WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--WoodWorks, an initiative of the Wood Products Council, has announced the winners of its 2016 Wood Design Awards.
“WoodWorks Wood Design Awards celebrate projects and design teams that showcase the innovative use of wood as both a structural and finish material,” said Jennifer Cover, PE, executive director of WoodWorks/Wood Products Council. “Ranging from mass timber to traditional wood-frame, this year’s winning projects exemplify wood’s many attributes, from structural performance and design versatility, to sustainability and cost effectiveness.”
National awards are being presented in nine categories including:
• Multi-Story Wood Design
• Beauty of Wood – Innovation
• Commercial Wood Design
• Beauty of Wood – Craft
• Wood in Government Buildings
• Green Building by Nature
• Institutional Wood Design
• Green Building by Design
• Wood in Educational Buildings
Seven Regional Excellence Awards will be presented at regional Wood Solutions Fairs beginning with the North Central Wood Solutions Fair in Minneapolis on March 23.
Multi-Story Wood Design: The Radiator • Portland, OR
Architect – PATH Architecture
Structural Engineer – Munzing Structural Engineering
General Contractor – Kaiser Group, Inc.
Commercial Wood Design: Framework • Portland, OR
Architect – Works Partnership Architecture
Engineer – TM Rippey Consulting Engineers
General Contractor – Yorke & Curtis, Inc.
Wood in Government Buildings: Chicago Horizon • Chicago, IL
Architect – Ultramoderne
Structural Engineer – Guy Nordenson & Associates
General Contractor – FH Paschen
Institutional Wood Design: Fire Station 76 • Gresham, OR
Architect – Hennebery Eddy Architects
Structural Engineer – Nishkian Dean Structural Engineers
General Contractor – Bremik Construction
Wood in Educational Buildings: Our Lady of Montserrat Chapel • Seattle, WA
Architect – Hennebery Eddy Architects, Inc.
Structural Engineer – Coughlin Porter Lundeen
General Contractor – Sellen Construction
Beauty of Wood – Innovation: China Pavillion Milan Expo 2015 • Milan, Italy
Architect – Studio Link-Arc, LLC
Architect – Tsinghua University
Structural Engineer –Simpson Gumpertz & Heger
General Contractor – Bodino Engineering
Beauty of Wood – Craft: Whitetail Woods Regional Park Camper Cabins • Empire Township, MN
Architect – HGA Architects and Engineers
Structural Engineer – HGA Architects and Engineers
General Contractor – Dakota County School District
Green Building by Nature: Nest We Grow • Taiki-cho, Hiro-gun, Hokkaido, Japan
Designer – University of California, Berkeley, College of Environmental Design
Architect of Record – Kengo Kuma Architects & Associates
General Contractor – Takahashi Construction Company
Green Building by Design: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon • Bend, OR
Architect – Hacker
Structural Engineer – Walker Structural Engineering
General Contractor – Kirby Nagelhout Construction Co.
Regional Excellence Winners
The Brooklyn Riverside • Jacksonville, FL
Architect – Dwell Design Studio
Structural Engineer – M2 Structural Engineering
General Contractor – Cambridge Swinerton Builders
Cottonwood Valley Charter School E-Pod • Socorro, NM
Architect – Environmental Dynamics, Inc.
Structural Engineer – Walla Engineering, Ltd.
General Contractor – Janstar Builders, Inc.
Olney Branch, Montgomery County Public Libraries • Olney, MD
Architect – The Lukmire Partnership, Inc.
Structural Engineer – Columbia Engineering, Inc.
Office > Entropy • New York, NY
Architect – Taylor and Miller Architecture and Design
General Contractor – Taylor and Miller Architecture and Design
Aspen Art Museum • Aspen, CO
Architect – Shigeru Ban Architects
Structural Engineer – KL&A, Inc.
General Contractor – Turner Construction
Scott Family Amazeum • Bentonville, AR
Architect – Haizlip Studio, PLLC
Structural Engineer – Crafton Tull
General Contractor – Nabholz Construction
Terry Trueblood Boathouse • Iowa City, IA
Architect – ASK Studio
Structural Engineer – Shuck-Britson Inc.
General Contractor – Tricon Construction
Photos of the winning projects are available on the WoodWorks website, http://www.woodworks.org/project-gallery/, along with a wide range of technical and educational resources for design and building professionals.
WoodWorks – Wood Products Council (www.woodworks.org) provides free one-on-one project assistance as well as education and resources related to the code-compliant design of non-residential and multi-family wood buildings. WoodWorks technical experts offer support from design through construction on a wide range of building types, including mid-rise/multi-residential, educational, commercial, corporate, institutional and public.