CORNISH COMMONS, CORNISH COLLEGE OF THE ARTS - This category of the Innovator Award in Most Creative Public/Private Financing is awarded to the most creative public/private financing of an on-campus student housing project that proves best to how the financing solution allowed the project to move forward and what financing techniques and strategies were used to overcome obstacles in arriving at a financing solution that worked for all stakeholders.
CORNISH COMMONS, CORNISH COLLEGE OF THE ARTS - Voted the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce’s Building of the Year in 2015, Cornish Commons is a 20-story mixed-used, high-rise structure providing more than 430 beds of housing and nearly 17,000 sf of academic space for Cornish College of the Arts.
THE CARDINAL AT WEST CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS - This category of the Innovator Award in Best Architecture is awarded to the best architecture and design in a 300-bed or more project that proves best how project blends form and function; fits into the campus fabric and how the project uses green features to both serve the mission of the college/university as a forward-thinking institution as well as achieve operations and management cost savings.
CENTENNIAL HALL AND FALCON HEIGHTS, BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY - MFE received more than 200 nominations in the 2012 competition year. In the student category, Centennial Hall and Falcon Heights was honored with the Merit Project of the Year award.
FAIRVIEW SUITES, LOCK HAVEN UNIVERSITY - The Master Builders’ Association Building Excellence awards are awarded to projects that best illustrate teamwork, how difficult challenges were met, client satisfaction, the project’s special characteristics and safety.
THE HEIGHTS, MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY - The American Council of Engineering Companies’ (ACEC) annual Engineering Excellence Awards competition recognizes engineering firms for projects that demonstrate an exceptional degree of innovation, complexity, achievement and value. Projects from all across the world are rated on the basis of: uniqueness and/or innovative application of new or existing techniques; future value to, and enhancing public awareness/ enthusiasm for the engineering profession; social, economic, and sustainable development considerations; complexity; and successful fulfillment of client/owner’s needs, including schedule and budget.
THE HEIGHTS, MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY - Through the utilization of a public/private partnership, the Montclair State University – Capstone team were able to deliver this project within a greatly accelerated time frame, at substantial savings, all while maintaining project quality.
THE HEIGHTS, MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY - The award highlights innovative, pioneering and landmark construction initiatives that greatly impact New Jersey's economy. Additionally, it honors businesses and organizations that work together as partners to ensure a project’s success. Read More