Blurock, a 1947 graduate of the USC School of Architecture as well as a University of Florence School of Architecture student, and tDP/architecture are also credited for corporate campuses for Allergan, Home Savings and Hunt Wesson Foods, as well as Far West Services restaurants like Coco's, Reuben's and the Reuben E. Lee.
Blurock was elected a fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 1968 for outstanding contributions to the design and science of construction. He was also appointed to the California State Board of Architectural Examiners by Gov. Ronald Reagan. He served there for 13 years.
After Blurock served as a national director for the institute of architects, the Blurock Partnership received the institute's Honor Award for "historically significant design and achievement during the past 30 years." Blurock also received a lifetime achievement award from the AIA in 2009.