2002 Tucker Awards

July 1, 2002
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Surrounded by 200 members of the architectural and design com-munity, the annual presentation of the BSI Tucker Awards honored stone projects based on excellence.

The Building Stone Institute (BSI) awarded eight projects with a 2002 Tucker Award for excellence in architecture on May 8 at a dinner held at The Park Hotel in Charlotte, NC. Awards are presented to those architectural firms whose excellence in concept and design has contributed significantly to arch-itecture throughout the world.

Entries were judged by an independent panel of architects without the participation of any member in the industry, according to BSI. Excellence in concept, design, construction and use of natural stone were criterion for projects.

Presenting the awards was Marvin Malecha, FAIA, Dean, School of Architecture, North Carolina State University, who served as chairman of the architectural awards jury. In addition to Dean Malecha, the 2002 jury included Leslie N. Boney, Jr., FAIA, Boney Architects, Wilmington, NC, and Thomas Balsley, FASLA, Thomas Balsley Associates, New York, NY.

Category: Non-Residential Structure

Project: Gateway Center, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

Architect: Antoine Predock, Architect, Albuquerque, NM

General Contractor: M.A. Mortenson, Golden Valley, MN

Category: Non-Residential Structure

Project: Temple Beth-El, Fort Worth, TX

Architect: Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford Architects, Fort Worth, TX

General Contractor: The DeMoss Co., Fort Worth, TX

Category: Residential Structure

Project: Little Lake Lodge, Aspen, CO

Architect: Urban Design Group, Denver, CO

Stone Supplier and Installer: The Gallegos Corp., Vail, CO

Category: Landscape in a Residential Site Development

Project: Mira Monte Village, Henderson, NV

Architect: Peridian International, Inc., Newport Beach, CA

Stone Supplier: Las Vegas Rock, Las Vegas, NV

Stone Installer: Dayton Masonry, Inc., Henderson, NV

Category: Landscape in a Residential Site Development

Project: Private Residence, Westwood, MA

Architect: Dan K. Gordon Associates, Inc., Westwood, MA

Stone Supplier and Installer: Kenneth Castellucci & Associates, Lincoln, RI

Category: Landscape in a Non-Residential Site Development

Project: The National Japanese American Memorial to Patriotism,

World War II, Washington, DC

Architect: Davis Buckley Architects and Planners, Washington, DC,

Stone Installer: Pagliaro Bros. Stone Co., Upper Marlboro, MD

Category: Renovation or Restoration Project

Project: Graham Chapel Addition, Washington University, St. Louis, MO

Architect: Vinci/Hamp Architects, Inc., Chicago, IL.

General Contractor: Helmkamp Construction Co., Woodriver, IL

Stone Supplier: St. Louis Stone & Supply, St. Louis, MO

Stone Installer: Leonard Masonry, Inc. St. Louis, MO

Category: Renovation or Restoration Project

Project: The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York, NY

Architect: Platt Byard Dovell Architects, New York, NY

General Contractor: Nicholson & Galloway, Inc., Glen Head, NY

Stone Supplier: Portland Brownstone, Cheshire, CT

Stone Fabricator: Granite Importers, Barre, VT

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