March 27, 2018
Terrence E. O'Neal, FAIA, Receives Kidney Gold MEdal Award For Years of AIA and Community Leadership
Terrence E. O’Neal FAIA, LEED AP, has received the highest award granted by the American Institute of Architects, New York State (AIANYS), the James William Kideney Gold Medal Award. The honor is granted in recognition of a lifetime of notable contributions by an architect to the profession, the professional society, and the community. O’Neal previously received the AIANYS Matthew W. Del Gaudio Service Award, giving him the rare distinction of having received two of AIANYS’s highest honors. He has served in numerous roles with AIA National and AIANYS including president of AIANYS.
September 26, 2017
JFK Airport Revamp
ACB Architects PLLC has been contracted to team with several firms for the master planning in the $13 billion overhaul and transformation of JFK International Airport which will improve operations and accessibility for New York’s busiest airport, serving nearly 58.8 million people each year. Mott MacDonald is leading the team along with Grimshaw for the revamp of the leading world-class airport.
September 20, 2016
Leadership, Mentoring, and Networking for A&D Professionals Panel Discussion
In a town hall-like setting, Terrence O’Neal, FAIA, joined a panel of distinguished architects and designers at an LMNOP (Leadership, Mentoring, Networking and Opportunity) discussion on setting professional service fees. Topics included project management, global impacts and business practices in building and design. LMNOP is an organization that represents the interests of A & D professionals.
O’Neal is widely recognized as an advocate and leader for the industry and the community (he is a former president of AIANYS and board member of AIA National, former chair and current member of the Land Use & Waterfront committee for Manhattan Community Board 6), and a mentor to both students and architects. He has participated in and moderated numerous forums and served as a judge for various design competitions.