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
SOUTH CAMPUS COMMONS (BUILDING 7), UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND COLLEGE PARK - In the student category, the finished product culminated in a grand award for the seventh, and final, building of South Campus Commons.
TAYLOR PLACE, ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY - Projects are judged for Design/engineering/construction quality and excellence and how the Building Team collaborated to overcome obstacles and make the project succeed.
TAYLOR PLACE, ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY - A three-party public/private partnership between the developer, the university, and the City of Phoenix kept Taylor Place on the fast track, allowing students to move in just 15 months after groundbreaking.