Lifetime Achievement Award

The CEFPI Lifetime Achievement Award is the most distinguished professional award bestowed to an individual CEFPI member. This award is designed to honor an individual who has distinguished themselves by making significant lasting contributions to the educational facility planning industry throughout their career. Winners of this award will receive a special insignia lapel pin and extensive news media coverage to the educational facility planning and construction industry. Additionally, all CEFPI past Planner of the Year award winners will now be recognized as Lifetime Achievement Award winners.

Each region has the option to nominate one candidate per year for consideration for the CEFPI Lifetime Achievement Award. Nominations are due June 6, 2014 and the deadline for submittal is July 15, 2014. Each candidate must submit materials electronically, the entire package not to exceed 50 pages.

Jury

The jury will consist of the Immediate Past Chair as the jury chairperson, plus one member appointed by each region for the 2014 award cycle.

Criteria for Nomination

  • The candidate must be a CEFPI member in good standing.
  • The activities upon which the nomination is based shall have produced a body of work that consistently created a positive and significant regional, national or international impact on the learning environment.
  • The candidate must not have previously received the Lifetime Achievement Award or the former Planner of the Year Award.

Candidate's Portfolio

A portfolio of the candidate and the candidate’s contributions to the profession and the organization must be submitted electronically by July 15, 2014 and not to exceed 50 pages. The organizational structure and length/style of description of each topic is at the discretion of the candidate.

Please include the following information:

  1. The nominee's current resume or vita outlining their educational background and professional experience.
  2. An Executive Summary outlining the candidate's professional career.
  3. A detailed statement on how the candidate's body of work has advanced the development of effective learning environments.
  4. A detailed description of the candidate's most singular outstanding lifetime contribution to the industry.
  5. Letters of reference from supervisors or clients, attesting to the candidate's professional experience (minimum of three – maximum of five).
  6. Appendixes including documents pertinent to the nomination that further explain the candidate's contributions.

Presentation of Award

The presentation of the Lifetime Achievement Award will take place at the annual conference in Portland, OR, 4-7, 2014.

Download the Lifetime Achievement Award nomination form

Past Lifetime Achievement Award winners.