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February 15, 2021 | admin

Washington, DC—WoodWorks and the Wood Products Council announced the winners
of its 2021 Wood Design Awards, which celebrate excellence in wood building design and spotlight its
continued rise in popularity across the U.S. Awards are an opportunity to recognize building designers for
their skill and ingenuity, and to showcase projects that demonstrate the attributes of wood that make it so
appealing.

This year’s award winners epitomize the innovation, resilience, and flexibility required for projects to
flourish in a changing world. We’re excited to see design and development teams approaching projects
holistically, with buildings that respond uniquely to their communities. From one of the most
environmentally advanced education buildings in the southeast to a historic winery in Napa, CA, wood
continues to demonstrate its value as a nimble and modern building material, ushering in new precedents
and challenging the public’s perception of its role in the built world,” said WoodWorks President and CEO,
Jennifer Cover. “A few of this year’s winning projects were completed in 2020 despite obstacles caused by
the global pandemic. Through this lens, we are more inspired than ever by the achievements in wood
design—from the quality of building systems to the expressiveness of the structures.”

Nominations from across the country were evaluated by an independent jury that included:

  • Clare Archer, Vice President/Senior Director, Gilbane Building Company, Washington, DC
  • Kate Diamond, FAIA, LEED AP, Civic Design Director, HDR, Los Angeles, CA
  • Julie Hiromoto, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP, Director of Integration, Principal, HKS Inc., Dallas, TX
  • John Mitchell, Associate Partner, Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture, Chicago, IL

National award categories include:

  • Multi-Family Wood Design
  • Commercial Wood Design – Mid-Rise
  • Commercial Wood Design – Low-Rise
  • Wood in Government Buildings
  • Wood in Schools
  • Institutional Wood Design
  • Green Building with Wood
  • Beauty of Wood
  • Durable & Adaptable Wood Structures

NATIONAL WINNERS
Multi-Family Wood Design: Timber Lofts | Milwaukee, WI
DEVELOPER/OWNER: 234 West Florida Street
ARCHITECT: Engberg Anderson Architects
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Pierce Engineers
CONTRACTOR: Catalyst Construction
Wood in Schools: Oregon State University Forest Science Complex | Corvallis, OR
DEVELOPER/OWNER: Oregon State University
ARCHITECT: MGA | Michael Green Architecture
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Equilibrium, a Katerra Company
CONTRACTOR: Andersen Construction
Commercial Wood Design – Low-Rise: Cakebread Cellars Expansion | Rutherford, CA
DEVELOPER/OWNER: Cakebread Cellars
ARCHITECT: BCV Architecture + Interiors
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Kenneth Campbell, P.E.
CONTRACTOR: Wright Contracting
Commercial Wood Design – Mid-Rise: Outpost | Hood River, OR
DEVELOPER/OWNER: Key Development
ARCHITECT: Skylab Architecture
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Valar Consulting Engineering
CONTRACTOR: Key Development
Institutional Wood Design: The Discovery Center | Philadelphia, PA
DEVELOPER/OWNER: East Park Leadership and Conservation Center
ARCHITECT: DIGSAU
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: CVM
CONTRACTOR: INTECH Construction
Durable & Adaptable Wood Structures: Trefethen Historic Winery | Napa, CA
DEVELOPER/OWNER: Trefethen Family Vineyards
ARCHITECT: Taylor Lombardo Architects with Preservation Architecture
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: ZFA Structural Engineers
CONTRACTOR: Facility Development Company
Green Building with Wood: The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design | Atlanta, GA
DEVELOPER/OWNER: Georgia Institute of Technology
ARCHITECT: The Miller Hull Partnership, in collaboration with Lord Aeck Sargent, a Katerra Company
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Uzun + Case
CONTRACTOR: Skanska USA
Beauty of Wood: Karsh Alumni and Visitors Center Duke University | Durham, NC
DEVELOPER/OWNER: Duke University
ARCHITECT: Centerbrook Architects and Planners
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: LHC Structural Engineers
CONTRACTOR: LeChase Construction
Wood in Government Buildings: Jones Beach Energy and Nature Center | Wantagh, NY
DEVELOPER/OWNER: NYS Department of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation
ARCHITECT: nARCHITECTS
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Silman Structural Engineering
CONTRACTOR: Scalamandre Construction
Jury’s Choice: Freedom House Expansion | Green Bay, WI
DEVELOPER/OWNER: Freedom House Ministries Green Bay
ARCHITECT: Berners Schober
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: raSmith
CONTRACTOR: Immel Construction

Regional Excellence Winners
1040 W Fulton | Chicago, IL
DEVELOPER/OWNER: Summit Design + Build, LLC
ARCHITECT: Hartshorne Plunkhard Architecture
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: IMEG Corporation
CONTRACTOR: Summit Design + Build
Andy Quattlebaum Outdoor Education Center at Clemson University | Seneca, SC
DEVELOPER/OWNER: Clemson University
ARCHITECT: Cooper Carry
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Britt, Peters and Associates Inc.
CONTRACTOR: Sherman Construction
Biosmass Boiler Building | Quincy, CA
DEVELOPER/OWNER: High Sierra Community Energy Development Corporation
ARCHITECT: AMLGM
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Holmes Structures
CONTRACTOR: Houston Construction
Cedar Speedster | Seattle, WA
DEVELOPER/OWNER: Revelution LLC
ARCHITECT: Weber Thompson
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: DCI Engineers
CONTRACTOR: Turner
Church of the Incarnation Addition | Dallas, TX
DEVELOPER/OWNER: Church of the Incarnation
ARCHITECT: HH Architects
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Datum Engineers
CONTRACTOR: Lee Lewis Construction
Platte Fifteen | Denver, CO
DEVELOPER/OWNER: Crescent Real Estate, LLC
ARCHITECT: OZ Architecture
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: KL&A Engineers & Builders
CONTRACTOR: Adolfson & Peterson Construction
Princeton University Laboratory for Embodied Computation | Princeton, NJ
DEVELOPER/OWNER: Princeton University
ARCHITECT: The Living (Design Architect), NK Architects (AOR)
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Buro Happold
CONTRACTOR: Epic Construction
Tennis Pavilion | Kansas City, MO
DEVELOPER/OWNER: Carriage Club
ARCHITECT: Generator Studio
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: SMA Engineering
CONTRACTOR: Centric Projects
UCLA Margo Leavin Graduate Art Studios | Culver City, CA
DEVELOPER/OWNER: The Regents of the University of California
ARCHITECT: Johnston Marklee
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Simpson Gumpertz & Heger
CONTRACTOR: Abbott Construction
About WoodWorks
WoodWorks – Wood Products Council provides education and free technical support related to the design,
engineering and construction of commercial and multi-family wood buildings in the U.S. A non-profit staffed
with architects, structural engineers, and construction experts, WoodWorks has the expertise to assist with
all aspects of wood building design. For assistance with a project, visit www.woodworks.org/projectassistance or email help@woodworks.org.

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