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2009 Design-Build Award Winners

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Transportation Over $50 Million - National Design-Build Award

I-35W (St. Anthony Falls) Bridge

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Design-Builder:
Flatiron-Manson, a joint venture
Owner:
Minnesota Department of Transportation
Architect:
Figg Bridge Engineers Inc.
Engineer:
Figg Bridge Engineers Inc.
Specialty Contractors:
Cemstone
Case/Anderson
Bolander
Precision Testing
Highway Solutions
J&L
Meyer Contracting
Highway Technology
Polyphase/Mesaba
Nordic
PCI
Rainbow Inc.
O’Malley Construction, D’Fence
H&R Construction
Bituminous Roadways
ECI
Description:
Following the tragic collapse of the I-35W Bridge in August 2007, the Minnesota Department of Transportation selected the Flatiron-Manson joint venture team, with FIGG as the designer, to reconnect Minneapolis with a new 10-lane interstate bridge across the Mississippi River. The new 1,216-foot-long structure, with a twin precast segmental 504-foot main span, was safely completed in less than a year. The final product is a sustainable, redundant, high-strength, high-performance “smart bridge” equipped with vibrating wire strain gauges, accelerometers and chloride sensors which are embedded to monitor its anticipated 100-year service life.
 

Public Sector Building Over $25 Million - National Design-Build Award

City of Phoenix/Arizona State University, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

Phoenix, Arizona

Design-Builder:
Sundt Construction
Owner:
City of Phoenix
Architect:
HDR Architecture Inc. and Ehrlich Architects
Engineer:
HDR Architecture Inc.
Specialty Contractors:
Kearney Electric (University Mechanical)
K T Fabrication
Specialty Consultants:
Caruso Turley Scott Inc. (Structural)
Dibble & Associates (Civil)
Ten Eyck Landscape (Landscape Architecture)
McKay Conant Brook (Acoustics and Audio/Visual)
Papadimos Group (Vibration)
Description:
A large forum for public events, digital newsrooms and studios distinguish the City of Phoenix/Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Members of the Sundt, HDR, Ehrlich team collocated in a single office using an Integrated Project Delivery model to design and build the advanced 223,000-square-foot facility.
 

Public Sector Building Over $25 Million - Design-Build Excellence Award

Gwinnett Braves Stadium

Lawrenceville, Georgia

Design-Builder:
Barton Malow Company
Owner:
Gwinnett County Convention and Visitors Bureau
Architect:
HKS Inc.
Engineer:
Bliss & Nyitray
Planners and Engineers Collaborative Inc.
Specialty Contractors:
Audio System
Inglett & Stubbs
Musco Lighting
TSG Industries Inc.
SteelFab
Precision Turf
Precision Concrete Construction
Ivey Mechanical
Pyramid Masonry
Description:
The Gwinnett Braves moved their Class triple A farm team from Richmond, Virginia, into a new stadium built in Lawrenceville, Georgia, at a cost of $58.1 million. Completed on a fast-tracked schedule, the stadium consists of 7,777 seats and 2,500 beam seats, 3,000 parking spaces and 22 suites within the stadium.
 

Public Sector Building Over $25 Million - Design-Build Excellence Award

T.C. Williams High School

Alexandria, Virginia

Design-Builder:
Hensel Phelps Construction Co.
Owner:
Alexandria City Public Schools
Architect:
Moseley Architects
Engineer:
Moseley Architects
M.C. Dean
John J. Kirlin
Calvert Masonry
Engineered Construction Products, Ltd
National Fire Protections
P&P Contractors
Specialty Contractors:
AdTek
ECS
Description:
The design-build T.C. Williams High School is the City of Alexandria’s landmark and only high school. The three-story, 462,000-square-foot masonry and precast building – accompanied by a two-story, 143,000-square-foot parking structure – was constructed adjacent to the existing high school. This facility is slated to receive LEED Gold Certification, making it one of the first high schools in the nation to reach this level.
 

Public Sector Building Over $25 Million - Design-Build Excellence Award

BCT-H Brigade Battalion Headquarters, Fort Carson, Colorado

Fort Carson, Colorado

Design-Builder:
Hensel Phelps Construction Co.
Owner:
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Architect:
RNL Design
Specialty Contractors:
Puma Steel
Cobb Mechanical Contractors
Sturgeon Electric Inc.
Specialty Consultants:
Martin & Martin Inc.
AE Associates Inc.
RMH Group Inc.
Other Key Professionals:
Architectural Energy Corporation
Description:
Achieving enough points to acquire the prestigious LEED Gold certification, this design-build project consists of Classes A3 & B, multi-tenant, one-story/two-story/three-story government office building that houses the 1st Brigade Combat Team of the 4th Infantry Division’s administrative and command operations. The high security facility is home to a brigade headquarters, as well as six battalion headquarters at Fort Carson.
 

