2016

  •  William T. Frazier inducted into the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) College of Fellows
  • Commercial Rehabilitation Award, Historic Staunton Foundation Preservation Awards: Augusta Health Thrift Shop, 16-18 S. New Street, Staunton, VA
  • Virginia Living- Best of Virginia, Best Local Architect, Shenandoah Valley: Frazier Associates

2015

  • Residential Rehabilitation Award, Historic Staunton Foundation Preservation Awards:Blanton Residence, 117 N. Madison Street, Staunton, VA
  • North Carolina Main Street Program, Best Downtown Branding and Image-Building Campaign: Frazier Associates and the City of Morganton: Morganton Wayfinding System
  • Virginia Living- Best of Virginia, Best Local Architect, Shenandoah Valley: Frazier Associates

2014

  • Commercial/Mixed Use Rehabilitation Award, Historic Staunton Foundation Preservation Awards: 119 S. Augusta Street, Staunton, VA- Commercial/Mixed Use Rehabilitation Award, first floor commercial and second floor residential loft
  • Virginia Living Magazine- Best of Virginia, Best Local Architect, Shenandoah Valley: Frazier Associates

2013

  • Commercial Rehabilitation Award, Historic Staunton Foundation Preservation Awards: 1 E. Beverley Street, Staunton, VA
  • Virginia Downtown Development Association: Fredericksburg Downtown Commercial Facade Improvement Matching 
Grants Program
  • Better Models for Development Awards – Valley Conservation Council: McElroy Residence, Staunton, VA- Most Creative Adaptive Reuse Project
  • Better Models for Development Awards – Valley Conservation Council: 1027 Richmond Road, Staunton, VA- Best Corridor Site Redesign

2012

  • Outstanding Career Achievement Award, Historic Staunton Foundation: William T. Frazier, AICP and Kathleen O. Frazier, AIA
  • Virginia Living Magazine- Best of Virginia, Best Local Architect, Shenandoah Valley: Frazier Associates
  • Virginia Society of American Institute of Architects, Historic Preservation Award of Merit: Garrett Hall, University of Virginia
  • Preservation Virginia, Outstanding Preservation Project: Garrett Hall, University of Virginia
  • Residential Special Project Award, Historic Staunton Foundation Preservation Awards: McElroy Residence, Staunton, VA
  • Residential Rehabilitation Award, Historic Staunton Foundation Preservation Awards: Rau Residence, Staunton, VA

2011

  • National Association of County Planners, Award of Merit, Grass Roots Initiative: Henrico Homeowner’s Enhancement Guide, Henrico Co., VA
  • Better Models for Development Awards – Valley Conservation Council, Outstanding Rehabilitation Project: Community Bank, Buena Vista, VA
  • Better Models for Development Awards – Valley Conservation Council, Excellence in Street Design: Churchville Avenue Rehabilitation Project, Staunton, VA
  • Lexington, VA – Renaissance Award: Sheridan Row Adaptive Reuse, Lexington, VA
  • Awards of Merit, Building Development & Improvements, Virginia Downtown Development Association:
    519 Broad Street, Altavista, VA
    Community Bank, Buena Vista, VA
    Drug Store Grill, Brookneal, VA

2010

  • Restoration and Adaptive Reuse Award, APVA Preservation Virginia, Ruth Anderson McCulloch Branch: Community Bank, Buena Vista, VA
  • Historic Lexington Foundation Restoration and Adaptive Re-Use Award: Community Bank, Buena Vista, VA
  • Vision Award for Leadership in Public Policy, Urban Land Institute Richmond: Henrico County Homeowner’s Enhancement Guide, Henrico Co., VA
  • Historic Staunton Foundation Commercial Rehabilitation Awards:
    10 South New, Staunton, VA
    R.R. Smith Center for History and Art, Staunton, VA
    Zynodoa Restaurant, Staunton, VA

