Iowa architect receives national recognition
Tim Schroeder, president of Neumann Monson Architects, has been selected to be part of the national College of Fellows by the American Institute of Architects.
The fellowship program was developed to elevate architects who have made a significant contribution to architecture and society and who have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession, according to a news release.
Fellows are selected by a seven-member jury. Only 3% of the AIA members achieve the distinction. Since 1889, just 47 Iowa architects have been elevated to this national recognition.
Under Schroeder’s leadership, the firm has received two consecutive AIA Committee on the Environment awards, and is positioned to achieve a Full Living Certified building for the Stanley Center for Peace and Security in Muscatine.
Schroeder, a Muscatine native and Iowa State University graduate, will be formally recognized in June 2023 at the AIA National Convention in San Francisco.