Masonry Construction Announces Project of the Year


Antinozzi_Crec_01Washington DC, October 15, 2014 — Hanley Wood’s Masonry Construction has selected two 2014 Projects of the Year.

New Construction: The William Jewell College – Pryor Learning Commons, Liberty, Mo.
Existing Building Repair: Cowles Hall Stabilization & Restoration, Elmira, N.Y.

“The 2014 Masonry Construction’s Project of the Year winners showcase the significant contributions the masonry industry makes to the advancements in architectural design. These projects demonstrate cooperation between the mason contractor, materials supplier, design engineer, and architect,” said Editor Rick Yelton.

Masonry Construction’s Project of the Year contest exemplifies mason contractors’ contributions, including: helping architects and engineers create the best masonry has to offer; exceptional problem solving and teamwork; painstaking restoration and repair work; and environmentally friendly construction.

The awards include two Projects of the Year and winners in four categories. Winning projects will be featured on Masonry Construction’s website, www.masonryconstruction.com. The project teams will be honored in an awards ceremony at the World of Concrete/World of Masonry in Las Vegas.You can find detailed project information and photo slideshows at www.masonryconstruction.com.

PROJECT OF THE YEAR:

New Construction: The William Jewell College – Pryor Learning Commons, Liberty, Mo.
Submitted by: JE Dunn Construction

Existing Building Repair: Cowles Hall Stabilization & Restoration, Elmira, N.Y.
Submitted by: Welliver McGuire Inc.

Fireplaces: Otesaga Resort Hotel Fire Bar, Cooperstown, N.Y.
Submitted by: Welliver McGuire Inc.

Historic Restoration: 1 West Wilson State Office Building, Madison, Wis.
Submitted by: JP Cullen

Institutional: CREC Medical Professional & Teacher Preparation Academy, New Britain, Conn.
Submitted by: Acranom Masonry

Landscaping: DePauw University, Greencastle, Ind.
Submitted by: Allan Block

Article by Rick Yelton from Hanley Wood 

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