Three Weber Thompson projects receive awards in November

Weber Thompson receives three awards in November

Congratulations to the DATA 1, Arbora Court, and Stratus teams for picking up wins at the WASLA Awards and the NAIOP Night of the Stars Awards this month.

DATA 1 landscape won an Award of Merit in the General Design category at the WASLA Awards while also being named a finalist in the GRAY Awards Design For Good category. Arbora Court took home the Affordable Housing Development of the Year Award, and Stratus received the High Rise Development of the Year Award at NAIOP Night of the Stars ceremony.

We share this win with the full project team including our clients and consultants, thank you for helping us make these projects truly exceptional.

DATA 1 WASLA Award winner - Award of Merit
WASLA Award
DATA 1
Award of Merit, General Design
Client: COU, LLC
Contractor: Pennon Construction

GRAY Awards
Finalist, Design For Good


 

Stratus NAIOP Night of the Stars
NAIOP Night of the Stars
Stratus
High-Rise Residential of the Year
Client: GID
Contractor: Sellen Construction

 


 

Arbora Court NAIOP Night of the Stars Winner
NAIOP Night of the Stars
Arbora Court
Affordable Housing Development of the Year
Client: Bellwether Housing
Contractor: Walsh Construction

 

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