CMAA Honors 14 Outstanding Projects

The Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) is pleased to announce it has recognized 14 projects for outstanding achievements in construction management.

The 2020 Project Achievement Award winners are:

Commercial/Sports/Entertainment/Hospitality: Construction value greater than $50 Million
Boeing V-22 Osprey Future Factory – Historic Production Building Renovation
Owner: Boeing
CM: STV

Commercial/Sports/Entertainment/Hospitality: Construction value less than $50 Million
Fifth Third Center Chicago
Owner: Fifth Third Bank
CM: Fifth Third Bank

Commercial/Sports/Entertainment/Hospitality: Construction value less than $50 Million
Riverfront Park U.S. Pavilion
Owner: City of Spokane, Wash.
CM: Hill International

Education: Construction value greater than $50 Million
Collin College Wylie Campus
Owner: Collin College
CM: AECOM

Education: Construction value less than $50 Million
Veterans Memorial Elementary School
Owner: Parkland (Pa.) School District
CM: Alvin H. Butz, Inc.

Government: Construction value greater than $50 Million
Wyoming State Capitol Complex Renovation
Owner: State of Wyoming
CM: MOCA Systems

Government: Construction value less than $50 Million
Los Angeles National Cemetery Urban Initiative Phase 1
Owner: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
CM: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Healthcare: Construction value greater than $50 Million
Boston Hope
Owner: Commonwealth of Massachusetts, City of Boston, Partners Health
CM: Suffolk Construction

Healthcare: Construction value less than $50 Million
Mount Nittany Medical Center - Cardiovascular Pavilion
Owner: Mount Nittany Health
CM: Alexander Building Construction Co.

Transportation: Construction value less than $50 Million
Issaquah SE 62nd Street Extension
Owner: City of Issaquah, Wash.
CM: KBA, Inc.

Transportation: Construction value greater than $50 Million
Bellevue Downtown Tunnel
Owner: Sound Transit
CM: McMillen Jacobs Associates

Transportation: Construction value less than $10 Million
Rehabilitation of Four Housatonic Railroad Bridges
Owner: Connecticut Department of Transportation
CM: AI Engineers

Water/Wastewater/Utility: Construction value greater than $50 Million
Temecula Valley Regional Water Reclamation Facility 23 MGD Expansion Project
Owner: Eastern Municipal Water District
CM: TRC Companies

Water/Wastewater/Utility: Construction value less than $50 Million
Dry Creek WWTP Nitrate Reduction Improvements
Owner: City of Roseville, Calif.
CM: Brown & Caldwell

The award winners will be recognized October 16 on the last day of CMAA2020 – CM:More Than Ever during the CMAA Awards Presentation and Closing Session. Award winners serve as examples for CMAA to promote professionalism and excellence in the management of the construction process.

About CMAA

CMAA is dedicated to improving our nation’s infrastructure by advancing professional construction and program management worldwide. Its membership is made up of public and private organizations, owners, and 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.