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Awards

Year Project Organization Award
2010 I-80 West Approach to Bay Bridge California Transportation Foundation Transportation Project of the Year
2010 POLB Pier A West (Area 2) Interim Source Removal Action CMAA Southern California Chapter Project Achievement Award
2009 LAPD Headquarters Cal/OSHA Golden Gate Partnership Recognition
2008 LAPD Headquarters Los Angeles Department of Public Works Certificate of Recognition Local Hire/Apprenticeship Hire
2007 I-80 West Approach to Bay Bridge Caltrans District 4 Excellence in Partnering
2007 I-80 West Approach to Bay Bridge California Transportation Foundation Tranny Award for Public Outreach
2004 BART Extension to San Francisco International Airport American Society of Civil Engineers Outstanding Civil Engineering Transportation Project in the State of California
2003 Pier 400 Container Facility, Berths 401-403, Port of Los Angeles Western Council of Construction Consumers Distinguished Project Award
2002 UCLA Westwood Replacement Hospital Los Angeles Chapter AIA Project Team of the Year
1997 San Francisco International Parking Structure American Public Works Association Public Works Project of the Year
1994 Seven Oaks Dam Outlet/Diversion Tunnel U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Construction Contractor of the Year

Project Awards to Designers and Owners

San Francisco International Terminal (Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill)

  1. "Honor Award for Interior Architecture" - AIA - San Francisco Chapter (2002)
  2. "Award for Graphics & Wayfinding Signage" - AIA (2002)
  3. "Excellence in Structural Engineering" - Graphics International Design Annual (2002)
  4. "Honor Award for Interior Architecture" - AIA (2002)
  5. "Honor Award for Architecture" - AIA (2002)
  6. "Award for Graphics & Wayfinding Signage" - British Council for Offices Conference, Bristol (2001)
  7. "Excellence in Structural Engineering" - Structural Engineers Association of California (2001)
  8. "Honor Award" - AIA - California Council (2001)
  9. "Engineering Excellence Award" - American Institute of Steel Construction (2001)
  10. "Innovative Design First Place Award" - American Institute of Steel Construction (2001)
  11. "Best of Show, Honor Award" - AIA - San Francisco Chapter (2001)
  12. "Best of Show, Honor Award" - AIA - San Francisco Chapter (2000)

Alameda Corridor (Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority)

  1. American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Award of Merit at 2003 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement (OCEA) Awards. The Corridor was one of six finalists competing for the OPAL Award.
  2. ACEC 2003 Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) – “Grand Award”
  3. Design-Build Institute of America – Project Award, 2003
  4. Excellence in Transportation, Caltrans, 2003
  5. Tranny's “Project of the Year Award,” California Transportation Foundation, 2003
  6. Consulting Engineers and Land Surveyors of California (CELSOC), Engineering Excellence Honor Award, 2003
  7. Dr. W.W. Hay Award for Excellence, American Railway and Engineering Maintenance-of-Way Association (AREMA), 2002
  8. Consulting Engineers and Land Surveyors of California, Orange County Chapter, (CELSOC), Award of Excellence, 2002
  9. Outstanding Project Award (First Place Runner Up), California Geotechnical Engineers, 2001
  10. Harbor Association of Industry and Commerce (HAIC) Salute to Industry Award, 2000
  11. American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) LA Section 2002 Outstanding Private Sector Civil Engineering Project Award.
  12. American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Metropolitan Los Angeles Branch 2001 Outstanding Private Sector Civil Engineering Project.
  13. International Right of Way Employer of the Year, presented to ACET, Chapter 1-Los Angeles 2002

The Alameda Corridor has received high praise from officials at all levels of government.

U.S. Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta called the Alameda Corridor "one of America's most significant transportation projects."

Los Angeles Mayor James Hahn said: "This is the model for the country on how to do public works projects."

House Rules Committee Chairman David Dreier declared the Alameda Corridor to be the "Silk Road of the Third Millennium."

Governor Gray Davis said: "It's an engineering marvel that will be studied all over the world."

Hyperion Treatment Plant (Black & Veatch)

  • Top Ten Public Works Projects of the Century for the Los Angeles Hyperion Treatment Plant from the American Public Works Association
  • Superior Achievement in Environmental Engineering Excellence for Hyperion Wastewater Quality Improvements from the American Academy of Environmental Engineers
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