The Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute (CRSI) recently announced the winners of its biennial design and construction awards program, also known as CRSI HONORS.
The Institute selected 10 projects for this coveted recognition after evaluating entrants on merits including satisfaction of owner objectives, development of innovative solutions, effective use of reinforced concrete and overall aesthetics.
Seven of the projects walked away with an HONORS Award while three projects took home Merit Certificate recognition.
“This cycle’s entries represent a wide range of project types from all regions of the United States,” the CRSI stated upon announcing the winners. “Each of the selections demonstrates an excellence in leveraging reinforcing steel’s inherencies as a part of the world’s most popular building material.”
The institute said all projects selected for recognition will be considered for case studies “and for other promotions showcasing steel-reinforced concrete construction.”
Here are the 2022 CRSI HONORS Award winners and Merit Certificate recipients, broken down by category:
RESIDENTIAL AND HOTEL
One Chicago (McHugh Concrete Construction)—HONORS Award
Circa (CKC Structural Engineers)—Merit Certificate
San Francisco Conservatory of Music Bowes Center (Tipping Structural Engineers)—HONORS Award
INOVA Loudoun Hospital (HDR, Inc.)—HONORS Award
COMMERCIAL AND MIXED-USE
Fifteen Fifty (DCI Engineers)—HONORS Award
Hale Kalele (BASE)—Merit Certificate
CULTURAL, RELIGIOUS OR ENTERTAINMENT
Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts (Thornton Tomasetti)—HONORS Award
Children’s Hospital Parking Garage (HDR, Inc.)—HONORS Award
Sarah Mildred Long Bridge Replacement Project (HDR, Inc.)—HONORS Award
I-579 Urban Open Space Cap (HDR, Inc.)—Merit Certificate