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PCI Announces 2022 Design Award Winners

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The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute honored 29 winners and 13 honorable mentions for design excellence.

The highest total precast concrete building in the world, a single-family precast concrete home on a scenic lake, and a bridge at one of the nation’s busiest airports are some of the winning project highlights of the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute’s 2022 PCI Design Awards. Three panels of jurors honored 29 winners and 13 honorable mentions for design excellence in the buildings and transportation categories.

For the past 59 years, the PCI Design Awards have showcased and recognized the creative and innovative use of precast concrete. A panel of engineers, architects, and precast concrete producers judges all nominees. The buildings and transportation categories are judged on aesthetic, structural, and use versatility; site, energy and operational efficiency, and risk reduction; and resiliency, such as structure durability, multi-hazard protection, and life safety and health.

Several projects are also honored with special awards. These are judged on similar criteria to the building and transportation projects, as well as additional requirements, including industry advancement, sustainable design, technology, and designs using all-precast concrete solutions. These are the Harry H. Edwards Industry Advancement Award, the Building Information Modeling (BIM) Award, the Sustainable Design Award, and the All-Precast Concrete Solution Award.

“While many construction professionals already realize that precast concrete is durable, resilient, cost-effective, and functional, the PCI Design Awards reminds everyone that precast concrete also is aesthetically breathtaking in many ways and in a variety of applications,” said PCI President and CEO Bob Risser, P.E. “Each year, I continue to be amazed at the beauty and quality of the projects that are submitted and honored.”

Winning projects will be recognized on March 4 at the 2022 PCI Convention in Kansas City, Mo. They also will be highlighted in PCI publications, including PCI Journal, Ascent, and ASPIRE magazines.

View all of this year’s winners and honorable mentions here. View past winners here.
 

2022 PCI Design Awards Winning Projects – Specials
Harry H. Edwards Industry Advancement Award and Building Information Modeling (BIM) Award
MAA Robinson
Orlando, Fla.
FINFROCK

All-Precast Concrete Solution Award and Sustainable Design Award
Pikes Peak Summit Visitor Center
Cascade, Colo.
Stresscon Corp.

Building Information Modeling (BIM) Award and Mixed-Use Structure
Little Island at Pier 55
New York, N.Y.
The Fort Miller Company

All-Precast Concrete Solution Award
Circa 1877
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Stubbe’s Precast

Specials Awards Jury
Peter I. Finsen, FPCI, Assoc. AIA, retired executive director and CEO, Georgia Carolinas PCI
Justin Foote, director of estimating, ATMI Precast
Michael Zensen, AIA, CDT, LEED AP, associate vice president, CannonDesign

2022 PCI Design Awards Winning Projects – Buildings
Government and Public
Carroll A. Campbell Jr. United States Courthouse
Greenville, N.C.
GATE Precast Company

Healthcare/Medical
St. Joseph’s Hospital In-Patient Tower
Tampa, Fla.
GATE Precast Company

Higher Education/University
Moss Johns Residence Halls
Farmville, Va.
GATE Precast Company

Hotel and Motel
Residence Inn by Marriott Grand Rapids Downtown
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Kerkstra Precast

Multi-Family
11 Hoyt
Brooklyn, N.Y.
BPDL Béton Préfabriqué

Office Building
NFL Building at Hollywood Park
Los Angeles, Calif.
Willis Construction Company

All-Precast Concrete Parking Structure
Glen Ellyn Civic Center Parking Structure
Glen Ellyn, Ill.
Wells
International Concrete Products

Façade Only Parking Structure
The Stack Deep Ellum
Dallas, Texas
GATE Precast Company

Retail
Retail Store at Aventura
Aventura, Fla.
GATE Precast Company

School K-12
Ransom Everglades Stem Center
Miami, Fla.
GATE Precast Company

Single-Family Building
Precast Single-Family Lake Home on Spirit Lake
Aitkin County, Minn.
Molin Concrete Products

Stadium and Arena
Q2 Stadium
Austin, Texas
Heldenfels Enterprises Inc.
Redondo Manufacturing

Theater
Mead Witter School of Music – Hamel Music Center
Madison, Wis.
International Concrete Products

Custom Solution and All-Precast Concrete Solution Honorable Mention
Carapace Pavilion
Twentynine Palms, Calif.
Clark Pacific

Buildings Jury
Patrick Cusack, AIA, principal, Antunovich Architects
Van V. Diep, PE, associate engineer, The Consulting Engineers Group
Matt Graf, executive vice president, International Concrete Products

2022 PCI Design Awards Winning Projects – Transportation
Main Span up to 75 feet
Middlebury Bridge and Rail Project
Middlebury, Vt.
The Fort Miller Company

Main Span from 76-200 feet
Eisenhower Bridge of Valor
Red Wing, Minn.
County Materials Corporation

Main Span More than 201 feet
State Route 167/70th Avenue East Bridge Replacement
Fife, Wash.
Concrete Technology Corp.

Special Solution and Harry H. Edwards Industry Advancement Award Honorable Mention
Veterans Drive Precast Seawall
St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Isl.
Coastal Precast Systems

International Transportation Structure
Lambor Bridge Crossing the Perak River
Perak, Malaysia
Dura Technology

Rehabilitated Bridge
Arlington Memorial Bridge Rehabilitation
Washington, D.C.
Pennstress

Non-Highway Bridge (co-winners)
Phoenix Sky Train Stage 2
Phoenix, Ariz.
TPAC

University of California San Diego Mesa Housing Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge
San Diego, Calif.
Oldcastle Infrastructure

Transportation Jury
Jim Fabinski, vice president/general manager, EnCon United
ZhengZheng (Jenny) Fu, bridge design engineer administrator, Louisiana Department of Transportation
Derek Soden, structural engineer, FHWA Office of Bridges & Structures Team Leader, FHWA

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