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A Special Feature of DJC.COM
September 27, 2019
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Photo provided by WACA
The Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement/SR 99 tunnel project in Seattle won the grand award at the Washington Aggregates and Concrete Associationís annual Excellence in Concrete Awards, held in Seattle on Sept. 26. The project was also the category winner for transportation infrastructure.
Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association
2019 Excellence in Concrete Construction
Award Winners

GRAND AWARD
Infrastructure (transportation)

Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement/SR 99 tunnel
Seattle

Low-rise structures
Vashon Center for the Arts
Vashon

Low-rise structures (tilt up)
Georgetown Crossroads
Seattle

Mid-rise structures (nonresidential)
Building Cure
Seattle

High-rise structures
W Hotel tower
Bellevue

Infrastructure (non-transportation)
Amtrak railroad maintenance facility
Seattle

Concrete paving
Eighth Street cross-dock facility
Everett

Architectural and artistic
Grant Street Pier
Vancouver

Sustainable and resilient
Helen Sommers Building
Olympia



Runners-Up

Sustainable and resilient
Sharpe Avenue stormwater improvements
Location: Spokane
Owner/developer: City of Spokane



Low-rise structures
Skagit County Community Justice Center
Location: Skagit County
Owner/developer: Skagit County



Mid-rise structures
Helen Sommers Building
Location: Olympia
Owner/developer: State of Washington



High-rise structures
Kiara
Location: Seattle
Owner/developer: Holland Partner Group



Architectural and artistic (nonresidential)
Bellevue Downtown Park
Location: Bellevue
Owner/developer: City of Bellevue








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Section design: Jeffrey Miller
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