CMAA Honors Outstanding Projects of the Year

McLean, VA, October 10, 2017 – The Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) recognized 17 projects for outstanding achievements in construction management at its National Conference & Trade Show in Washington, DC. Chosen from among these Project Achievement Award Winners, the Project of the Year was the New United States Courthouse in Los Angeles, CA.

In addition, the awards judges singled out another project for special recognition, bestowing CMAA’s first Power of Community Award on the new elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, which replaced Sandy Hook Elementary, the scene of a terrible tragedy in 2012. The project is owned by the Town of Newtown, CT. CM was performed by STV|DPM along with Consigli Construction and Svigals + Partners Architects.

The 2017 Project Achievement Award winners are:

Commercial/Sports/Entertainment/Hospitality: Construction value greater than $50 million
Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of
Science
Owner: Miami Science Museum, Miami, FL
CM: Hill International, Inc.

Commercial/Sports/Entertainment/Hospitality: Construction value less than $50 million
Pepsi Center Courtside Club and Storage Annex, Denver, CO
Owner: Kroenke Sports and Entertainment
CM: Turner Construction Company

Education: Construction value greater than $50 million
Tahoma High School, Tahoma, WA
Owner: Tahoma School District
CM: OAC Services

Education: Construction value less than $50 million
Racine Unified School District Three School Project, Racine, WI
Owner: Racine USD
CM: Riley Construction Company, Inc.

Education: Construction value less than $10 million
University of Hartford Mortensen & Allen Libraries Addition and Renovation
Owner: University of Hartford
CM: Shawmut Design & Construction

Environmental: Construction value greater than $50 million
Folsom Dam Auxiliary Spillway Phase IV, California
Owner: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
CM: USACE and Kiewit Infrastructure West

Environmental: Construction value less than $50 million
Puerto Rico Dump, Saipan, Mariana Islands
Owner: U.S. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI)
CM: GHD, Inc.

Government: Construction value greater than $50 million
New United States Courthouse, Los Angeles, CA
Owner: U.S. General Services Administration
CM: Jacobs

Government: Construction value less than $50 million
Irrigation, Drainage, Water Collection, and Landscape, Phases 2 and 3, National Mall & Memorial Parks, Washington, DC
Owner: National Parks Service
CM: Alpha Corporation

Healthcare: Construction value greater than $50 million
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, San Diego, CA
Owner: Kaiser Permanente
CM: Hensel Phelps

Healthcare: Construction value less than $50 million
The Cardwell Collaborative Building, El Paso, TX
Owner: Medical Center of the Americas Foundation (MCA)
CM: The Broaddus Companies

Residential/Mixed-Use: Construction value greater than $50 million
Atlantic Yards B2, 461 Dean Street, Brooklyn, NY
Owner: Forest City Ratner Companies
CM: Turner Construction

Residential/Mixed-Use: Construction value less than $10 million
New York City Public Housing Security Enhancements, New York, NY
Owner: New York City Housing Authority
CM: STV, Inc.

Transportation: Construction value greater than $50 million
Transportation Investment Act – Band One
Owner: Georgia Department of Transportation
CM: AECOM

Transportation: Construction value less than $50 million
Rehabilitation of Four Bridges, Route 8, Bridgeport, CT
Owner: Connecticut Department of Transportation
CM: Manafort Brothers, Inc. and WSP USA

Transportation: Construction value less than $10 million
River Watch Parkway Improvements, Augusta, GA
Owner: Georgia Department of Transportation
CM: AECOM

Water/Wastewater: Construction value less than $50 million
Butte-Silver Bow WWTP Phase 2 MBR Upgrades, Helena, MT
Owner: Butte-Silver Bow County
CM: Morrison-Maierle

 

CMAA is dedicated to advancing professional construction and program management worldwide. Its membership is made up of over 16,000 public and private organizations, owners and individual practitioners. CMAA provides professional development, certification, advocacy, and business opportunities to its members and the entire CM industry. CMAA's headquarters is located in McLean, VA, USA.

 

 

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