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    Brick Awards 2008

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    The Acme Brick Company Headquarters, designed by Gideon Toal, Inc.
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    Embellished brick courses add texture to the exterior of the Acme Brick Headquarters.
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    Landscape Architecture Bureau's work in Cady's Alley, Washington, D.C., received top honors in the paving and landscape awards category.
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    Although its origins lie in Georgetown's industrial past, Cady's Alley now provides pedestrian and service access to several small mixed-use projects.
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    The finished surface of Cady's Alley includes edge-laid brick on either side of a central cobblestone path.
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    York Hospital's Patient Care Tower in York, Pennsylvania, designed by TRO Jung Brannen.
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    The architects' use of brick connects the new 327,000-square-foot (30,400-square-meter) inpatient tower to other buildings on the York Hospital campus.
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    The new addition to York Hospital replaces all the acute-care facilities previously housed in other buildings on the campus.
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