Awards

Stroh, among honorees for 2018 restoration work on a historic Navajo Nation building in Window Rock.

The firm has significant Historic preservation adaptive reuse experience.

  • 2019 Metal Architecture Design Award - Colorado River Indian Tribes Fire Safety Substation
  • 2018 Governor’s Heritage Preservation Award for the renovation of Navajo Council Chambers, located in Winslow, Arizona
  • 2015 Master Builder Award from Star Building Systems for Little Dealer Little Prices in Prescott Valley, AZ. Selected Best of the Auto Dealership Category. 
  • 2014 Governor’s Heritage Preservation Award for the renovation and adaptive reuse of the McHat Inn, now known as the Wagon Wheel Winery, located in Pittman Valley, Arizona.
  • 2009 Governor’s Heritage Preservation Award for the renovation and adaptive reuse of the Lorenzo Hubbell Trading Post, located in Winslow, Arizona.
  • 2007 Governor’s Housing Hero Award for the Ak-Chin Homes II (Tax Credit Housing)
  • 2006 Governor’s Heritage Preservation Award for the adaptive reuse of the Clemenceau Smelter Building, now known as the Verde Valley Senior Center, located in Cottonwood, Arizona.
  • The City of Prescott’s 2006 Preservation Award for the adaptive reuse of the Yavapai College Rock House.
  • The Prescott Valley Economic Development Foundation’s 1998 Beautification Award for Outstanding Architectural Design for the National Bank.
  • The prestigious 1994 Arizona Masonry Guild Merit Award for design of the Arizona Institute of Medicine and Surgery, located in Kingman, Arizona.
  • 1991 Silver Award for the best new office building in Las Vegas, Nevada, for the 50,000 square foot Flamingo Place.
  • Southwest Contractor, “Native American Construction on the Rise”, April/May, 2010.
  • Engineering News-Record, “Indian Tribes Put $3 Billion in Stimulus Funds to Work”, June 7, 2010.