Public Sector Building Over $25 Million - Design-Build Merit Award

Rappahannock Regional Jail Expansion and Renovation

Stafford, Virginia

Design-Builder:
Balfour Beatty Construction
Owner:
Rappahannock Regional Jail Authority
Architect:
PSA-Dewberry
Engineer:
PSA-Dewberry
Hankins & Anderson
Specialty Contractors:
Tindall Corp.
ColonialWebb Contractors
Express Electric
Stanley Security Solutions
Cornerstone Detention Products
English Construction Co.
Description:
This $51.5 million project involved designing and constructing a large expansion and renovation to the Rappahannock Regional Jail on an aggressive 26-month schedule. Nearly 112,000 square feet of space was added while the existing jail remained in operation. Precast concrete components such as jail cells were used extensively for schedule efficiencies.
 

Public Sector Building Over $25 Million - Design-Build Merit Award

California State University, Los Angeles, Student Union Building

Los Angeles, California

Design-Builder:
Barnhart Inc., A Division of Heery International
Owner:
California State University Los Angeles, Student Union
Architects:
HMC Group
Tate, Synder Kimsey -Executive Architects
Engineers:
BFL Owen (Structural)
Penco Engineering (Civil)
M.A. Engineers (Mechanical)
Henrikson Owen & Associates (Electrical)
Specialty Contractors:
American Wrecking
Helix Electric
Zeen Plumbing & Piping
Control Air
McMahon Steel
SDI
Mitsubishi Western Painting
COSCO
J. Colavin & Sons
Diamond Services
Tustin Surveying
Description:
The $31 million, 100,587-square-foot California State University, Los Angeles, Student Union Building was constructed by the Barnhart Inc. design-build team in 2008. The four-story building replaces the original constructed in 1975, which was condemned. The building features impressive architecture, conference rooms, dining facilities, computer and fitness centers and lounge areas.
 

Public Sector Building Under $25 Million - Design-Build Excellence Award

MCRD Parris Island Retail Mall Complex

Parris Island, South Carolina

Design-Builder:
Haskell
Owner:
Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS)
Architect:
Haskell Architects and Engineers
Engineer:
Haskell Architects and Engineers
Description:
The Parris Island Retail Mall Complex is a 79,000-square-foot Marine Corps Exchange facility featuring multiple large retail sales areas, a convenience store with large cooler areas, fueling station, barber shop, travel services and food court with three restaurant concepts and a full kitchen. The building was designed to meet the Marine Corps Community Services new design guidelines for retail facilities, comply with strict Base architectural standards and meet anti-terrorism force protection requirements.
 

Public Sector Building Under $25 Million - Design-Build Excellence Award

USS Monitor Center at the Mariners' Museum

Newport News, Virginia

Design-Builder:
W. M. Jordan Company
Owner:
The Mariners' Museum
Architects:
James River Architects, PC (Design Architect)
Rancorn Wildman Architects, PLC (Architect of Record)
Engineers:
Koontz-Bryant, PC (Civil)
Speight, Marshall & Francis, PC (Structural)
Mathew J. Thompson III Consulting Engineers Inc. (MEP)
Specialty Contractors:
Zibits Studios Inc. (Scenic)
Kearney & Associates (Exhibit Casework)
Mediatronix (Audio Visual Hardware Specialist)
Northrop Grumman Newport News (USS Monitor Evocation)
Specialty Consultants:
DMCD (Exhibit Design)
Available Light (Lighting Design)
Foodservice Consultants Studio (Kitchen Consultant)
Other Key Professionals:
Chris Cunningham Photography Inc.
Description:
The USS Monitor Center is an exhibition and conservation center featuring one of the most comprehensive resources on the history of ironclad vessels. The Center tells the story of the USS Monitor through a rich array of original artifacts, archival materials, immersive multimedia experiences and recreated ship interiors
 

Public Sector Building Under $25 Million - Design-Build Merit Award

Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast – New Engineering Operations Center

Jacksonville, Florida

Design-Builder:
Haskell
Owner:
NAVFAC
Architect:
Haskell Architects and Engineers
Engineer:
Haskell Architects and Engineers
Description:
This project is a new 60,000-square-foot Naval Facilities Engineering Command Building located at Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. The new facility houses the Naval Facilities Engineering Command that was relocated from Charleston, South Carolina, along with the Naval Facilities Engineering Field Activity Southeast, Public Works Center Jacksonville and Regional Engineer staffs.
 

