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February 28, 2005 12:00 PM CST

Arizona Masonry Guild Announces Architectural Award Winners

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The 13th Annual Excellence in Masonry Architectural Awards program honored its award-winning homes and commercial buildings during a special banquet held at the Scottsdale Marriott Camelback Inn on Oct. 22, 2004. The program honored 11 projects for outstanding masonry design, workmanship and creativity with the use of brick, block or stone.

A total of 29 entries from throughout Arizona were submitted for this year's awards program. Entries were judged by a distinguished panel of architects, a mason contractor and a masonry supplier, all from Utah, including: Brent R. Tippets, AIA and Principal of VCBO Architects, Inc.; Solim Gasparik, AIA and Architect with VCBO Architects; Mark Hedman, Interstate Brick; Alan Johnson, IMS Masonry; and Fred L. Thalmann, AIA and Architect.

An award was presented to the architectural firm, mason contractor, structural engineering firm, general contractor and masonry supplier for each winning project.

The Annual Excellence in Masonry Architectural Awards program is sponsored by the Arizona Masonry Guild, Inc. Established in 1958, the non-profit organization is celebrating 46 years of service to both the masonry industry and Arizonians. The Guild has played a significant role in economic development, new product and construction standards, enhanced safety policies, and increased energy efficiency of masonry products. It has also been on the forefront of developing and implementing statewide consumer education campaigns and scholarship programs with Northern Arizona University, Arizona State University and the University of Arizona.

The Arizona Masonry Guild, Inc., can be reached at (602) 265-5999 in Phoenix, toll-free at (888) 511-5999, or visit www.MasonryforLife.com.

Note: * marks MCAA members.


Gold Trowel


ASU West Classroom Laboratory/Computer Classroom II
Architect: SmithGroup, Phoenix
Mason Contractor: *Sun Valley Masonry, Phoenix
Engineer: Paragon Structural Design, Inc., Phoenix

Honor Awards


Coconino Community College ? Flagstaff Campus
Architect: Jones Studio, Inc. and Rhodes Associates, Phoenix
Mason Contractor: *Sun Valley Masonry, Phoenix
Engineer: Rudow & Berry, Inc., Phoenix


Wells Fargo Bank ? Anthem Branch
Architect: DPA Architects, Scottsdale
Mason Contractor: Pioneer Masonry, Inc., Glendale
Engineer: GFG Structural Engineers, Inc., Scottsdale

Stone Honor Awards


Jones Residence
Architect: Kalista Mansion Homes, Prescott
Mason Contractor: Kalista Mansion Homes, Prescott
Engineer: Kalista Mansion Homes, Prescott


The Rim Golf Club
Architect: Mason Contractor: Carlson Masonry, Tempe
Engineer: A.V. Schwan & Associates, Phoenix

Merit Awards


Marc Center
Architect: Saemisch-DiBella, Inc. Mesa
Mason Contractor: Sidewinders Masonry, Queen Creek
Engineer: Morea-Hall Engineering Company, Phoenix


Mesa Fire Station No. 217
Architect: Wood Associates Architects, Inc., Mesa
Mason Contractor: Sun Dial Masonry, Mesa
Engineer: Homsi & Associates, Tempe

Citation Awards

Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Aircraft Rescue
Fire Fighting Station No. 29
Architect: LEA/Lawrence Enyart Architects, Phoenix
Mason Contractor: *Sun Valley Masonry, Inc., Phoenix
Engineer: TLCP Structural, Inc., Phoenix

Farmer Studios
Architect: Architekton, Tempe
Mason Contractor: Champion Commercial Masonry, Queen Creek
Engineer: BDA, Scottsdale

Salt River High School
Architect: DLR Group, Phoenix
Mason Contractor: Desert Masonry, Scottsdale
Engineer: DLR Group, Phoenix

Gilbert Fire Station No. 11
Architect: LEA/Lawrence Enyart Architects, Phoenix
Mason Contractor: Canyon State Masonry, El Mirage
Engineer: TLCP Structural Inc., Phoenix


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