Denver — Ware Malcomb, an award-winning international design firm, was recognized by the Tilt-Up Concrete Association (TCA) at the organization’s annual convention and awards gala Sept. 29 – Oct. 1, 2015.

Ware Malcomb was honored with a 25th Annual Tilt-Up Achievement Award for its work on the Prologis Stapleton Business Center North Building 1 located in Denver.  The tilt-up warehouse is a 402,398-square-foot speculative facility and incorporated several architectural features including lay-up panels, floating panels and spandrels that reach over 50 feet.  The corners of the building incorporated three-story recessed storefront glass, covered canopies, floating panels and bearing spandrels. The complexity of the architectural details required careful planning. As an outstanding example of tilt-up concrete construction, this project will be featured in TILT-UP Today Magazine.

“It is an honor to be recognized by TCA for our work on behalf of our clients,” said Matt Chaiken, Regional Director of Ware Malcomb’s Denver office. “The Prologis project is a perfect example of Ware Malcomb’s longstanding experience designing tilt-up facilities throughout North America. The detail and precision that went into designing this warehouse is a true testament to our team’s innovation and keen design eye.”

In addition to winning an Achievement Award at the gala, the firm participated in TCA’s community project dedication ceremony on October 1 for a new Hurricane Sandy Memorial in New Jersey, for which Ware Malcomb served as Architect of Record.

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