To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the NACIA Awards, the copper, architectural and construction industries, and the general public selected 10 top projects from the last decade, which feature a mix of historic and modern buildings using copper. Among the award-winning copper projects were two museums, a medical facility, two city hall buildings and an academic library. The 10th anniversary award winners include:
- Canadian National War Museum
- Currie & Mackenzie Buildings, RMC
- Filene Center at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts
- Harvard University Tozzer Library
- Health Sciences Education Building on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus
- Kansas Statehouse Copper Dome and Roof Replacement
- Milwaukee City Hall
- Montreal City Hall
- Natural History Museum of Utah
- Private Residence
The NACIA building projects were judged by a panel of architectural and copper industry experts. Entries were evaluated based upon overall building design, integration of copper, craft of copper installation and excellence in innovation or historic restoration.
CDA hosted an awards ceremony in Orlando on April 27. To view each project, including photos and profiles, visit the CDA website.