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Business awards: Week of Nov. 16

Andrew H. Owens of Sherman Carter Barnhart Architects in Lexington has received a Special Award of Recognition for outstanding service to AIA Kentucky and the profession of architecture in Kentucky from the Kentucky Society of the American Institute of Architects.

William Haugh, chief executive officer, and Donna Davis, chief nursing officer, of Georgetown Community Hospital, a part of LifePoint Health, have earned the Certified Professional in Patient Safety designation. Given by the Certification Board for Professionals in Patient Safety, the three-year certification recognizes health care professionals who have demonstrated competency in patient safety science and have planned and implemented patient safety initiatives effectively.

■ Omni Architects of Lexington received an Honor Award for Excellence in Architectural Design from the Kentucky Society of Architects, a chapter of the American Institute of Architects in the category of additions/ renovations/restoration, greater than $5 million, for its work on the University of Kentucky School of Art and Visual Studies.

The Michelin North America Red Oak manufacturing facility in Anderson, S.C., has been awarded a 2015 National Award of Merit in the industrial, process and/or research facilities category from the Design-Build Institute of America. The facility manufactures tires for earth movers and was completed in 15 months, more than 50 days ahead of schedule. Gray Construction of Lexington provided design-build services for the facility.

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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