W.G. Clark Construction earned the construction grand award for its work on the Ivar’s Pier 54 restaurant, shell and core renovation project on Seattle’s waterfront.
Associated General Contractors of Washington recognized the chapter's top individual and company performances in construction and safety excellence, technology and community service at its annual Build Washington Awards, held at Seattle's CenturyLink Field on May 26.
“It's always a pleasure each year to see and recognize the outstanding work of our member companies in construction, safety, technology and community service,” said AGC president Nancy Munro, of MidMountain Contractors.
W.G. Clark Construction earned the construction grand award for its work on the Ivar's Pier 54 restaurant, shell and core renovation project on Seattle's waterfront; Turner Construction Co. earned the safety grand award. The company also won the AGC/Moss Adams Community Service Award; GLY earned the Excellence in Technology award.
Kelly Alger, of PCL Construction Services, was superintendent of the year; Susan McCants, of Turner Construction, was project manager of the year; and Jeremy Taylor, of Turner Construction, was the safety professional of the year.
Construction excellence award judges were Brad Cornwell of RMC Architects; Bill Frare, of the Washington State Department of Enterprise Services; Dave Martin, of Central Washington University; Joseph Gildner, of Sound Transit; and Ben Minnick, of the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce.
Judges for the safety excellence awards were Anne Soiza, of the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries; Ken-Yu Lin, of the University of Washington College of Built Environments; Ed DeLach, of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration; and Doug Buman, of the Laborers' Health & Safety Fund of North America.
For more information, visit http://www.djc.com/special/agcawards2016/.