Dina Kimble, president of AGC of California’s state board of directors and president/CEO of Royal Electric Co.
(Photo courtesy of Jayrol San Jose/AGC of California.)
The Associated General Contractors of California (AGC of California) announced the winners of the prestigious Constructor Awards and Achievement Awards at the Fairmont San Francisco, at its annual black-tie Installation & Awards Gala honoring the year's best in the construction industry.
"Every year, AGC of California celebrates the construction industry's innovators who are leading the way in building our state," said Dina Kimble, 2022-2023 AGC of California State Board president. Kimble, president and chief executive officer of Royal Electric Company, was elected to serve her second term as president of AGC of California's State Board. "This year, we recognize a diverse group of people and projects that represent how many facets of California life construction affects," she said.
Peter Tateishi, CEO of AGC of California.
AGC of California's prestigious Constructor Awards program recognizes members' achievements for their skill, unique undertakings and ability to address the most difficult challenges contractors encounter during project development. Only one prestigious constructor sculpture is awarded in each category during AGC of California's Installation & Awards Gala.
AGC of California's Achievement Awards honor individuals for outstanding contributions to the construction industry. The Construction Education Friend Award recognizes individuals who make outstanding contributions to construction education efforts and the development of the future construction workforce.
"This year's award recipients represent the diverse ways that people and the projects they build contribute to our communities," said Peter Tateishi, chief executive officer of AGC of California. "Each of our winners reflects the ingenuity and originality that the construction industry needs to build a brighter future for the state of California."
This year, AGC of California offers its appreciation and congratulations to the following recipients:
AGC of California's 2023 Constructor Awards
Specialty Under $10 Million
Caliagua Inc. AMC: Site Work & Rail Systems Project
Specialty $10 Million & Over
Royal Electric Company: SFO Runway 10L-28R
Heavy Civil $15 Million & Under
Granite Construction Company: Highway 101 Multi-Use Path Overcrossing at Adobe Creek
Heavy Civil $15 Million to $100 Million
Flatiron Construction: State Route 710 Freeway Widening & Rehabilitation
Heavy Civil $100 Million & Over
Skanska: Regional Connector Transit Project
Builder $15 Million to $75 Million
Otto Construction: Stanislaus State Vasché Library Renovation
Builder $75 Million to $200 Million
Hensel Phelps: LAX Airport Police Facility
Builder $200 Million & Over
Turner Construction Company: New Natural Resources Headquarters
Excellence in Partnering
Granite Construction Company: State Route 99 Cosumnes Bridge Replacement Project
AGC of California's 2023 Achievement Awards
Harry Eckstein Safety Professional of the Year Award
Tod Decker: Blois Construction Inc.
S.I.R. Achievement Award (Skill, Integrity & Responsibility)
Jose Mejia: California State Council of Laborers (Retired).
Construction Education Friend Award
Emiliano Sanchez: Oakland Unified School District
Associate Achievement Award
Dr. Giovanna Brasfield: Brasfield & Associates
Specialty Contractor Achievement Award
Nataline Lomedico: Giroux Glass Inc.
Contractor Achievement Award
Dan McGrew: Griffith Company (Retired).
For more information, visit https://www.agc-ca.org/sites/2023-installation/
About the Associated General Contractors of California
Since 1920, the Associated General Contractors of California (AGC of California) has worked alongside members to provide advocacy, education, career development, and networking opportunities to experienced and next generation construction and contracting professionals. AGC of California advocates for contractors with state and local governments, while helping members connect with industry leaders through services, innovative programs and events. Learn more at www.agc-ca.org.
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