20 Feb Gate Continues its Streak at Annual PCI Awards
The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute will hand Gate Precast another top honor and recognize six other Gate projects at the 2020 PCI awards on March 6.
JACKSONVILLE, FL – Gate Precast will receive an unprecedented seven project awards during the upcoming Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute Design Awards in Fort Worth, Texas. PCI will present the awards March 6 during its 2020 Convention.
The 57th annual ceremony, held at the conclusion of the convention, will showcase applications that push the envelope, overcome challenges and improve concepts. A panel of judges will award 25 projects across North America for excellence in design in both transportation and building categories.
“We owe our success to the creative designers and owners who consistently push the envelope,” says Dean Gwin, president & COO, Gate Construction Materials Group. “We are honored to be recognized alongside so many other deserving recipients.”
Of particular note, Gate will receive the prestigious Harry H. Edwards Industry Advancement Award, as well as Best Healthcare Project, for its work on Mount Sinai Medical Center’s Skolnick Surgical Tower in Miami Beach. The award showcases fresh, uninhibited concepts that move the industry to the next generation of technology. Architect CannonDesign designed the project and Gate’s Kissimmee plant produced the precast.
Other Gate projects awarded “best in category” include:
• Dickies Arena Parking Garage, Fort Worth, TX – Best Parking Structure (Façade Only): Gate Plant: Hillsboro, TX; Architect: David M. Schwarz Architects Inc.
• Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Temple, Tucson, AZ – Best Religious Building: Gate Plant: Hillsboro, TX; Architect: FFKR Architects
• Whole Foods Market, Lexington, KY – Best Retail Building: Gate Plant: Winchester, KY; Architect: Shook Kelley
• SunTrust Park, Atlanta, GA – Best Stadium and Arena: Gate Plant: Monroeville, AL; Architect: Populous
• Witness Walls, Nashville, TN – Best Custom Solution Gate Plant: Ashland City, TN; Architect: Hood Design Studio
Earlier, PCI presented the 2019 Sidney Freedman Craftsmanship Award to Gate’s Ashland City, TN, plant, for its work on the Nordstrom store at 1790 Broadway in New York City. The project required retrofitting the first two floors of the storefront with an architectural precast façade, which features a GATEstone marble finish that blends with the Vermont marble on the upper floors of the historic structure.