K&H Receives Multiple SEA-MW Awards
Keast & Hood received multiple honors during the 2017 Structural Engineers Association of Metropolitan Washington’s Awards Gala this past weekend.
Rachel Tyler, the firm’s newest Associate received the 2017 Rising Star Award, a prestigious award that recognizes a structural engineer who is positively impacting the profession of structural engineering, as well as the community and world. The award encompasses professional achievements, while also recognizing a positive, relatable role model for engineers by demonstrating a commitment to service and public outreach. It stretches beyond outstanding technical achievements within the office and extends to outstanding contributions to the engineering community and society as a whole.
The new Old Dominion University College of Education Building received a Merit Award in the New Construction $25-$75 Million category. This new signature building brings the College of Education to the heart of the Old Dominion campus, giving new identity to the cornerstone of the University.
The Milton & Catherine Hershey Conservatory at Hershey Gardens received a Merit Award in the New Construction Under $25 Million category. In addition to becoming the Garden’s new main entrance, the 16,000 SF building provides a year-round space for a number of education and exhibition areas.
Thank you to the Structural Engineers Association of Metropolitan Washington for a wonderful gala and congratulations to all of the evening’s award recipients!