CMAA Honors Outstanding Projects of the Year

McLean, VA, USA – The Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) is pleased to announce it has recognized 13 projects for outstanding achievements in construction management at its National Conference & Trade Show in Las Vegas, NV.Newtown Creek photo

Chosen from among these Project Achievement Award Winners, the Project of the Year was the Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, in Brooklyn, NY. CM: Michael Baker Engineering Inc./APTIM Engineering/Gannett Fleming. Owner: NYC Department of Environmental Protection.

The 2018 Project Achievement Award winners are:

Transportation Project with a Construction Value Less Than $10 Million
Todds Lane/Big Bethel Road Intersection Improvements, Hampton, VA
CM: MBP
Owner: City of Hampton

Transportation Project with a Construction Value Less Than $50 Million
Runway 4R-22L Rehabilitation and Light Pier Replacement, Boston Logan International Airport, Boston, MA
CM: Stantec
Owner: Massport

Transportation Project with a Construction Value Greater Than $50 Million
TH 53 Relocation Project, Virginia, MN
CM: Kiewit Infrastructure Co.
Owner: Minnesota Department of Transportation

Education Project with a Construction Value Less Than $50 Million
Visual Culture, Arts, and Media Project, Haverford College, Haverford, PA
CM: Whiting-Turner Contracting Co.
Owner: Haverford College

Education Project with a Construction Value Greater Than $50 Million
San Diego State University Engineering & Interdisciplinary Sciences (EIS) Complex, CA
CM: O’Connor Construction Management/Clark Construction (Design-Builder)
Owner: San Diego State University

Water/Wastewater Project with a Construction Value Greater Than $50 Million
Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, Brooklyn, NY
CM: Michael Baker Engineering, Inc./APTIM Engineering/Gannett Fleming
Owner: NYC Department of Environmental Protection

Healthcare Project with a Construction Value Less Than $50 Million
Culinary Health Center, Las Vegas, NV
CM: O’Connor Construction Management
Owner: Culinary Health Fund

Commercial/Sports/Entertainment/Hospitality Project with a Construction Value Less Than $50 Million
Ritz-Carlton Chicago, IL
CM: JLL
Owner: JMB Financial Advisors

Commercial/Sports/Entertainment/Hospitality Project with a Construction Value Greater Than $50 Million
Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas
Owner/CM: City of San Antonio Department of Transportation & Capital Improvements

Government Project with a Construction Value Less Than $50 Million
Sidney R. Yates Federal Building Exterior Restoration Project, Washington, DC
CM: AFG Group
Owner: U.S. General Services Administration

Government Project with a Construction Value Greater Than $50 Million
Minnesota State Capitol Historic Preservation, St. Paul, MN
CM: MOCA Systems
Owner: State of Minnesota/MN Department of Administration

Residential/Mixed-Use Project with a Construction Value Greater Than $50 Million
Worth Hills Greek Village Phase 5, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX
CM: HOAR Program Management (HPM)
Owner: Texas Christian University

Environmental Project with a Construction Value Less Than $50 Million
New York City Subway Stairwell Protection Devices, Manhattan, NY
CM: AECOM
Owner: New York City Transit

The awards were presented during the CMAA National Conference & Trade Show in Las Vegas, NV. 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.