2017 Awards: Office

Central Region – Under 50,000 square feet

NOAA National Logistics & Reconditioning Center

NOAA National Logistics & Reconditioning Center

K.D. Christian Construction Co.
Architect: Burns & McDonnell
Manufacturer: Armstrong Ceiling Solutions

To create a visual reminiscent of lightning bolts coming down from the sky, metal ceiling panels from Armstrong Ceiling Solutions were installed diagonally in a herringbone type pattern by K.D. Christian Construction in this conference room at the National Oceanic  & Atmospheric Administration facility in Grandview, MO.

East Region – Under 50,000 square feet

4 Times Square Lobby Ceiling

4 Times Square Lobby Ceiling

Rivco Construction, LLC
Contractor:  Structuretone
Manufacturer: Formglas Products Ltd.
Architect: HOK (New York)
Independent Manufacturer's Representative: Design Resources

Rivco Construction installed the compound curved GFRG ceiling feature of the office tower lobby owned by the Durst Organization at 4 Times Square in New York. The ceiling, designed by HOK, and comprised of 750 unique GFRG coffer panels, manufactured by Formglas, was installed while the building was fully operational.

South Region – Under 50,000 square feet


Hillwood Offices at Turtle Creek

Architect: Mithun
Architect: BOKA Powell
Independent Manufacturer's Representative: Architectural Materials
Manufacturer: 9Wood

The Perot Family and Hillwood Development Company’s new offices at Turtle Creek, Dallas features 10,576 sq.ft. of crosspiece backer/dowel wood grille ceilings manufactured by 9Wood. The ceiling contractor, BakerTriangle, Dallas, installed 1,055 individual wood grille panels in two months. Architects: BOKA Powell, Dallas, Texas, and Mithun, Seattle, Washington.

West Region – Under 50,000 square feet

US Bank Tower Los Angeles

US Bank Tower Los Angeles

Martin Integrated Systems
Architect: Gensler
Manufacturer: Armstrong Ceiling Solutions

The inspiration behind the design of the chevron ceilings on the 70th floor of the US Bank Tower in Los Angeles was a gold art deco style bangle bracelet. The ceilings were designed by Gensler and installed by Martin Integrated Systems using custom MetalWorks™ ceiling panels from Armstrong® Ceiling Solutions.

East Region – Over 50,000 square feet

1785 Massachusetts Avenue

1785 Massachusetts Avenue    

C.J. Coakley Co, Inc.
Architect: Hartman-Cox Architects
Manufacturer: USG
Distributor: L&W / Building Specialties

C. J. Coakley Co., Inc. was selected by Grunley Construction to help renovate the historic 1785 Massachusetts Avenue property. It brought us back to our roots of traditional plaster. Blending old and new construction together is a very difficult task. Project was also awarded WBC Presidents Award for Renovation.