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Construction Quality Award 2019: 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 2019 winners of AWCI’s Excellence in Construction Quality Awards.


 


Winning Project

350 Bush Street

San Francisco, California



AWCI Contractor

Patrick J. Ruane, Inc.



AWCI Team Members

California Expanded Metal Products (CEMCO)

ClarkDietrich

Foundation Building Materials

National Gypsum



Architects

Page & Turnbull Historic Architects

Heller Manus Architects



General Contractor

Hathaway Dinwiddie



Challenges Met

Restoration of the SF Banking Exchange building, which was built in 1923, required a complete survey, dimensioning and documentation of all the plaster an wood elements that were to be replaced in a completely new structure. This involved recasting more than 7,000 lf of new plaster moldings, and 20 large rosettes had to be restored and reinstalled. Also 12 large lay light panels were removed, restored and reinstalled. Design-building framing supported some 20,000 sf of drop and ceiling framing for all the wall/ceiling plaster to be reinstalled.



Total Man-Hours

16,000



Total Square Footage

6,000 sf



Materials Used

20,000 sf of substrate

10,000 sf of gypsum plaster

7,000 plaster moldings

4,000 sf of veneer plaster

2,000 sf of lath

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