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A Special Feature of DJC.COM
September 28, 2018
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Photo provided by WACA
The Science and Math Institute at the Environmental Learning Center in Tacoma won the grand award at the Washington Aggregates and Concrete Associationís annual Excellence in Concrete Awards, held in Seattle on Sept. 27. The project was also the category winner for nonresidential low-rise structures.
Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association
2018 Excellence in Concrete Construction
Award Winners

GRAND AWARD
Low-rise structures (nonresidential)

SAMI at the Environmental Learning Center
Tacoma

Tilt-up structures
AutoZone Distribution Center
Pasco

Infrastructure (transportation)
Second Avenue reconstruction project
Burbank, Walla Walla County

High-rise structures
Kinects
Seattle

Infrastructure (non-transportation)
Oak Harbor clean water facility
Oak Harbor

Sustainable and resilient
Macnak headquarters
Gig Harbor

Architectural and artistic (residential)
Caledonia Summit
Tacoma

Architectural and artistic (nonresidential)
The Spheres
Seattle



Runners-Up

Tilt-up structures
IPT Tacoma Logistics Center
Location: Tacoma
Owner/developer: IPT Tacoma Logistics Center


Low-rise structures (nonresidential)
Ilani Casino Resort
Location: Ridgefield, Clark County
Owner/developer: Cowlitz Indian Tribe with Salishan-Mohegan LLC


High-rise structures
W Bellevue hotel
Location: Bellevue
Owner/developer: Kemper Development Co.


Infrastructure (transportation)
Mill Plain interchange to Northeast 18th Street
Location: Vancouver
Owner/developer: Washington State Department of Transportation


Infrastructure (non-transportation)
Newhalem Penstock saddle replacements
Location: Newhalem, Whatcom County
Owner/developer: Seattle City Light


Sustainable and resilient
Factoria Recycling and Transfer Station
Location: Bellevue
Owner/developer: King County Solid Waste Division


Architectural and artistic (residential)
Vallone residence
Owner/developer: Rick and Lori Vallone


Architectural and artistic (nonresidential)
Bellevue Downtown Park
Location: Bellevue
Owner/developer: City of Bellevue





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