PCI Design Awards

The winners have been announced for the 2024 PCI Design Awards, celebrating outstanding achievements in design excellence and construction quality utilizing precast concrete. Three jury panels made up of architects, engineers, and precast concrete producers selected a total of 19 winners and 15 honorable mentions from a list of remarkable and innovative projects. The PCI Design Awards are a testament to the commitment and ingenuity of individuals and teams who leverage precast concrete and prefabrication in pushing the boundaries of design and construction. By honoring these accomplishments, it showcases the industry's dedication to embracing advanced technology and groundbreaking ideas. The winners represent the pinnacle of creativity and expertise within the precast concrete industry.

To explore the award-winning projects, visit the official winners page.

Wells Projects Recognized

See below to learn about two Wells projects that were recognized this year.

Lucy Gonzalez Parsons Apartments
(Multi-Family Design)

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This affordable housing complex aims to not only enhance the neighborhood with its distinctive design but also to address the pressing need for affordable, high-quality housing in the city.

Congratulations to our award-winning project team partners:
Linn-Mathes Inc
Nayyar & Nayyar
Bickerdike Redevelopment Corporation

Read more about how these apartments bring new creative energy to Logan Square.

Hudson Medical Center
(Honorable Mention)

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Hudson Medical Center is an expansive three-story state-of-the-art multi-tenant medical office building that stands as a distinguished total precast example, exemplifying the diverse aesthetic capacities of prefabrication to mimic any finish type desired.

Congratulations to our award-winning project team partners:
Amcon Construction
Innovative Structural Solutions
Hudson Physicians

Read more about the fusion of design and efficiency of this new medical office building.