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May 14, 2014

13 civic projects win AIA Washington awards

The AIA Washington Council recently honored 13 projects with its 2014 Civic Design Awards.

To be eligible, projects must either be designed by architects from Washington or be located in this state. The program received 43 submittals. There were three categories of awards: honor, merit and citation.

Projects were judged on design, utility, economy, environmental harmony, sustainability, accessibility, aesthetic delight, creativity, craftsmanship and innovation.

Ben Nielsen, Todd Horenstein and Joel Ing were on the jury.

Photo courtesy of The Miller Hull Partnership [enlarge]

Honor award

South Transfer Station in Seattle

Winner/client: Seattle Public Utilities

Architect: The Miller Hull Partnership

Photo courtesy of Benjamin Benschneider [enlarge]

Honor award

King Street Station in Seattle

Winner/client: Seattle Department of Transportation

Architect: ZGF Architects

Photo courtesy of Benjamin Benschneider [enlarge]

Citation award

Bellevue High School in Bellevue

Winner/client: Bellevue School District

Architect NAC|Architecture

Photo courtesy of Buster Simpson [enlarge]

Citation award

Bellevue Public Library in Bellevue

Winner/client: Bellevue Public Library/King County Library System

Architect: Johnston Architects

Photo courtesy of Lara Swimmer [enlarge]

Citation award

Fire Station 6 in Seattle

Winner/client: City of Seattle Finance and Administrative Services

Architect: Weinstein A+U Architects + Urban Designers

Photo courtesy of San Van Fleet [enlarge]

Citation award

SCORE Jail in Des Moines

Winner/client: South Correctional Entity

Architect: DLR Group

Photo courtesy of Pete Eckert [enlarge]

Merit award

John’s Prairie Operations Center in Shelton

Winner/client: Mason County PUD#3

Architect: TCF Architecture

Photo courtesy of Ed LaCasse [enlarge]

Merit award

Museum of History & Industry in Seattle

Winner/client: Museum of History & Industry

Architect: LMN

Photo courtesy of The Wenatchee World [enlarge]

Merit award

Pybus Public Market in Wenatchee

Winner/client: Port of Chelan County

Architect: Graham Baba Architects

Photo courtesy of Chris Roberts [enlarge]

Merit award

Rainier Beach Community Center & Pool in Seattle

Winner/client: Seattle Parks & Recreation

Architect: ARC Architects

Photo courtesy of Benjamin Benschneider [enlarge]

Merit award

University of Washington Lander Hall in Seattle

Winner/client: University of Washington, Housing and Food Services

Architect: Mithun

Photo courtesy of Matt Todd [enlarge]

Merit award

Valley View Middle School in Snohomish

Winner/client: Snohomish School District

Architect: Dykeman

Photo courtesy of Benjamin Benschneider [enlarge]

Merit award

Wilkes Elementary School on Bainbridge Island

Winner/client: Bainbridge Island School District

Architect: Mahlum

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