2014 Project of the Year

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William Jewell College - Pryor Learning Commons

The William Jewell College – Pryor Learning Commons building is a three-level, 25,300 square-foot facility designed to serve as a multi-functional learning center where students engage in classes as well as study time. This new building provides a new gathering place for the student body. More

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DePauw University

The project began as a private bid from selected firms. FA Wilhelm of Indianapolis, IN, was selected as the site construction manager/general contractor. The excavation and site package bid was then sent out in February 2013. More

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Otesaga Resort Hotel Fire Bar

The iconic Otesaga Resort Hotel is a high-end lakefront resort located on picturesque Otsego Lake in Cooperstown, NY. More

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CREC Medical Professional and Teacher Preparation Academy

This unique state-of-the-art school, designed by Antinozzi Associates Architects and built by Acranom Masonry features all curved radial walls, with over 300,000 interior vertical scored CMU, 100,000 utility bricks and 12,000 ground face units (4”x16”x24). More

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Monroe Hall - Renovation and Addition

The renovation of New Orleans’ Loyola University’s Monroe Hall is part of a campus-wide construction project that began in 2012. Plans included adding 114,000 square feet to the building, along with a new façade to ‘fit in’ with the other campus structures. More

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1 West Wilson State Office Building Historic Renovation

The State of Wisconsin Office building located at 1 West Wilson Street in Madison, Wisconsin was originally constructed in 3 phases: 1932, 1938, and 1958. The building is a concrete structure with a mass masonry wall system consisting of clay tile and brick backup with an exterior cladding primarily of granite quarried from northern Wisconsin. More

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The Pomeroy Apartments

The Pomeroy Senior Apartments, a classically detailed, limestone and terra-cotta clad building was renovated as part of the Chicago Housing Authority’s Plan for Transformation to be their flagship senior living center on Chicago’s north side. More

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Cowles Hall Stabilization & Restoration

Cowles Hall was built in 1855 when Elmira College was founded. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it served as the sole facility for the all-female college (which has been coeducational since 1969), functioning as a student dormitory, dining hall, classroom space and library; it was later named after Dr. Augustus Cowles, the College’s first president. More

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