Walter P Moore Projects Win 2022 PCI Design Awards

21 April 2022
Hipla q2 exterior 04 210609 webview

Three of our projects have been featured in The 2022 Precast Concrete Institute Design Awards.


For 59 years, the Precast Concrete Institute Design Awards have showcased and recognized the creative and innovative use of precast concrete. In 2022, 42 projects demonstrated design excellence, forward-thinking, and construction quality by utilizing precast concrete in all types of structures. This year, three of Walter P Moore’s projects were honored with a Design Awards in their respective chapters. 

St. Joseph Hospital North

The project included 316 architectural precast concrete pieces, with an additional feature of a three-dimensional, prefabricated precast concrete skin that pushed the boundaries between design and manufacturing. The design team used precast glass-fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) to ensure the columns had the same quality of architectural finish as the precast concrete panels.

Project Team

Baycare Health System, Owner
GATE Precast Company, Precast Concrete Producer
J & M Structural Engineers, LLC, Precast Concrete Specialty Engineer
HOK, Architect
Walter P Moore, Engineer of Record
Robins & Morton, General Contractor
W.W. Gay Mechanical Contractors, Inc, Erector

Q2 Stadium

Concurrent steel and precast concrete erection allowed construction to be completed in less than six months. The project included 117 architectural precast concrete wall panels and 577 structural precast concrete pieces. Both structural and architectural precast concrete were used in the project to deliver the desired aesthetics.

Project Team

Austin Football Club, Owner
Heldenfels Enterprises, Inc and Redondo Manufacturing, Precast Concrete Producers
CEG, Precast Concrete Specialty Engineer
Gensler, Architect
Walter P Moore, Engineer of Record
Austin Commercial LP, General Contractor
S&S Erectors, Erector

Carapace Pavilion

The project included five precast concrete elements for the high-seismic environment and because it’s in a national park, upkeep and repair requirements had to be minimal. The team designed a precast concrete structure that could meet all requirements while blending effortlessly into the curvilinear forms and colors of the natural rock landscape in the park.

Project Team

National Park Service, Owner
Clark Pacific, Precast Concrete Producer and General Contractor
Clipper Lab + Studio, USC School of Architecture, Architect
Walter P Moore, Engineer of Record
JVI, Inc, Associate Supplier

Stay updated on our latest insights, news, events, advancements, and successes we’ve achieved with our clients.