American Council of Engineering Companies Award
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Twenty-Four HDR Projects from Nine States Win 2019 ACEC Engineering Excellence Awards

Twenty-four HDR projects received 2019 Engineering Excellence Awards from nine state chapters of the American Council of Engineering Companies. The state chapters each recognize the winning project teams and clients at local awards ceremonies throughout the fall and winter.

Seventeen of the winning projects advanced to the national ACEC Engineering Excellence Awards competition, which culminates with the announcement of national award winners at the Engineering Excellence Awards Gala on May 7 in Washington, D.C. The gala, which recognizes the year’s most remarkable engineering achievements, is part of the 2019 ACEC Annual Convention.

The winning projects include:

Colorado
• I-70 Mountain Corridor Eastbound Express Lanes*, Excellence Award
• Conduit No. 18 Replacement, Honor Award

Iowa
• Sabula-Savana Mobility Project, Engineering Achievement Award

Montana
• Columbus Rapelje-Nye 115kV Transmission Line*, Honor Award

Nebraska
• Creighton University Pedestrian Bridge, Merit Award
• Flanagan Lake*, Honor Award
• Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center*, (Grand Award)
• Kaneko Entrance Addition, Merit Award
• Lincoln Autonomous MicroTransit Study, Merit Award
• Minne Lusa Pump Station*, Honor Award
• West Central Nebraska Traffic Incident Management (TIM), Merit Award

New York
• Governor Cuomo Bridge*, Diamond Award
• East Midtown Transportation Planning Study, Platinum Award

Ohio
• I-71 at MLK Drive Design-Build*, Outstanding Achievement Award

Oregon
• Infinity Loop*, Honor Award
• NE Alpine Avenue Reconstruction*, Grand Award
• West Vancouver Freight Access*, Grand Award

Texas
• San Pedro Culture Park*, Gold Award (co-submitted with Pape-Dawson Engineers)

Virginia
• Bridge Street Pump Station, Grand Award*

Washington
• Henderson CSO Reduction*, Silver Award
• Murray Wet Weather Facility*, Silver Award
• SR 520 West Approach Bridge North*, Gold Award
• Wildfire Risk Assessments*, Silver Award
• Yesler Way Bridge*, Silver Award

* denotes project advanced to national competition

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