One week after unveiling a 3D-printed pedestrian steel bridge concept as the 2021 Forge Prize winner, the American Institute of Steel Construction has announced this year’s recipients of the Innovative Design in Engineering and Architecture with Structural Steel Awards (or IDEAS² for short).
The ten selected project designs from across the U.S. were honored for pushing the envelope of structural steel.
Less than $15 Million
$15 Million to $75 Million
$75 Million to $200 Million
Greater than $200 Million
Sculpture/Art Installation/Non-Building Structure
Presidential Award for Excellence in Adaptive Reuse
The 2021 IDEAS2 Award jury was comprised of Stephanie J. Hautzinger, SE, AIA, Associate vice-chairman, CannonDesign; Mark V. Holland, PE, Chief Engineer, Paxton, and Vierling Steel Co.; Maysa Kantner, Atlanta steel Specialist, AISC; Anders Lasater, AIA, CEO and Principal Architect, Anders Lasater Architects; and Wanda Lau, Editor, Technology and Practice, ARCHITECT magazine.
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