Private Sector Building Over $25 Million - National Design-Build Award

Pacific Beacon

San Diego, California

Design-Builder:
Clark Builders Group
Owner:
Pacific Beacon, LLC, a public/private partnership between the U.S. Navy and Clark Builders Group
Architect:
Torti Gallas and Partners
Engineer:
Flores Lund Consultants
Specialty Contractors:
AO Reed & Co.
Bergelectric Corporation Contractors & Engineers
T-Mar Construction dba Martin Corporation
Description:
Located at Naval Base San Diego, Pacific Beacon is a 1.2 million-square-foot residential complex with three high-rise buildings. The project accommodates nearly 2,000 sailors in 941 dual-master suite residences on an interconnected campus with ample outdoor social and recreation areas. Pacific Beacon is the Navy’s first Public-Private Ventures Program Project.
 

Private Sector Building Over $25 Million - Design-Build Excellence Award

Quechan Casino Resort

Winterhaven, California

Design-Builder:
ROEL Construction Co. Inc.
Owner:
The Quechan Indian Tribe
Architect:
Friedmutter Group
Engineers:
GSSI Structural Engineers
Dahl, Robins & Associates
MPE Engineering
Walsh Engineers
Rolf Jensen & Associates
Veneklasen Associates
Specialty Contractors:
The Lifestyle Companies
Neal Electric Corporation
Quality Cabinets & Fixture Co.
Collings Plumbing
The Raymond Group
Comfort Systems
Specialty Consultants:
Orness Design Group Inc.
Casino Food & Beverage Solutions
ROEL Consulting Services
Other Key Professionals:
Cumming Corporation (Construction Manager/Owner Representative)
Description:
The Quechan Casino Resort is the area’s largest convention and entertainment venue. Luxury design elements of stone, granite, stacked stone columns and wood beams appoint the five-story, 166-room hotel. Amenities include an expansive gaming area, lazy river pool, 24-hour cafe, sports bar, steakhouse, 1,200 person event center, water treatment and wastewater treatment facilities
 

Private Sector Building Over $25 Million - Design-Build Merit Award

St. Marks' School of Texas Campus Expansion

Dallas, Texas

Design-Builder:
The Beck Group
Owner:
St. Mark’s School of Texas
Architect:
CenterBrook/The Beck Group
Engineer:
Brandt Engineering
Specialty Consultant:
Brockett, Davis and Drake
Description:
The St. Mark’s School of Texas Campus Expansion project included the addition of two new buildings, interconnecting walkways, site improvements, landscaping and demolition and removal of two existing buildings. Construction progressed throughout the school year within 10 feet of existing in-use classroom buildings. Despite tight boundaries, construction was completed within 14 months
 

Private Sector Building Over $25 Million - Design-Build Merit Award

Chevron NorthPark Office Building

Covington, Louisiana

Design-Builder:
Clayco Inc.
Owner:
Chevron
Architect:
Forum Studio Inc.
Engineers:
LA Fuess Partners (Structural)
DEI Engineering (Civil)
Specialty Contractors:
Shambaugh & Son (Fire protection)
Specialty Consultants:
Dressler Engineering (Roof consultant)
Peter M Muller Inc. (Window consultant)
Other Key Professionals:
Barrier Contracting
Concrete Strategies Inc.
High Tech Electric
MCC Group
Cooper Steel
Robert Shaw
K Post Roofing
Oak Cliff Glass
Lasco
Description:
Located in Covington, Louisiana, this $80 million project consists of multi-story office wings, a central amenity area with a large meeting space, a full-service kitchen and a fitness center. The 300,000-square-foot facility serves as the headquarters for the Gulf of Mexico Operations for the Chevron Company that previously operated in New Orleans but had to relocate as a result of Hurricane Katrina.
 

