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October 28, 2015

Five Central Washington projects win AIA awards

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Yakima Central Plaza

Photo by Lara Swimmer [enlarge]
Cowiche Canyon Kitchen + Ice House in Yakima

Photo by Ed LaCasse [enlarge]
Industrial & Engineering Technology Building at Central Washington University in Ellensburg

Photo by Benjamin Benschneider [enlarge]
Eisenhower High School in Yakima

Photo by Jim Van Gundy [enlarge]
Yakima Valley Technical Skills Center

The Central Washington chapter of the American Institute of Architects recently honored five projects with 2015 Design Awards.

Cowiche Canyon Kitchen + Ice House in Yakima won an honor award for design and a craftsman award for construction. It was designed by Graham Baba Architects and built by VK Powell Construction.

Eisenhower High School in Yakima received a merit award. It was designed by KDF Architecture and NAC Architecture and built by Graham Construction.

The Industrial & Engineering Technology Building at Central Washington University also won a merit award. It was designed by LMN Architects and built by TW Clark Construction.

Yakima Central Plaza won a citation award. The as-yet-unbuilt project was designed by Gustafson Guthrie Nichol in collaboration with Graham Baba Architects.

Yakima Valley Technical Skills Center also won a citation award. It was designed by KDF Architecture and built by Garco Construction.

The judges for the first AIA/Central Washington Design Awards since 2000 were Greg Kessler of Washington State University, Pullman; Monica Miller of Gallery One Visual Art Center in Ellensburg; Christopher Patano of Patano Studio Architecture in Seattle; and Rebecca Teagarden, a former architecture and design writer for The Seattle Times.



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