Each competitor was eligible to submit seven photos, a project description and a floor plan or engineered drawing for each project. A display board showcased the builds at the conference and each attendee was provided with a ballot and the opportunity to view, assess and vote. A “People’s Choice” voting format was used to determine the best project submitted in each of the 10 categories. The Project of the Year Award was presented to HFH Inc. The building, which also won in the commercial/institutional category, was engineered by Tacoma Engineers and R.M. Montgomery Engineering. The 80-foot-by-136-foot-by-18-foot insulated and lined shop with a two-storey office includes a cupola with windows that is open down to the lobby, decorative gable timbers on the front of the office, a standing seam steel roof on the front portion of the building and structural and decorative timbers throughout as well as exposed timber floor joists READ HERE
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