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CRSI Announces 2018 Honors

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

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The Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute recently announced the winners of its biennial CRSI HONORS Design and Construction Awards program, with 19 projects being selected for recognition.

CRSI has spent nearly 40 years recognizing achievements in design and construction by owners, engineers, architects and other qualified parties in North America. This year’s entries came from all across the U.S., as well as parts of Eastern Canada.

CRSI Awards

Project entries were evaluated on several criteria: satisfaction of owner objectives, development of innovative solutions, maximizing project value, effective use of reinforced concrete and overall aesthetics. Twelve projects earned an award while seven received a merit certificate.

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The Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute recently announced the winners of its biennial CRSI HONORS Design and Construction Awards program, with 19 projects being selected for recognition. (Pictured: Hudson Yards complex in NYC.)

Awards were issued into the multi-family/residential segment to:

  • One Thousand Museum Towers, Miami, submitted by DeSimone Consulting Engineers;
  • Panorama Tower, Miami, also submitted by DeSimone Consulting Engineers;
  • Tower 12, Seattle, submitted by Cary Kopczynski & Company;
  • Halcyon Hotel, Denver, Colorado, also submitted by Cary Kopczynski & Company (merit certificate); and
  • Mr. Robinson, San Diego, California, submitted by DCI Engineers (merit certificate).

For offices:

  • 55 Hudson Yards, New York City, submitted by WSP;
  • 350 Mission Street, San Francisco, submitted by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP;
  • 512 West 22nd Street, New York City, submitted by DeSimone Consulting Engineers (merit certificate);
  • McDonald’s Headquarters, Chicago, submitted by James McHugh Construction Co. (merit certificate);
  • McKinney & Olive, Dallas, submitted by Brockette/Davis/Drake Inc.; and
  • Park District, Dallas, also submitted by Brockette/Davis/Drake Inc. (merit certificate).

The John F. Kennedy Center Reach Expansion, located in Washington, D.C., took home a merit certificate in the Entertainment segment, and the University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital/Hospital Parking Ramp No. 2, located Iowa City, Iowa, took home an HONORS award in Healthcare.

The Cultural segment included HONORS Awards being granted to the National Veterans Memorial and Museum, in Columbus, Ohio, and the Austin Central Library in Austin, Texas. Waterline Square, in New York City, won an HONORS award for Mixed-Use.

Finally, the Bridge segment includes an HONORS award given to I-90 Dresbach Bridge, in LaCrosse, Wisconsin, as well as to I-91 Brattleboro Bridge Improvements, Brattleboro, Vermont. Capital Cascades Crossing Pedestrian Bridge, in Tallahassee, Florida, won a merit certificate.

“We are excited to recognize these buildings and bridges as shining examples of the versatility, aesthetics and cost effectiveness of steel-reinforced concrete," said Danielle Kleinhans, President and CEO of CRSI.

"The design and construction teams have proven their innovative spirit through these projects and for that we applaud them."


Tagged categories: Architecture; Awards and honors; Color + Design; concrete

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