Slow Moving Luminaries Art Basel
Eventstar Structures Medley, FL - Award of Excellence, Best in Category
Slow-Moving Luminaries was an art installation by renowned artist Lars Jans during Art Basel Week 2017 in Miami Beach. The installation was a collaboration with Audemars Piguet, and it highlighted luminous minimalist sculptures with abstractions of moving surrounding skyscrapers.
Removal, transport, treatment and final disposal of sewage sludge SEP-3090 from Ecopetrol Refinery at Barrancabermeja, Colombia, S.A.
TenCate Geosynthetics Americas Pendergrass, GA - Award of Excellence, Best in Category
The separating unit, in addition to receiving storm water waste from the industrial area also converges as "fresh" catalysts of the UOPI cracking unit, which, according to reports from the refinery operation, presents problems in the loading process of the hoppers, as well as sludge of the U-2900 water plants, by dragging or disposing of …
Contamination Cover, Inner Line and Soft Cover Assembly, IPT
AR Tech, Div. of A&R Tarpaulins Inc. Fontana, CA - Award of Excellence, Best in Category
The contamination covers for the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) were produced through a contract awarded from Northrop Grumman. The JWST is set to launch in the year 2021 and will be NASA’s premier observatory that will be serving thousands of astronomers worldwide to help study every phase in the history of the Universe. With …
Capital Square Podium
Fabritecture (UFS Australasia Pty Ltd T/A Fabritecture) Varsity Lakes, QLD - Award of Excellence, Best in Category
In the heart of Perth’s CBD, the Capital Square podium was part of an overall development of 3 office towers and the Podium building. The project was designed to create a residential & commercial hub in the heart of Perth’s CBD. The towers are on the corner of Mount Street and Spring Street in Perth, …
Fabric Images, Inc. - Award of Excellence, Best in Category
Making its debut at Comic-Con in San Diego, this large pineapple “house” offered a playful environment that brought attendees, both kids and adults, to a familiar place under the sea. With a footprint of 19ft x17.25ft and standing 22ft in height, the pineapple was a focal point within the exhibit. Its vivid fabric graphics captured …