Adam Cryer, co-founding principal of Pinnacle, has been named to Building Design + Construction’s Class of 2014 Forty Under 40. Adam’s combination of firm leadership, project management, and extracurricular volunteer activities has made him an indispensable part of the Pinnacle team, and well deserving of this recognition.
To read more about Adam, and the rest of the Class of 2014, check out the link below:
Pinnacle recently published an article in Structural Engineer magazine, titled ‘Built to Tilt’, discussing the recently completed Kelsey-Seybold administration facility and how tilt-up construction was instrumental in the design process. Please see the link below for the full article:
Structural Engineer – Built to Tilt
One of Pinnacle’s restoration projects, located at 500 Fannin Street, won 2 HBJ Landmark awards at this month’s awards banquet. Pinnacle teamed with Fretz Construction and Ziegler Cooper Architects to produce a winning project in both the Rehabilitation/Renovation and the Historic Renovation categories.
Click below for a link to the Houston Business Landmark Awards 2013:
Last Thursday, Preservation Houston awarded the 500 Fannin Restoration, one of our projects with Ziegler Cooper and Fretz Construction, a 2013 Good Brick Award for excellence in historic preservation.
St. Martha Catholic Church Sanctuary was recently featured in Wood Design & Construction magazine.
EagleBurgmann HQ makes the cover of Tilt-Up Today magazine’s Winter Issue. All structural design on the project was completed by Pete Dean, P.E., one of Pinnacle’s project managers.
Houston Chronicle article on the recently completed 27 Mott Lane, designed by Pinnacle’s John Baber, P.E. and Stern & Bucek Architects.
Pinnacle’s Christ the Redeemer Sanctuary project makes the cover of AISC’s Modern Steel Construction June 2011 issue. Article link: