The Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute announces the results of their biennial CRSI HONORS Design and Construction Awards program. Of the entries received, 19 projects were selected to receive recognition.
Project entries were evaluated on the basis of: (1) Satisfaction of Owners Objectives, (2) Development of Innovative Solutions, (3) Maximizing Project Value, (4) Effective Use of Reinforced Concrete and (5) Overall Aesthetics. Twelve submittals received an HONORS Award while seven received 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. The design and construction teams have proven their innovative spirit through these projects and for that we applaud them,” stated Danielle Kleinhans, President and CEO of CRSI.
For nearly 40 years, CRSI has recognized design and construction achievement by owners, architects, engineers, and construction managers across North America. This year’s entries represented a wide range of project types from all regions of the United States as well as Eastern Canada. Each of the selected projects demonstrates excellence and highlights thoughtfully considered solutions brought to fruition through the efficient use and leveraging of steel reinforced concrete’s inherencies.
The following projects were selected for recognition. Submitting organization is in parenthesis:
One Thousand Museum Towers, Miami, FL (DeSimone Consulting Engineers) – HONORS Award
Panorama Tower, Miami, FL (DeSimone Consulting Engineers) – HONORS Award
Tower 12, Seattle, WA (Cary Kopczynski & Company) – HONORS Award
Halcyon Hotel, Denver, CO (Cary Kopczynski & Company) – Merit Certificate
Mr. Robinson, San Diego, CA (DCI Engineers) – Merit Certificate
55 Hudson Yards, New York, NY (WSP) – HONORS Award
350 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA (Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP) – HONORS Award
512 West 22nd Street, New York, NY (DeSimone Consulting Engineers) – Merit Certificate
McDonald’s Headquarters, Chicago, IL (James McHugh Construction Co.) – Merit Certificate
McKinney & Olive, Dallas, TX (Brockette/Davis/Drake, Inc.) – HONORS Award
Park District, Dallas, TX (Brockette/Davis/Drake, Inc.) – Merit Certificate
John F. Kennedy Center Reach Expansion, Washington, DC (R&R Reinforcing, Inc.) – Merit Certificate
University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital/Hospital Parking Ramp #2, Iowa City, IA (CBRE | Heery) – HONORS Award
National Veterans Memorial and Museum, Columbus, OH (Gerdau) – HONORS Award
Austin Central Library, Austin, TX (Datum Engineers) – HONORS Award
Waterline Square, New York, NY (WSP) – HONORS Award
I-90 Dresbach Bridge, LaCrosse, WI (Figg Bridge Engineers, Inc.) – HONORS Award
I-91 Brattleboro Bridge Improvements, Brattleboro, VT (Figg Bridge Engineers, Inc.) – HONORS Award
Capital Cascades Crossing Pedestrian Bridge, Tallahassee, FL (Figg Bridge Engineers, Inc.) – Merit Certificate
For more information on this year’s CRSI HONORS Design and Construction Awards winning projects, please contact Dave Mounce, Director of Communications, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 630-380-5820.
About the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute
Founded in 1924, the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute (CRSI) is a technical institute and Standards Developing Organization (SDO) that stands as the authoritative resource for information related to steel reinforced concrete construction. CRSI offers many industry-trusted technical publications, standards documents, design aids, reference materials and educational opportunities.
Approximately 8 million ton of reinforcing steel is manufactured per year using scrap steel in efficient manufacturing operations. It is estimated that the industry impacts over 75,000 people in steel transportation and placement.
CRSI Members include manufacturers, fabricators, material suppliers and placers of steel reinforcing bars and related products as well as professionals who are involved in the research, design, and construction of steel reinforced concrete. CRSI members employ approximately 15,000 people in steel production and reinforcing bar fabrication at over 450 locations throughout North America in over different 45 states.