The Copper Development Association and the Canadian Copper & Brass Development Association announced the winners of its joint 2009 North American Copper in Architecture Awards.
Restored province capitols, train
stations and courthouses, along with new hospitals and university buildings are
among the projects recognized by U.S. and Canadian copper associations.
Development Association and the Canadian Copper & Brass Development Association announced the winners of its joint 2009 North
American Copper in Architecture Awards.
Recipients were judged by a panel of experts
on overall building design, integration of copper systems, installation, and
excellence in innovation or historic restoration. Thirty-four entries were
“We continue to see copper being used in
various building projects throughout North America because of its durability,
longevity and lasting beauty,” said Andy Kireta Jr., the Copper Development
Association’s vice president for building construction. “We received so many
great entries that it made judging this year’s awards program a difficult
task. We’re proud that copper remains the metal of choice by architects
in new building construction and renovation, in both interior and exterior
The full list of winning projects, with
photos, are available at theCDA or theCCBDA Web sites.