Private Sector Building Under $25 Million - National Design-Build Award

Washington Christian Academy

Olney, Maryland

Design-Builder:
Forrester Construction Company
Owner:
Washington Christian Academy
Architect:
Grimm + Parker Architects
Engineers:
L.S. Grim Consulting Engineers (MEP)
Columbia Engineering (Structural)
Description:
This project included the master planning, programming and design of Washington Christian Academy’s new Olney, Maryland, campus and the construction of the first phase of that dream facility. Forrester Construction developed over 20 acres of the total site and constructed two buildings: an academic facility and a free-standing gymnasium
 

Private Sector Building Under $25 Million - Design-Build Excellence Award

Michael W. Krzyzewski Center for Academic and Athletic Excellence

Durham, North Carolina

Design-Builder:
Beck
Owner:
Duke University
Architect:
Beck (practicing as Fred Perpall Architect)
Engineers:
Stewart Engineering
Sedki & Russ Engineers
Progressive Design Collaborative
Starr Electric Company
Allied Fire Protection
Moser Mayer Phoenix Associates
Specialty Contractors:
Acme Plumbing
Architectural Railings & Grilles
Cartner Glass Systems
Stone Masonry
Hardware Distributors
Mid-Atlantic Infrastructure Systems
Pyramid Masonry
RL Dresser
Starr Electric Company
Steel Fab, Watco Corp
Specialty Consultants:
Nielsen Structural Engineers
Curtain Wall Design & Consulting
Tai and Associates
System Worx
Description:
Situated on Duke University’s West Campus, the Michael W. Krzyzewski Center for Athletic Excellence shows Duke’s commitment to the student athlete. Three separate components unite academics with athletics: an athlete academic support center, a university events center and a basketball practice facility. The completion of the 53,000-square-foot, mixed-use building, forged a strong relationship between the University and the Athletics’ Department.
 

Private Sector Building Under $25 Million - Design-Build Merit Award

Mount Ida College New Residence Hall

Newton, Massachusetts

Design-Builder:
Cutler Associates Inc.
Owner:
Mount Ida College
Architect:
Finegold Alexander + Associates Inc
Engineers:
BLW Engineers (MEP)
Tetra Tech Rizzo (Traffic/Parking & Civil)
Marc Mazzarelli Associates (Landscape Architect)
Hoyle, Tanner & Associates (Structural)
Specialty Contractors:
Dumont Enterprises (Site)
Emanouil Brothers (Landscaping)
Quality Control Construction (Concrete Formwork/Flatwork)
D'Agostino Associates(Masonry)
Advanced Welding & Design (Misc.)
Metals Millwork One(Millwork/Doors/Frames/Hardware)
Shawnlee (Finish Carpentry)
Specialty Consultant:
Stefura Associates
Description:
Mount Ida College requested their new residence hall have great design within budget and schedule constraints. The design-build team of Cutler Associates and Finegold Alexander and Associates Incorporated promised the college they could “Have their cake and eat it too!” The result? A beautiful building completed on-time and on-budget.
 

Industrial/Process Sector Over $25 Million - Design-Build Excellence Award

Boral Bricks – Terre Haute Manufacturing Plant

Terre Haute, Indiana

Design-Builder:
Benham Constructors, LLC
Owner:
Boral Bricks Inc.
Architect:
The Benham Companies, LLC
Engineer:
The Benham Companies, LLC
Specialty Contractors:
Lingl Gmbh (Kiln System Process Provider)
Description:
Boral's Terre Haute plant, the largest of its kind in the U.S., is the first brick manufacturing facility in the United States to achieve LEED Silver Certification. Zero Waste technology, robotics and sustainable designs qualify the facility as a technological marvel. Displacing natural gas with landfill methane gas, utilizing clay deposits from mine-spoils and reclaiming mine-scarred land demonstrates Boral's commitment to environmentally friendly manufacturing.
 

Industrial/Process Sector Under $25 Million - Design-Build Merit Award

Covidien – Webster Groves Pilot Plant

Webster Groves, Missouri

Design-Builder:
CRB Builders, LLC
Owner:
Covidien
Architect:
Clark, Richardson & Biskup Consulting Engineers Inc.
Engineers:
Clark, Richardson & Biskup Consulting Engineers Inc.
Optimal Engineering Solutions Inc.
Specialty Consultant:
Ramsey Design Group
Description:
Covidien's Webster Groves Pilot Plant, the Research and Development Center for Oral Solid Dose Research, focuses on formulation research for generic pharmaceuticals, primarily involving Covidien's active pharmaceutical ingredients. This Pilot Plant adds significant capacity to their product development capability by permitting Covidien to work on five products simultaneously.
 

