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Lydig Construction was the construction grand award winner for transforming a mid-1970s Seattle parking garage into a data center. Lydig was the category winner for private buildings between $50 million-$100 million.
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Associated General Contractors of Washington recognized some of the state’s most successful projects and people at its 2014 Build Washington Awards event, emceed by Dave Ross of KIRO radio at the Bellevue Hyatt Regency on May 15.
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“AGC is proud to once again recognize so many outstanding people, projects and safety programs,” said AGC President Joe Simmons of Joseph S. Simmons Construction.
“What we are really celebrating is teamwork, and the outstanding partners who have played a critical role in the success of some complex and challenging projects.”
The grand award for construction went to Lydig Construction of Bellevue for the 2020 Fifth Avenue Data Center project. Centennial Contractors Enterprises of Fife received the grand award for safety. Lease Crutcher Lewis won the AGC-Moss Adams Service to the Community Award.
Brandon Dully with Guy F. Atkinson Construction was named project manager of the year, Brett Armstrong of Exxel Pacific was named superintendent of the year, and Joe Sadler, also of Exxel Pacific, received the Brian Salsgiver Safety Professional of the Year award.
Judges for the safety excellence awards were Sathy Rajendran from Central Washington University, Ken-Yu Lin from the University of Washington, Anne Soiza from the state Department of Labor and Industries, and Eliot Lapidus from the Oregon Columbia Chapter of AGC.
Construction excellence award judges were Paula Hammond from Parsons Brinckerhoff, Ben Minnick from the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, Russ Hazzard from MulvannyG2 Architecture, Brian Ziegler from Pierce County Public Works and Utilities, and Ed Simpson from Western Washington University.
Moss Adams LLP sponsors the AGC Build Washington Awards program.