Photo from Delta Airlines
The new Delta Sky Club at Sea-Tac Airport won the award for suspended ceilings in Washington from the Northwest Wall & Ceiling Bureau.
NWCB honors outstanding projects
The Northwest Wall and Ceiling Bureau on May 4 handed out 11 awards for outstanding wall and ceiling projects at the association's annual convention and trade show in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
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Awards were given for interior and exterior finishes, light-gauge steel framing, suspended ceilings and renovations/restorations. Six awards were given to projects in Oregon and five in Washington.
Multiple award winners were Western Partitions and Performance Contracting.
Projects were judged on design, jobsite innovation and/or conditions, quality of workmanship, use of materials and overall effect.
The judges were retired architects John Greiner and Ray Ernst; NWCB Director of Technical Services Terry Kastner; former NWCB executive director and industry expert Bob Drury; former NWCB executive director Mark Eisenmann; and John Killin, executive director of the Associated Wall and Ceiling Contractors of Oregon and Southwest Washington.
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