MICHAEL F. MALINOWSKI, AIA, ARCHITECT
< Licensed Principal Architect and President of Applied Architecture Inc. since firm founding in 1980
< Elected 1st VP/President Elect of the 11,000 member AIA California Council for 2015-2016
< 2012/2013/2014 AIA National Director Practice and Prosperity Committee 2014-2015 Communications Committee 2012-2013
< Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs, American Institute of Architects, California Council, 2009-2010.
< President 2008, American Institute of Architects, Central Valley Chapter. Member since 1977. Board Member since 2003. Founder and Program Director,
AIACVC Code Seminar Series, 2005-continuing Service on various professional committees, such as the Scholarship, Housing, Urban Design. Honor Awards
Program, Speakers Bureau, Award of Recognition for Community Service, 2002.
< Commissioner and 2007 Chairperson, City of Sacramento Development Oversight Commission. Continuous service since 1997.
< Sponsor of the 2007 “Building Sustainable Communities” Conference.
< Licensed Contractor. Residential and Commercial Construction Management.
< Governor’s Office of Emergency Services. Safety Assessment Program, Disaster Service Expert. SAPV 10357.
< Commissioner, State of California Board of Architectural Examiners. Service since 1987.
< College Teaching Credential No. 218228. Various courses at Cosumnes River Community including: Construction Specifications Writing, Architectural
Detailing, Construction Documents, Residential Design, Drawing and Perspective.
< Court admitted expert witness for construction quality.
< NCARB certified – National Council of Architectural Registration Boards..
< Member for twelve years of City of Sacramento Design Review and Preservation Board. Chairperson for two years. Committees included: Downtown Plaza
Special Review Committee; Commercial Building Survey Committee; Publication Committee; Design Guidelines Committee (Chair); Residential Building
Preservation Area Plan Committee; and the Light Rail Project Review Subcommittee. Principal author of the first City of Sacramento Design Review
< Instructor since 1991 for City of Sacramento Continuing Education Programs in Landscape Design and Residential Design. Instructor for The Learning
Exchange since 1995 with classes on Healthy Homes and Home Design. Instructor, City of Elk Grove, Adult Education Program.
< Professional Presentations and Public Speaking: AIA Events, California State University Classes and Seminars; Cal Expo Home Shows; UCD classes as guest
lecturer, The City Club; and numerous meetings and events over the last 30 years.
< Consulting Architect to the City and County of Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency since 1990 including façade program.
< Co-founder and Board Member, Sacramento Aquarium Committee 1991 – ’93 and The Affordable Housing Alliance, 1993-‘96.
< Sponsor: Sacramento Old City Association Awards, 2003-continuing; Sponsor/Participant: Land Park Home Tour, 2000-2005; Delta Home Tour, 2004 –
continuing; Sponsor: Sacramento Youth Symphony, Sacramento Crisis Nursery, Sutterville Preschool, Land Park Pacific Little League, and Christian Brothers
< Contributor: University of Michigan Enrichment Fund, 2003-continuing.
< California Academy of Arts, Advisory Board Member.
< Member: Chamber of Commerce Historic Resources Task Force; and Center For Contemporary Art, Sacramento; Founding Donor: Sacramento Cammy
Awards; Fainted Ladies Task Force, 1995; ASID Honor Awards Jurist, 1996 and 1998.
< Recognized as one of Sacramento’s Pioneers in Preservation by the City of Sacramento and the Preservation Board
< Editor's Panel, contributor and reviewer; "Your New House" Book by Alan and Denise Fields, Windsor Peak Press(1993); “Not So Big House” Architect
List, 1999 to Present; and contributor to other local and national publications.
< Design Review Consultant for Los Lagos in Granite Bay and The Summit in El Dorado Hills since 1995.
< Real Estate Development. (Examples: 12th and F Streets mixed use, 27th and J Streets mixed use, 2420 K Street; 2400 26th Street)
< Member, The California Preservation Foundation, Sacramento Tree Foundation, Sierra Club, California Preservation Foundation; California Architectural
< Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs, American Institute of Architects, California Council (11,000 members) 2009-2010 - elected position
< President, Vice President and Elected Board Member, American Institute Architects, Central Valley Chapter (850 members) 2003-continuing
< Appointed Member, City of Sacramento, Development Oversight Commission, 2001-2005; Vice Chair 2006; Chair, 2007.
< American Institute of Architects Excellence Award, presented February 2009 in Washington DC for implementation of Virtual meetings and electronic voting.
