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PCL Construction Services was the construction grand award winner for its work on the Delta Air Lines Sky Club at Sea-Tac Airport. PCL was also the category winner for private buildings between $20 million and $50 million.
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PCL, Centennial take top AGC awards
Associated General Contractors of Washington recognized the chapter’s top individual and company performances in construction and safety excellence, innovation and community service over the past year at the Build Washington Awards, held at Seattle’s Museum of Flight on May 25.
May 26, 2017
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"It's a real treat each year to see so many examples of challenges met and quality work delivered by our members in construction, safety, community service and innovation, as well as the individual awards that are so well deserved," said AGC President Jake Jacobson of Osborne Construction Co.
PCL Construction Services received the construction grand award for their work on the Delta Air Lines Sky Club at Sea-Tac Airport.
Centennial Contractors Enterprises earned the safety grand award for their demonstrated commitment to, and leadership in, construction safety.
Absher Construction Co. won the AGC/Moss Adams Service to the Community award, and Kiewit/General/Manson received the innovation award for the state Route 520 floating bridge project.
Steve Garrett of Turner Construction Co. was superintendent of the year, Jim Zusy of Guy F. Atkinson Construction was project manager of the year, and Scott Kubiszewski of Swinerton Builders was the Brian Salsgiver Safety Professional of the Year.
Construction excellence judges were Marco Foster, Washington State Department of Transportation; Jessie Bresanhan, Pacific Project Management; David Glassman, Ankrom Moisan Architects; Bill Bender, University of Washington; and Mark D'Amato, DCI Engineers.
Safety excellence judges were Anne Soiza, Washington State Department of Labor & Industries; Jamie Stuart, National Electrical Contractors Association; Doug Buman, Laborers’ International Union of North America; and Curt Nead, Inland Northwest AGC.
The 2017 Build Washington Awards were sponsored by Moss Adams, HUB International and Dodge Data & Analytics.