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Construction Quality Award 2020: Interior Plaster

The Association of the Wall and Ceiling Industry’s Excellence in Construction Quality Awards demonstrate the craft and management expertise of AWCI contractors, the products of AWCI manufacturer members and the procurement skills of AWCI supplier members. Along with AWCI’s award partners—the Gypsum Association, the Steel Framing Industry Association and the EIFS Industry Members Association—AWCI and AWCI’s Construction Dimensions congratulate the 2020 winners of AWCI’s Excellence in Construction Quality Awards.


Winning Project


Javier’s at University Town Center, San Diego, California


AWCI Contractor

Raymond-San Diego, Inc.


AWCI Team Members

ClarkDietrich, L&W Supply, USG Corporation, Westside Building Material San Diego (AD Gypsum Supply Division)


Architect

Robinson Hill Architecture


General Contractor

PKJ Construction


Contractor Stats

11,025 Total Man-Hours

132 Weekdays on the Job

10,954 SF Total Project Floor Area


Materials Used

22,051 SF Gypsum Plaster

22,051 SF Lath

20,000 SF Veneer Plaster

22,051 SF Substrate


Unique Design

“The design, which captivated several elements from other Javier’s locations and aimed to elicit an old world ambiance, presented a very intricate project with curved walls and ceilings and carved plaster. Raymond-San Diego provided layout and framing relying not on precise building plans but on the imagination of the architect, ultimately creating the foundation for the high-end, custom textured finishes to come. Raymond-San Diego’s crew turned the hard lines of framing into a dreamscape of plaster.”

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