Nov. 16, 2000
A special publication of DJC.COM

A&E 2000 Surveys

2000 Honor Awards

Featured Stories

  • "NW architects prosper…and the community benefits,"
    By Hugh Hochberg, The Coxe Group

  • "Architecture for the knowledge economy,"
    By Richarrd W. Hobbs, Resident Fellow, American Institute of Architects

  • "Thriving engineering field competes for tech talent,"
    By Bill Garrity, Consulting Engineers Council of Washington

  • "Perfecting Pier 56,"
    By JIll Jago, Coughlin Porter Lundeen

  • "Engineers build new sites on the Web,"
    By Terry Stephens, Special to the Journal

  • "Putting power back into public process,"
    By Pat Serie, EnviroIssues

  • "Making space for the spirit in a medical facility,"
    By Bill Strong, Mahlum Architects

  • "Little Yelm sets big environmental goals — and meets them,"
    By Thomas Skillings, Skillings Connolly

  • "Making chaos work for you: keys to small firm management,"
    By Rena Klein, RM Klein Consulting

  • "The new airport has arrived,"
    By Ted McCagg, NBBJ

  • "The sun never sets on the extranet,"
    By Al McSwain, Harris Group

  • "The delight of a slow opera,"
    Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen

  • University of Washington School of Social Work addition, Carlson Architects

    A&E 2000 Surveys
    It’s been another good year for economy of the Northwest and the design consultants that do business in the area. Architects and engineers from a broad sample of Seattle firms were invited to describe their experiences and activities in the previous year, and responses were edited for the survey.

    A&E 2000 Honor Awards
    Thirteen recent and two not-yet-built projects by Washington architects were picked for special recognition in the 2000 Honor Awards for Washington Architecture. The winners spanned a wide range of building types, including residential, cultural, municipal, institutional, and commercial projects located in Washington communities both rural and urban, and several projects located in other parts of the US.

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