NCSEA Awards Firms for Structural Engineering Excellence

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The National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA) announced the winners of the 2021 Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards at an awards celebration on Wednesday, February 16 at the 2021 NCSEA Structural Engineering Summit. These awards were presented in eight categories, each with an Outstanding Project Winner.

Category 1: New Buildings < $30 Million

Outstanding Project

Red Rocks Amphitheater Stage Roof Replacement – Morrison, CO, Martin/Martin, Inc.

Outstanding Project

DC Southwest Library – Washington, D.C., StructureCraft

Category 2: New Buildings $30 Million to $80 Million

Outstanding Project

Taiyuan Botanical Garden Domes – Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, China, StructureCraft

Award Winner

The George W. Peavy Forest Science Center – Corvallis, OR, Equilibrium Consulting Inc

Award Winner

2461 Broadway – New York, NY, WSP USA

Category 3: New Buildings $80 Million to $200 Million

Outstanding Project

Stanford Center for Academic Medicine – Stanford, CA, HOK

Outstanding Project

David Rubenstein Forum, University of Chicago – Chicago, IL, LERA Consulting Structural Engineers

Category 4: New Buildings Over $200 Million

Outstanding Project

Rainier Square – Seattle, WA, Magnusson Klemencic Associates

Award Winner

425 Park Avenue – New York, NY, WSP USA

Award Winner
Conrad Washington, DC – Washington, D.C., Thornton Tomasetti, Inc.

Category 5: New Bridges or Transportation Structures

Outstanding Project
State Route 99 Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Program – Seattle, WA, HNTB Corporation

Award Winner

Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement – Long Beach, CA, ARUP

Award Winner
Sea-Tac International Arrivals Facility Pedestrian Walkway – SeaTac, WA, KPFF Consulting Engineers

Category 6: Forensic/Renovation/Retrofit/Rehabilitation Structures up to $20 Million

Outstanding Project

Alberta Bair Theater – Billings, MT, Cushing Terrell

Award Winner

Apple Park – Greenville, NC, Collins Structural Consulting, PLLC

Award Winner
Brent Spence Bridge Emergency Repair – Covington, KY to Cincinnati, OH, Michael Baker International

Award Winner
Sperry Chalet Reconstruction – Glacier National Park, MT, JVA, Inc.

Category 7: Forensic/Renovation/Retrofit/Rehabilitation Structures over $20 Million

Outstanding Project

Savannah Plant Riverside Project – Savannah, GA, Browder + LeGuizamon and Associates

Outstanding Project

Syracuse University Stadium – New Roof Project – Syracuse, NY, Geiger Engineers

Category 8: Other Structures

Outstanding Project

Little Island – New York, NY, ARUP

Award Winner

East End Gateway – Entrance Canopy, MTA C&D – New York, NY, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill in association with AECOM

Award Winner
Moynihan Train Hall Skylights – New York, NY, Schlaich Bergermann Partner

The National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA) was formed to constantly improve the standard level of practice of the structural engineering profession. The Association’s vision is that structural engineers are valued for their contributions to safe structures and resilient communities. The Association’s mission is that NCSEA, in partnership with its Member Organizations, supports practicing structural engineers to be highly qualified professionals and successful leaders.

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