July 2008: 2008 APA Awards for Design & Manufacturing Excellence


July 2008

2008 APA Awards for Design & Manufacturing Excellence

Architectural Precast Award Winners

The Architectural Precast Association (APA) announced the winners of the 2008 APA Awards for Design & Manufacturing Excellence at its convention in Dallas. The competition is held each year to recognize examples of outstanding design and production work using architectural precast concrete. An independent jury selected the winners from a field of entries.

Buckhead Village Atlanta
Designer: Corcoran Nelson Nardone
Precast manufacturer: Castone Corporation




Designer: Howard Davis Associates Architect PA
Precast manufacturer: Pedroni’s Cast Stone Inc.



Designer: Architexas, Inc./Craig Melde
Precast manufacturer: Advanced Cast Stone



Designer: Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects
Precast manufacturer: American Stone Virginia, LLC






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