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City Hall Renovation wins Wood Design Award
|Mayor Larry Jangula and architect Martin Hagarty with Wood Works Award for Courtenay City Hall renovation |
The dramatic renovation of Courtenay City Hall, designed by architect Martin Hagarty, has won a prestigious Wood Design Award in the Western red cedar category from Wood WORKS! BC.
The jury described the project as "an astounding transformation, highlighting how Western red cedar can transform something so drab into something so beautiful."
Mayor Larry Jangula accepted the award on behalf of the City at the gala event at the Vancouver Convention Centre on March 5, 2012. Architect Martin Hagarty was recognized at the Courtenay City Council meeting on March 12, 2012.
To find out more about the Wood Design Award and the 2012 winners, visit:
From their website:
"Wood WORKS! is a national industry led initiative of the Canadian Wood Council, with a goal to support innovation and provide leadership on the use of wood and wood products. The annual Wood Design Awards of BC aim to honor excellence in wood-based projects and to recognize the people and organizations that are pioneering and achieving this objective."
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Thursday, August 16, 2012,1:01 PM
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