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Eisenhower High School in Yakima won the top award for K-12 schools at the 2014 Masonry Institute of Washington Excellence in Masonry Design Awards. It was designed by KDF Architecture and NAC Architecture.
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The Masonry Institute of Washington celebrated 17 projects Thursday night at its Excellence in Masonry Design Awards banquet at the W Hotel in Seattle.
November 7, 2014
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MIW awards honor outstanding architectural design where masonry products — brick, concrete block, stone, tile and marble — figure prominently into the overall building design.
The judges were Scott Christiansen of Gallegos Building Solutions, Denver; Pem Eberlein of A.P. Eberlein Co., Longmont, Colorado; Brett Terry of Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute, Denver; Melissa Dalgetty and Jesse Ross of Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture, Denver; and Clayton C. Cole of Slaterpaull Architects, Denver.
MIW holds its awards program every two years. The association was established in 1972 to promote masonry construction throughout Western Washington. It also serves as an education provider and technical resource for building industry professionals.