The Austin City Hall complex, constructed for $50 million, houses city government offices, a public plaza, and a 750-car underground parking garage.
CRSI The Austin City Hall complex, constructed for $50 million, houses city government offices, a public plaza, and a 750-car underground parking garage.

The Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute (CRSI) has announced the winners of its 18th biennial Design Awards Competition. Winners were judged on four criteria: satisfaction of the owner's objectives, effective planning, innovation to meet project goals, and full exploitation of the benefits of cast-in-place reinforced concrete. Awards went to:

  • Grand Award: Holy Rosary Catholic Church Complex, St. Amant
  • Special Awards—Security Design:
  • Oklahoma City Federal Building
  • Patriots Plaza—Phase I, Washington, D.C.
  • Oklahoma Hall, Bachelor Enlisted Quarters P-593, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
  • Design Awards
  • RadioShack Riverfront Campus, Fort Worth, Texas
  • Press Box at Alex G Spanos Stadium, Stockton, Calif.
  • Austin (Texas) City Hall

To view the merit awards and for more information on all of the awards, visit www.crsi.org.