2009

  • Palladio Award for Excellence in Adaptive Reuse: Homestead Preserve Dairy Barn Complex, Warm Springs, VA (in association with Urban Design Associates)
  • Better Models for Development Award – Excellence in Historic Preservation, Valley Conservation Council: Homestead Preserve Dairy Barn Complex, Warm Springs, VA
    (in association with Urban Design Associates)

2008

  • Restoration and Adaptive Reuse Award, APVA Preservation Virginia, Ruth Anderson McCulloch Branch: Sunnyside House, Lexington, VA
  • Historic Lexington Foundation, Restoration and Adaptive Re-Use Award: Sunnyside House, Lexington, VA
  • Adaptive Use Award, APVA Preservation Virginia: Homestead Preserve Dairy Barn Complex, Warm Springs, VA
  • Better Models for Development Awards, Valley Conservation Council:
    Mimslyn Inn, Luray, VA
    Lewis Jones Knitting Mill, Winchester, VA
    Virginia Department of Transportation Residency Building, Rockbridge County, VA
    Shenandoah Valley Art Center, Waynesboro, VA
    Taliaferro-Eshman Building, Harrisonburg, VA
  • Awards of Excellence, Virginia Downtown Development Association
    Mimslyn Inn, Luray, VA
    Lewis Jones Knitting Mill, Winchester, VA

2007

  • Mary Mason Anderson Williams Award, APVA Preservation Virginia: Frazier Associates, Staunton, VA
  • Lucille Lozier Award, Preservation of Historic Winchester: Lewis Jones Knitting Mill Rehabilitation, Winchester, VA
  • Excellence in Economic Redevelopment Award, Winchester Economic 
Development Authority: Lewis Jones Knitting Mill Rehabilitation, Winchester, VA
  • Commercial Rehabilitation Award, Historic Staunton Foundation: Hoy Brothers Warehouse, Staunton, VA
  • Residential Special Project Award, Historic Staunton Foundation: Bendfeldt House Addition and Kitchen Remodeling, Fayette Street, Staunton, VA
  • Residential Special Project Award, Historic Staunton Foundation: Barron/Donovan Carriage House Rehabilitation, Staunton, VA
  • Merit Award, Central Virginia Chapter AIA: G & W Motorwerkes, Staunton, VA
  • Best Downtown Redevelopment Project, Valley Conservation Council: City Exchange Building, Harrisonburg, VA
  • Excellence in Adaptive Reuse, Valley Conservation Council: Waynesboro Heritage Museum, Waynesboro, VA
  • Award of Excellence- Best in Print, Printing Industries of Virginia: Frazier Associates Fall 2007 Newsletter

2006

  • Distinguished Service Award, The Virginia Main Street Program: Kathleen O. Frazier, AIA of Frazier Associates, Staunton, VA
  • Business Excellence Award, Greater Augusta Chamber of Commerce: Frazier Associates, Staunton, VA
  • Best Commercial Rehabilitation, Historic Staunton Foundation
    The American Hotel, Staunton, VA
    G & W Motorwerkes, Staunton, VA
  • Outstanding Urban Residential Design Award, Valley Conservation Council: Old Y Lofts, Staunton, VA
  • All Star Public Improvement Award, Staunton Downtown Development Association: New Street Parking Garage, Staunton, VA
  • All Star Business Award, Staunton Downtown Development Association & Virginia Main Street Program: Frazier Associates, Staunton, VA

2005

  • Society Honors, Virginia Society AIA: William T. Frazier, AICP of Frazier Associates, Staunton, VA
  • Restoration Craftsmanship Award, Historic Staunton Foundation: Frazier Associates, Staunton, VA
  • Residential Special Project Award, Historic Staunton Foundation: Stuart House, Staunton, VA
  • Total Residential Restoration Award, Historic Staunton Foundation: 118 Prospect Street, Staunton, VA
  • Best Historical Preservation Program, Valley Conservation Council: Cobble Hill Farm, Staunton, VA
  • Award of Excellence: Commercial Revitalization Plans and Streetscapes, Virginia Downtown Development Association: Statler Brothers Tribute, Staunton, VA
  • Award of Merit: Building Developments and Improvements, Virginia Downtown Development Association: American Hotel, Staunton, VA

