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Chapel Hill architect Ellen Weinstein received the 1999 Kamphoefner Prize. The award honors architects for contributions to the modern movement of architecture. Carole Hoefener, who died in March, 1999, posthumously received the William H. Deitrick Service Medal. The award is given yearly to the architect making significant contributions to his or her community and profession.
Dixon Weinstein Architects PA, of Chapel Hill, received the 2003 AIA North Carolina Chapter Firm Award. The award is given to the firm producing quality architecture and having a high level of customer satisfaction for a ten-year period. The firm was founded in 1982 and has completed homes, schools, churches, dormitories, and other structures from Harkers Island to Waynesville.
James W. Mason, a Chapel Hill architect, posthumously received the 2003 William Henly Deitrick AIA North Carolina Medal Award for Service. The annual award is given for community and professional leadership and is the highest honor presented by AIA North Carolina.