November 5, 2014
ASIAN AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HONORED COMMUNITY AND BUSINESS LEADER C.T. HSU WITH LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
ORLANDO, Fla. (November 5, 2014) – C.T. Hsu + Associates (CTH+A) announced today that The Asian American Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida honored C.T. Hsu, FAIA as the recipient of the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award at the Golden Dragon Awards event held on October 18, 2014. C.T. Hsu, FAIA is a past president of the Asian American Chamber and the founder of C.T. Hsu + Associates, architectural firm that has made its mark on projects across the region and internationally.
“C.T. is a role model for rising entrepreneurs, especially young Asian professionals who, like him, approach their work and service to community with passion,” said Coco Johnston, 2014 Asian American Chamber of Commerce President. “In our fifth anniversary year for the Golden Dragon Awards, his enduring contributions to the Greater Orlando area embody our celebration of Commerce, Community and Culture.”
C.T.’s legacy in architectural and design excellence includes municipal government buildings, entertainment complexes, transportation projects, educational facilities, community centers and recreational facilities locally and internationally. He is probably best known for his contributions to two three Central Florida icons – the Amway Center, the Universal Transportation Center, and the Orange County Convention Center. His projects span the globe including China, Singapore, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, and South Korea. Over the years, C.T. has been honored many times over as a leader in business, service, and philanthropy in Central Florida.
C.T. Hsu + Associates (www.cthsu.com) is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. The firm is an award-winning architectural planning and design firm recognized as a past “Firm of the Year” winner by the American Institute of Architects - Florida Association. The Orlando, FL-based firm focuses on a mix of projects in the education, government, transportation and mixed-use development sectors. Its multidisciplinary approach ranges from urban planning and design to architecture and interiors.
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