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THE EXCELLENCE IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING AWARDS EXHIBITION

The 2022 Awards Exhibition featured professionally created displays of project finalists, sponsors, and our organization.  Displays were showcased in the District Architecture Center's storefront along 7th St NW for the full week and capped with an Awards Reception at the District Architecture Center on Saturday evening, April 2, 2022.



PROJECT AWARDS



Wharf Parcel 10 - SK&A

New Construction Under $40 M - Outstanding Award



Jack C. Taylor Conference Center - Wood Peacock Consulting Engineers

New Construction Under $40 M - Merit Award



One Tribe Place Slab Repair - WDP & Associates

Renovation Under $25 M - Outstanding Award



555 12th Street NW - SK&A

Renovation Under $25 M - Merit Award



Apex Plaza - SGH

New Construction $40 - $100 M - Outstanding Award



Collection 14 - Ehlert Bryan

New Construction $40 - $100 M - Merit Award



80 M Street SE - Arup

Renovation Under $25 - $75 M - Outstanding Award




Planet Word - Silman

Renovation Under $25 - $75 M - Merit Award




Wharf Parcel 8 - SK&A

New Construction Over $100 M - Outstanding Award



1950 and 2000 Opportunity Way - Thornton Tomasetti

New Construction Over $100 M - Merit Award



161 Peachtree Center - SK&A

Renovation Over $75 M - Outstanding Award



Martin Luther King Jr. Library - Silman

Renovation Over $75 M - Merit Award



Gaston Hall Balcony - A+F Engineers

Specialized Structural Elements - Outstanding Award



Rash Field Shade Structure - SGH

Specialized Structural Elements - Merit Award



Photographs from the 2022 ESE Awards Reception

Courtesy of Julia Rochelle

                            

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Thank you to our 2022 sponsors...

PREMIRE EXHIBITION SPONSORS:

premier gala SPONSORs:



GOLD SPONSORS:



SILVER SPONSORS:

Thank you to our 2022 Awards Judges...

Jennifer Anna Pazdon

Carrie Warner

Eric C. Martin

Steven Winston

Robert Baxter

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