2004

  • Infill Development Award, Historic Staunton Foundation: Frazier Associates Office New Addition, Staunton, VA

2003

  • Preservation/Restoration Award, Southern Home Awards, Southern Living Magazine: Mount Ida, Albemarle County, VA
  • James E. Buchanan Award, Vernacular Architecture Forum: James Madison’s Montpelier, Montpelier Station, VA
  • Award of Merit for Architectural Achievement, International Parking Institute: New Street Parking Garage, Staunton, VA
  • Best New Public Construction Award, Valley Conservation Council: Lexington Firehouse, Lexington, VA
  • Award of Excellence, Virginia Downtown Development Association: Richmond Highway Facade Improvement Program, Fairfax County, VA
  • Preservation Award for Commercial Rehabilitation, Historic Staunton Foundation: Union Bus Terminal Building, Staunton, VA
  • Award of Appreciation for Dedicated Service, Virginia Downtown Development Association

2002

  • Palladio Award for Excellence in Traditional Design, Restore Media: New Street Parking Garage, Staunton, VA
  • Merit Award, Virginia Chapter ASLA: Lexington Corridor Renewal, Lexington, VA
  • Presidential Citation, Preservation Alliance of Virginia: Downtown Staunton, VA
  • Preservation Award, Preservation Alliance of Virginia: Fairfax Hall, Waynesboro, VA
  • Best Downtown Infill Building, Valley Conservation Council: New Street Parking Garage, Staunton, VA

2001

  • Historic Preservation Award, Central Virginia Chapter AIA: Fairfax Hall, Waynesboro, VA
  • Best Downtown Initiative, Valley Conservation Council: Clifton Forge Streetscape Plan, Clifton Forge, VA
  • Best Downtown Building Initiative, Valley Conservation Council: Time Building Rehabilitation, Waynesboro, VA
  • Infill Development Award, Historic Staunton Foundation: New Street Parking Garage, Staunton, VA
  • Best Adaptive Reuse, Valley Conservation Council: Fairfax Hall, Waynesboro, VA
  • Best Facade Rehabilitation Over $200,000, Virginia Main Street Program: Alleghany Building, Clifton Forge, VA
  • Best Facade Rehabilitation Under $10,000, Virginia Main Street Program: Morris Furniture Building, Rocky Mount, VA
  • Honorable Mention: Best Signage, Virginia Main Street Program: Wayfinding Sign System, Culpeper, VA

2000

  • First Place Award, Virginia Chapter American Planning Association: Better Models for Development in the Shenandoah Valley
  • Best Corridor Design Award, Valley Conservation Council: East Nelson Street, Lexington, VA
  • Preservation Award, Preservation Alliance of Virginia: Alleghany Building, Clifton Forge, VA

1999

  • Preservation Award, APVA Ruth Anderson McCulloch Branch: Col Alto Historic Rehabilitation, Lexington, VA
  • Residential Preservation Award, APVA Thomas Jefferson Branch: Mount Ida, Albemarle County, VA
  • Award of Excellence, Virginia Downtown Development Association: Staunton Streetscape, Staunton, VA
  • Staunton Heritage Award, Historic Staunton Foundation: Staunton Streetscape, Staunton, VA

1991

  • Award of Excellence for Outstanding Facade Improvement, Virginia Downtown Development Association: Suffolk Main Street Building, Suffolk, VA

1990

  • Outstanding Building Improvement Award, Virginia Downtown Development Association: Leggett’s Building, Franklin, VA

1989

  • Best Design, Virginia Downtown Development Association: Pythian Building, Franklin, VA

1988

  • Best of Planning in Virginia Award, Virginia Chapter American Planning Association: Lynchburg Design Guidelines, Lynchburg, VA
  • Preservation Award, Historic Staunton Foundation: Trotter Tavern, Staunton, VA

1987

  • Award of Excellence, Virginia Downtown Development Association: China Express Restaurant, Franklin, VA