< Certificate of Appreciation, American Institute of Architects, Central Valley Chapter, 2009 for service to the profession.
< Community Service Award, Building of America Network, for a decade of service, 2000-2009.
< Award for Redevelopment Excellence, National Association of Local Housing Finance Agency, 2008 for the Globe Mills project.
< Presidential Citation, American Institute of Architects, California Council, 2008 for service to the Profession.
< Outstanding Service Award, City of Sacramento, 2008 for volunteer action.
< Award for Outstanding Leadership, City of Sacramento, 2008, Development Oversight Commission.
< Listed as one of the 100 most influential people in Sacramento region, Sacramento Magazine, 2008.
< SMUD Going Green Design Exhibition, 2008-2009 invited exhibitor.
< Invited guest speaker for Huell Houser’s California Communities, at the Globe Mill Project, 2009; NPR Capital Public Radio, Historic Sacramento Mill
Renovation, featured guest speaker 2008
< Preservation Design Award presented by the California Preservation Foundation for Adaptive Reuse of the National Register listed Hotel Stockton, 2007.
< Awarded California State Assembly Certificate of Recognition for Hotel Stockton Adaptive Reuse, 2005.
< Awarded Building Project of the Year, American Society of Civil Engineers, Sacramento Section, 2005.
< Awarded City of Stockton Planning Commission Award of Excellence for the Hotel Stockton, 2005.
< Awarded Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition Honorable Mention Award for “The Stockton,” 2005.
< Appointed Member, City of Sacramento, Mayor’s Commission on Development, 1998-2001 and Development Oversight Commission 2002-2008.
< Invited Speaker 2005 California Preservation Foundation & State Office of Historic Preservation: “Case Study - The Hotel Stockton Historic Adaptive
< Awarded American Planning Association “Outstanding Planning/Planning Implementation/Large Jurisdiction for authorship of the City of Sacramento
“Commercial Corridor Revitalization Strategy,” published 2004.
< National Achievement Award from the National Association of Local Housing Finance Agency (NALHFA) for Independence for Ladi Senior Apartments;
< Sacramento City Council Award of Recognition for service on the Mayor’s Commission on Development 2001.
< Appointed Member, City of Sacramento Building Department Customer Advisory Board, 1998-1999.
< National Grand Winner, Whole House Renovation, Professional Builder and Remodeler, 1990.
< Sacramento Old City Association's Architectural Award, Mixed Use/Adaptive Re-use, 1996 and 1998-1999.
< Chairperson for the creation and formal adoption of the first formal City of Sacramento Design Review Guidelines (1991), and the North Sacramento Design
Review Guidelines (1993, Single Family).
< Certificates of Appreciation, City of Sacramento, for contributions to the Design Review Board and North Sacramento Design Review Guidelines.
< Judge, National Association of the Remodeling Industry, Contractor of the Year Awards, 1993-1994.
< Certificates of Appreciation, Central Valley Chapter, American Institute of Architects, Various Years.
< Published projects in various sources including: The Sacramento Bee, Sunset Magazine, Sacramento Magazine, Comstock’s Magazine, Builder/Architect
Magazine, Sierra Style Luxury Living Magazine, California Life, Women's Day, Today's Homeowners, Inside the City, Inside East Sacramento, Land
Park News, East Sacramento News, Parents Magazine, Home Improvement Magazine, Professional Builder and Remodeler Magazine, Home
Mechanix Magazine, Midtown News and The Sacramento Business Journal; National T.V. shows: "Dream Builders" and “Restore America.”
< Recognized by The Sacramento Bee for "Outstanding Service," 1988.
< Judge, Architecture Design Competition, California VICA; Listed in Who's Who in California and Who's Who in U.S. Executives.
< American Institute of Architects Medal Recipient.
< American Institute of Architects Fellowship in Urban Design.
< Master of Architecture with Highest Distinction
< University of Michigan James B. Angell Scholar and University of Michigan Regents Alumni Scholar
< Dean's Lists and Architecture Class Honors (4.0 two consecutive terms) Professional Examinations 99% 99% 99% 90% 96% 95% 96% 99%
< Honors Convocations; Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society and Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society
< Paul T. Rankin Scholarship; State of Michigan Competitive Scholarship Award
< Sacramento Old City Association Architectural Awards 1996, 1998, 1999.
< Continuing Education Programs; American Institute of Architects and other organizations.
< Masters of Architecture, University of Michigan, and College of Architecture and Urban Planning.
< Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Michigan, College of Architecture and Design.