Timothy C. Bicknell, AIA | Young Architects Award

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Timothy C. Bicknell, AIA | Notes of Interest

Tim Bicknell is an award winning architect whose incredible dedication to both community and craft has truly distinguished his career. This dedication is reflected by his work for both non-profit and for-profit clients, while maintaining a deep commitment to the AIA Minnesota chapter and other community organizations.

Tim’s work has always been filled with a deep sense of civic responsibility. He has brought his architectural knowledge to better the community organizations in which he has been involved by leading the design of the National Teachers College of Somalia in Garoowe. With County funding, Tim has also spearheaded design to renovate Youthlink’s existing structure, which originally began from a 2008 Search for Shelter Charette. He has been praised for his leadership, advocacy, and connection with clients, colleagues and community members.

Tim’s design work, civic responsibility, and advocacy roles show him to be an exemplary public servant and architect. He has recognized the importance to further nurture his own leadership skills and has become a strong advocate for the architectural profession.

Photo Credit

  • © AECOM
  • © Tim Bicknell
  • © Julie Snow Architects Inc.
  • © Justin Maconochie Photography
  • © Don F. Wong

Timothy C. Bicknell, AIA

  • Architect: AECOM
  • Location: Minneapolis

Jury Comments

Tim’s dedication and commitment to collaboration, whether selfishly giving time to non-profits in the community, serving the profession, or pursuing design excellence in his architectural work, endears him to all those he serves. His incredible devotion to both community and craft has truly distinguished his career.

2012 AIA Young Architects Award Jury

  • 2011 Chancellor:
  • Chester A. Widom, FAIA
  • Los Angeles
  • 2011 Vice Chancellor:
  • Norman L. Koonce, FAIA
  • McLean, VA
  • 2011 Bursar:
  • William J. Stanley, FAIA
  • Stanley Love-Stanley, PC
  • Atlanta
  • Secretary:
  • Ronald L. Skaggs, FAIA, FACHA
  • HKS, Inc.
  • Dallas
  • 2012 Incoming Bursar:
  • Albert W. Rubeling FAIA
  • Rubeling & Associates, Inc.
  • Towson, MD

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