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Clevenger Wins Craftsmanship Award for the Woodrow Wilson Center Project

The Washington Building Congress 43rd Annual Craftsmanship Awards banquet was held on March 12th, 1999, at the Hilton and Towers, Washington, DC. Clevenger Corporation was named a winner in the Finishes division. Clevenger carpenters were honored for their outstanding craftsmanship: · Edward Atkins · Kenneth Cantrell · Donald Good · Mike Good · Leroy Hackley · Charles Turner, Jr. Woodrow Wilson Center Award Information Award Winners: Edward Atkins, Kenneth Cantrell, Donald Good, Mike Good, Leroy Hackley, Charles Turner, Jr. Project: Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington, DC Architect: Ellerbe Becket General Contractor: Structure Tone Inc. The project's atrium pilasters and columns are interconnected via reveals and detailing to one another, and the surrounding atrium soffits. The attention to layout and execution of details continues to the atrium's coffered ceiling. Included in the atrium area are such marks of craftsmanship as the suspended stairway enclosure composed of soffits and bulkheads in slightly radiused configurations, and the sloped plaster columns coordinated with GRG capitols and drywall bases.
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Clevenger Wins Craftsmanship Award for

the Woodrow Wilson Center Project

The Washington Building Congress 43rd Annual Craftsmanship Awards banquet was held on March 12th, 1999, at the Hilton and Towers, Washington, DC. Clevenger Corporation was named a winner in the Finishes division. Clevenger carpenters were honored for their outstanding craftsmanship: · Edward Atkins · Kenneth Cantrell · Donald Good · Mike Good · Leroy Hackley · Charles Turner, Jr. Woodrow Wilson Center Award Information Award Winners: Edward Atkins, Kenneth Cantrell, Donald Good, Mike Good, Leroy Hackley, Charles Turner, Jr. Project: Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington, DC Architect: Ellerbe Becket General Contractor: Structure Tone Inc. The project's atrium pilasters and columns are interconnected via reveals and detailing to one another, and the surrounding atrium soffits. The attention to layout and execution of details continues to the atrium's coffered ceiling. Included in the atrium area are such marks of craftsmanship as the suspended stairway enclosure composed of soffits and bulkheads in slightly radiused configurations, and the sloped plaster columns coordinated with GRG capitols and drywall bases.
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