The fourteen projects selected as winners for this year represented the bold creativity that designers and contractors alike are beginning to explore with Tilt-Up construction. These projects captured the imagination of the owners that selected the teams of professionals.
TCA received a record 84 submittals for this year's competition, which was open to all TCA members and their projects completed between Oct. 1, 1999 and Oct. 1, 2000. Entries were judged in six different building type categories, and evaluated on four distinct criteria: quality of construction, aesthetic appeal, creativity of structural and architectural design, and unique application or end-use. Emphasis was placed on those projects that utilize Tilt-Up concrete methods to introduce new building types, advance industry technology or provide a unique solution to a building problem.
Judges for the 2001 competition were Gregory A. Bauer, Vice President, Prologis; Kevin R. Turpin, Senior Vice President, The Conlan Company; Thomas B. Mowe, P.E., Mowe, Inc.; and Michael B. Randall, AIA, Randall & Paulson Architects.
- Granite Park Building C - Sacramento, California.
- IR Bobcat Headquarters - Fargo, North Dakota
- Huntington Corporate Park - Miramar, Florida
- etoys - Prologis Park Bldg No. 1 - Ontario, California
- Gap/Old Navy Phase 1 - Fishkill, New York
- Gateway 270 - Clarksburg, Maryland
Special Projects Division
- Lighthouse at Lake Hefner - Oklahoma City, OK
- WPTV Channel 5 Television Station - West Palm Beach, Florida
- West Springs Church - Ballwin, Missouri
- Cumberland Elementary School - Orleans, Ontario