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Masonry plays role in Greater Madison Commercial Design Awards

(May 18, 2009) In Business magazine announced the winners of its second annual Greater Madison Commercial Design Awards at a ceremony held May 6 in Madison. The competition, which awards honors in 13 categories, recognizes the best in new construction or renovation in commercial design and architecture. Winning projects are featured in the publication’s May 2009 issue.

County Materials, with two locations in Madison, supplied concrete and masonry products for 14 of the award winning projects:
University Square
·    2009 Project of the Year and Best in Mixed Use category
·    Utilized Full Brick, Thin Brick Panels and gray concrete block
·    General Contractor was J.H. Findorff & Son, Inc.; Architect was Potter Lawson, Inc.

Capitol West: Washington Rowhouses, Capitol Court Townhomes
·    Best in Residential Multi-unit category
·    Features colored and gray concrete masonry units
·    General contractor was J.H. Findorff & Son, Inc.; Architect was The Alexander Co. 

Farm and Fleet of Verona
·    Best in Retail category
·    Constructed with decorative and standard concrete masonry units
·    General contractor was Design Structures, LLC; Architect was Potter Lawson, Inc.

Goodman Community Center
·    Best in Education category
·    Constructed with gray concrete block  
·    General contractor was Vogel Bros. Building Co.; Architect was Eppstein Uhen Architects

National Conference of Bar Examiners
·    Best in the Office category
·    Features gray concrete block
·    General contractor was J. H. Findorff & Son, Inc.; Architect was Potter Lawson, Inc.

PIKE Technologies
·    Best in Industrial category
·    Features a blend of three clay brick colors, and concrete masonry units 
·    General contractor was Tri-North Builders; Architect was Eppstein Uhen Architects

Wisconsin Heart & Vascular Institute
·    Best in Health Care category
·    Built with gray concrete block, and Cultured Stone on interior fireplace
·    General contractor was Ideal Builders; Architect was Potter Lawson, Inc.

All Saints Assisted Living
·    Merit Award in Health Care category
·    Utilized standard concrete block
·    General contractor Horizon Development Group, Inc.; Architect was Architecture 2000, LLC.  

Century 21 Affiliated
·    Merit Award in Office Renovation category 
·    Constructed with Premier Ultra Burnished masonry units and clay brick
·    General contractor was W. Squared, LLC; Architect was Brink, Kolberg & Assoc 

Hampton Inn and Suites
·    Merit Award in Hotel category
·    Features clay brick, decorative concrete masonry units and standard concrete block
·    General contractor was Kraemer Bros, LLC; Architect was Gary Brink & Associates, Inc.

Monona State Bank
·    Merit Award in Office New Development category
·    Features clay brick and standard concrete block
·    General contractor was Bauer & Raether Builders, Inc.; Architect was Strang, Inc. 

Paul J. Olson Elementary School
·    Merit Award for Green-built project
·    Constructed with clay brick and concrete block
·    General contractor was Miron Construction Co.; Architect was Zimmerman Architectural Studios 

Sequoya Commons Phase 1
·    Merit Award in Mixed Use category
·    Constructed with standard concrete block
·    General contractor was Krupp General Contractors; Architect was Bruce Simonson, with SGN+A

UW-Madison Grainger Hall Addition
·    Merit Award in Education
·    Features clay brick, glass block and standard concrete masonry units
·    General contractor was Miron Construction Co.; Architect was Zimmerman Architectural Studios

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