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Top Copper Projects Awarded For Architectural Features

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The North American Copper in Architecture Awards program recently showcased the top U.S. and Canadian projects.

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In the Midwest Region, the 2010 award recipient was:

• Restoration/Renovation: Milwaukee City Hall, Milwaukee, Wis.

Architect: Engberg Anderson Architects, Milwaukee. Sheet Metal Contractor: Heather & Little Ltd., Markham, Ontario.

The projects were judged by a panel of architecture and copper industry experts, and the judging was based upon overall building design, integration of copper systems, craft of copper installation and excellence in innovation or historic restoration.

The awards program continues to attract entrants from across North America, with nearly 30 submissions received this year.

Projects ranged from luxury residential homes, government buildings, performing arts theaters and a professional football training facility.

 

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