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King Street Station recieves a 2013 AIA Jury Recognition for Restoration

King Street Station

EverGreene’s project with ZGF Architects at King Street Station in Seattle just received a Jury Recognition award from AIA for restoration. EverGreene performed the original feasibility and plaster studies, historic plaster ornament cataloging and restoration, and on-site casting, replication, and installation of all the ornament to return the space to its 1906 original design. Click to see some of our work in action at the King Street Station Restoration.

The AIA Jury writes…

“This special award is presented for the restoration of Seattleā€™s King Street Station which resulted in a historic building receiving LEED platinum certification. The jury recognizes the difficulty of restoring a building of this quality and the outstanding preservation effort to give renewed life to this important civic landmark. The architects did an excellent job of restoring the building to its previous elegance through strict attention to details and material selection. Great credit goes to all the craftspeople involved in restoring this magnificent structure.”

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