Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute announces 2022 Design Awards winners

Winning projects to be recognized on March 4 at the 2022 PCI Convention

January 20, 2022 / 2 minute read
The Arlington Memorial Bridge Rehabilitation in Washington, D.C. won the Rehabilitated Bridge category at the 2022 PCI Design Awards.
The Arlington Memorial Bridge Rehabilitation in Washington, D.C. won the Rehabilitated Bridge category at the 2022 PCI Design Awards. Image credit: FHWA

The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) this week has announced some of the winning projects of the 2022 PCI Design Awards.

The PCI Design Awards recognize the creative and innovative use of precast concrete. PCI says the buildings and transportation categories are judged on aesthetic, structural, and use versatility; site, energy and operational efficiency, and risk reduction; and resiliency, such as structure durability, multi-hazard protection, and life safety and health.

“While many construction professionals already realize that precast concrete is durable, resilient, cost-effective, and functional, the PCI Design Awards reminds everyone that precast concrete also is aesthetically breathtaking in many ways and in a variety of applications,” PCI President and CEO Bob Risser, P.E., said in a statement. “Each year, I continue to be amazed at the beauty and quality of the projects that are submitted and honored.”

The 2022 PCI Design Award winning projects in the transportation categories include the following:

  • Main Span up to 75 ft—Middlebury Bridge and Rail Project; Middlebury, Vermont; The Fort Miller Company
  • Main Span from 76-200 ft—Eisenhower Bridge of Valor; Red Wing, Minnesota; County Materials Corporation
  • Main Span More than 201 ft—State Route 167/70th Avenue East Bridge Replacement; Fife, Washington; Concrete Technology Corp.
  • Special Solution and Harry H. Edwards Industry Advancement Award Honorable Mention—Veterans Drive Precast Seawall; St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands; Coastal Precast Systems
  • International Transportation Structure—Lambor Bridge Crossing the Perak River; Perak, Malaysia; Dura Technology
  • Rehabilitated Bridge—Arlington Memorial Bridge Rehabilitation; Washington, D.C.; Pennstress
  • Non-Highway Bridge (co-winners)
    • Phoenix Sky Train Stage 2; Phoenix, Arizona; TPAC
    • University of California San Diego Mesa Housing Pedestrain and Bicycle Bridge; San Diego, California; Oldcastle Infrastructure

PCI says the winning projects will be recognized on March 4 at the 2022 PCI Convention in Kansas City, Missouri.

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SOURCE: Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute

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