On Thursday, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) named the winners of this year's Design Awards, handed out every two years to the project teams involved in the development of federal buildings. The awards program, which began in 1990, added a new category this year called the 10 Year Award, which this year honors buildings "substantially completed" within the decade between 1995 and 2005.

The Design Awards jury comprised Debra Lehman Smith, founding partner of LSM in Washington, D.C.; Bill Calhoun, vice chairman and executive vice president of U.S.-based Clark Construction Group; Gordon Gill, founding partner of Chicago- and Beijing-based Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture; Judy Nitsch, the founding principal of Boston's Nitsch Engineering; Theo Prudon, FAIA, founder of Prudon & Partners in New York; and Vesela Sretenović, a senior curator of modern and contemporary art at the Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C.

10 Year Awards

Taylor Lednum/GSA John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse

John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners
Boston, Massachusetts

Lloyd D. George Federal Courthouse, Las Vegas, Cannon Dworsky Associates, 2000 (exterior)
Peter Aaron/Esto Lloyd D. George Federal Courthouse

Lloyd D. George United States Courthouse by Cannon Dworsky Associates (now CannonDesign)
Las Vegas, Nevada

Honor Awards

United States Coast Guard Headquarters
James and Connor Steinkamp United States Coast Guard Headquarters

United States Coast Guard Headquarters by Perkins+Will
Washington, D.C. (Honor Award in Planning)

Timmerman Photography Mariposa Land Port of Entry

Mariposa Land Port of Entry by Jones Studio
Nogales, Arizona (Honor Award in Architecture)

View from the west
Scott Frances / OTTO United States Courthouse Annex

United States Courthouse Annex by Thomas Phifer and Partners
Salt Lake City, Utah (Honor Award in Architecture; Honor Award in Interiors)

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill United States Courthouse

United States Courthouse by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Los Angeles, California (Honor Award, On the Boards)

Jeffrey Sauers Social Security Administration National Support Center

Social Security Administration National Support Center by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Urbana, Maryland (Honor Award in Engineering)

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Clara Barton Apartment

Clara Barton Apartment by Mills + Schnoering Architects
Washington, D.C. (Honor Award in Preservation)

Mattatuck Museum, Conn. New Deal Paintings

New Deal Easel Paintings by Page Conservation (restoration)
Washington, D.C. (Honor Award in Conservation)

Scott Frances Suspended Light Pillars

Suspended Light Pillars by James Carpenter Design Associates
United States Courthouse Annex, Salt Lake City, Utah (Honor Award in Art)

Citations

Chipper Hatter United States Land Port of Entry

United States Land Port of Entry by The Miller Hull Partnership
San Ysidro, California (Citation in Planning)

Wayne Johnson/Main Street Studio United States Courthouse

United States Courthouse by William Rawn Associates, Architects
Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Citation in Architecture)

Morgan Sheff Photography B.H. Whipple Federal Building

B.H. Whipple Federal Building by HGA Architects and Engineers (modernization); Cerny Associates (original building)
Fort Snelling, Minnesota (Citation in Engineering)

James and Connor Steinkamp United States Coast Guard Headquarters

United States Coast Guard Headquarters by Andropogon Associates and HOK (landscape architect); Perkins+Will (design architect)
Washington, D.C. (Citation in Landscape)

Adrian Wilson One World Trade Center

One World Trade Center by Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel, Architects (interiors); Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (building)
New York, New York (Citation in Workplace)

Christopher Payne/ESTO Conrad B. Duberstein U.S. Bankruptcy Courthouse

Conrad B. Duberstein U.S. Bankruptcy Courthouse by Mifflin Bell & James Wetmore (original building); Goody Clancy (restoration)
Brooklyn, New York (Citation in Preservation)

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David Sundberg Birch Bayh Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse

Birch Bayh Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse by John Hall Rankin and Thomas Kellogg (original building); EYP (renovation)
Indianapolis, Indiana (Citation in Preservation; Citation in Conservation)

Greg Hadley Photography St. Elizabeths Campus

St. Elizabeths Campus by Grunley Construction Co. (construction)
Washington, D.C. (Citation in Construction)

David Lauer Photography Planar Pavilion

Planar Pavilion by Andrea Zittel at the Denver Federal Center
Lakewood, Colorado (Citation in Art)

Nash Baker Number 123

Number 123 by Leonardo Drew at the Mickey Leland Federal Building
Houston, Texas (Citation in Art)