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Hospitals/Healthcare Winner

Onyx Building Group, Inc.

Sharp Innovation and Education Center

Architect: Hanna Gabriel Wells Architecture

General Contractor: McCarthy Building Companies Inc.

Suppliers: Westside Building Materials, Sunshine Supply Co.

WWCCA Affiliates: Sunshine Supply Co., Westside Building Materials

Sharp Innovation features state-of-the-art spaces, an auditorium and conference rooms; a Simulation Center to enhance caregiver knowledge and skills; a Technology Immersion Lab for open-access research and demonstrations; and community engagement facilities to serve San Diegans.
Disney P28 is a new buildout at Toon Town in Disneyland. The applicator performed framing, sheathing, insulation, waterproofing, lath, plaster, GFRC, GFRP, and GFRG. This project was difficult due to the coordination of all trades working together and trying to provide a product Disney was looking for.
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Commercial Interior & Exterior Winner

Pacific Wall Systems, Inc.

Chino Distribution Center

Architect: The Haskell Company

General Contractor: The Haskell Company

Suppliers: Foundation Building Materials

WWCCA Affiliates: Foundation Building Materials, CEMCO

A new 5½ million dollar distribution center consists of 6 different buildings to form a new 25-acre campus. Our team performed interior and exterior metal framing, drywall, bullet board, insulation, and acoustical ceilings, which included high-end lobby finishes, rotunda entryways, and compound radius arches to bring this project to life.
6th & San Julian addresses the widespread homeless population of downtown Los Angeles. 6th and utilizes modular construction. The concept of community is at the core of the project’s design. Each prefabricated module is articulated individually on the façade, giving identity to the resident within it.
The renowned Hollywood Palladium has recently undergone a comprehensive revitalization, to maintain its prominent position within the city’s entertainment scene. This ambitious renewal effectively struck a balance between preserving the venue’s historic character and updating its visual appeal and facilities.
Central to the success of this project is the exceptional finish design featured in both the Terrace and Tunnel Suites. This includes the meticulous use of venetian and acoustical plaster, crown molding, GFRG (Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum) panels, and an overall ceiling design that ties the entire aesthetic together.
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TI Winner

Performance Contracting, Inc.

Crypto Arena Refresh

Architect: Gensler & MEIS

General Contractor: PCL Construction

Suppliers: Armstrong, Clark Dietrich, Hilti, Trim Tex

WWCCA Affiliates: Armstrong, Clark Dietrich, Hilti, Trim Tex

In this design, materials take on a dual role, capturing functionality with aesthetic ingenuity. The blade light installed were strategically positioned to create a unique pattern of light and shadow, transforming the atmosphere into a dynamic visual experience.
The architecture of the three-story building is designed to complement the style of older buildings on campus, including the adjacent Ethel Pope Auditorium, and includes a new bell tower. The facility contains forty-four 21st century classrooms, five science labs and a culinary arts classroom.
In this current and latest phase of the Whole Site Modernization, crews demolished the existing auditorium to create a three-story structure that will house twenty classrooms, a performing arts center, and a student services office suite.
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Mixed Use Winner

The Raymond Group

Horton Plaza

Architect: Retail Design Collaborative

General Contractor: Turner Construction

Suppliers: Foundation Building Materials

WWCCA Affiliates: CSI Scaffolding, Foundation Building Materials

Built in 1922, this 101-year-old building went through extensive structural and seismic upgrades to bring the theater back to its original look and feel. Originally built during the silent film era, the Egyptian Theater holds significant importance in the history of cinema, being the birthplace of the red carpet and the site of Hollywood’s first movie premiere for “Robin Hood” in 1922.
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Nevada Exteriors Winner



Architect: Bergman Wall & Associates

General Contractor: W.A. Richardson Builders (WARB)

WWCCA Affiliates: Action Gypsum, Hilti, L&W Supply, Moonlight Molds

At the heart of the $3.7 billion spectacular resort and casino is The Fontainebleau saga is one of perseverance; the building stood unopened and 70 percent complete for over a decade. Finally, in August 2021, when KHS&S rejoined the project for the third time, it proved to be a winning hand, and the team was on a fast track to completion including installing 457,000 square feet of EIFS.
The 18,600-seat bowl area is surrounded by a 16K resolution wrap-around immersive surface and speakers with beamforming and wave field synthesis technologies that take entertainment to new heights. Large spanning heights, sloping walls and ceilings, and double curved walls provided many challenges.
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Arizona Project of the Year Winner

MKB Construction, Inc.

GRIC Santan Mountain Casino

Architect: Steelman Partners

General Contractor: Penta Building Group

Suppliers: Foundation Building Materials, Moonlight Molds

WWCCA Affiliates: Foundation Building Materials, Moonlight Molds

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Project Under $500k Winner

Sharpe Interior Systems, Inc.


Architect: HLW

General Contractor: HBC

Suppliers: L&W Supply, Clark Dietrich, Hilti, USG, Moonlight Molds

WWCCA Affiliates: L&W Supply, Clark Dietrich, Hilti, USG, Moonlight Molds

This project includes a 14,000 square-foot multi-floor tenant improvement located in the heart of Beverly Hills.  This small space features modern, industrial tones throughout open and private offices, conference rooms, and artist and writing lounges. An interconnecting staircase comprised of vertical railing and raised wood tread leads down to the mezzanine floor.
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EIFS Winner

The Raymond Group

Job Name: Acrisure Arena

Architect: Populous

General Contractor: AECOM/Hunt

Suppliers: Parex, Westside Building Materials

WWCCA Affiliates: Parex, Westside Building Materials

Acrisure Arena is a new entertainment venue built for the American Hockey League, live music, and events. The arena, located in Thousand Palms, CA and the design of the building is Net-Zero Carbon Certified by the International Living Future Institute with a target certification of 2025.
Various ceilings (acoustical and metal) are sloped in different directions. The feature ceiling on Level 3 was especially a challenge. This ceiling consists of 21 individual ceilings, each having 4 unique ceiling elevations at each corner with panels sloping at numerous angles and a knife edge finish on the panels.
Chanel Rodeo was a high-profile project (featured in many magazines and tv shows), widely recognized by the public in and out of the luxury goods industry. This is the single largest retail store built to date on Rodeo Drive. The building looks fantastic inside and outside, sitting on the busy corner of Rodeo Drive & Brighton Way.
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Under 125K Hours


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125K-250K Hours

Onyx Building Group, Inc.

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Over 1 Million Hours

George M. Raymond Co. & Nevell Group, Inc.

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