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May 18, 2016

Seven civic projects win AIA Washington awards

The American Institute of Architects Washington Council picked seven projects to win its 2016 Civic Design Awards for high quality public projects.

To be eligible, projects must either be in Washington or be designed by architects from Washington. There were 35 entries, and four award levels: honor, merit, citation and honorable mention.

Brian Cavanaugh, Stanley Saitowitz and John Patkau were on the jury.



Photo by Lara Swimmer Photography

Honor award

Mercer Island Fire Station 92 on Mercer Island

Winner/client: City of Mercer Island

Architect: The Miller Hull Partnership




Photo by Benjamin Benschneider Photography

Merit award

Snohomish High School in Snohomish

Winner/client: Snohomish School District

Architect: NAC Architecture




Photo by Mark Menjivar

Merit award

Tobin Center for the Performing Arts in San Antonio, Texas

Winner/client: Tobin Center for the Performing Arts

Prime architect: LMN Architects

Associate architect: Marmon Mok




Image courtesy of Perkins+Will

Citation award

University of Washington Life Science Building in Seattle

Winner/client: University of Washington

Architect: Perkins+Will




Photo by Pete Eckert

Citation award

Pierce County Sewer and Traffic Operations Facility in Puyallup

Winner/client: Pierce County

Architect: TCF Architecture




Photo by Benjamin Benschneider Photography

Honorable mention award

The Rainforest Arts Center in Forks

Winner/client: City of Forks

Architect: NAC Architecture




Photo by Kevin Scott

Honorable mention award

Sound Transit University of Washington Station in Seattle

Winner/client: Sound Transit

Architect: LMN Architects



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