Transportation Over $50 Million - Design-Build Merit Award

Rail Runner Express Phase 2

Bernalillo to Santa Fe, New Mexico

Design-Builder:
Kiewit New Mexico/Herzog, a Joint Venture
Owner:
New Mexico Department of Transportation
Engineer:
HNTB Corporation
Specialty Contractors:
Core Slab Structures Inc.
Dustrol Inc.
Four Corners Pre-cast Inc.
Maccaferri Inc.
Materials Inc.
Nevada Railroad Material Inc.
Ribbonweld
Rock Con Inc.
Schnabel Foundation Company
Scott Derr Painting Co.
The Reinforced Earth Company
VAE Nortr
Specialty Consultants:
Vector Engineering, LLC
Terracon Consultants Inc.
Description:
In just 14 months, the Kiewit New Mexico/Herzog design-build team and New Mexico Department of Transportation partnered to deliver Rail Runner Express Phase 2, an 18- mile, $128 million commuter rail extension from Barnalillo to Santa Fe, New Mexico. Through innovative engineering, this project provides a solution to relieve congestion and supply a transportation alternative for nearly 5,000 commuters every day.
 

Transportation Under $50 Million - Design-Build Merit Award

Sunrise Mainline Toll Plaza Open Road Tolling (ORT) Modifications

Sunrise, Florida

Design-Builder:
MCM
Owner:
Florida Department of Transportation - Florida's Turnpike Enterprise
Architect:
RS&H
Engineer:
RS&H
Specialty Contractors:
Dilema Corp.
General Asphalt Co.
Ranger Construction Industries
Kistler McDougall Corp.
Gerelco Traffic Controls Inc.
Solares Electrical Services Inc.
Signal Technology Inc.
Specialty Consultants:
Wantman Group Inc.
Tierra Inc.
Description:
With new high-speed, open-road tolling and a signature overhead gantry, the Sunrise Mainline Toll Plaza Modifications project transformed South Florida’s Sawgrass Expressway into the highway of the future. The project was completed by the MCM and RS&H team two months early and ultimately exceeded the goals of its owner, Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise.
 

Water/Wastewater Over $25 Million - Design-Build Excellence Award

City of Clovis Sewage Treatment/Water Reuse Facility

Clovis, California

Design-Builder:
CH2M HILL
Owner:
City of Clovis, California
Architect:
S.I.M. Architects
Engineer:
CH2M HILL
Specialty Contractors:
Agee Construction
Floyd Johnston Construction
Durham Construction
San Joaquin Electric
Other Key Professionals:
Siemens, ITT/WEDECO
Description:
The City of Clovis, California, used design-build to offset rising water demand, spurring innovation and lowest lifecycle cost for its new sewage treatment/water reuse facility. CH2M HILL designed and built a membrane bioreactor and ultraviolet disinfection solution with a unique biosolids reduction technology. CH2M HILL will operate the neighborhood-friendly facility through 2018.
 

Water/Wastewater Under $25 Million - Design-Build Excellence Award

Corona del Mar Water Treatment Plant Phase 2 Upgrades and Modifications

Goleta, California

Design-Builder:
MWH Constructors Inc.
Owner:
Goleta Water District
Architect:
MWH Americas Inc.
Engineer:
MWH Americas Inc.
Specialty Contractors:
Fugro West
MNS Engineers
Slayden Construction Company
Mass Electric
Doty Brothers
Melchiori Construction Company
Pre-Fab Builders
ACCO
Shumates
Specialty Consultants:
County Landscape & Design
Collaborative Project Consulting
Perrin Pelgrin
Greenworks
Description:
This $20.7 million design-build project encompassed upgrades, modifications and new construction to a 35-year-old, 36-million-gallons-per-day water treatment plant. Through this project, the Goleta Water District was successful at establishing and conveying its philosophy and goal to the community on the importance of becoming a responsible steward of the environment, water and energy resources.
 

Water/Wastewater Under $25 Million - Design-Build Excellence Award

Pala Casino, Spa and Resort Wastewater Treatment Plant and Lift Station Rework

Pala, California

Design-Builder:
J.R. Filanc Construction Company Inc.
Owner:
Pala Casino, Spa and Resort, Pala Band of Mission Indians
Architect:
HDR Engineering Inc.
Engineer:
HDR Engineering Inc.
Specialty Contractors:
Mass Electric
Southern California Soil & Testing
Specialty Consultants:
Simon Wong Engineering
Moraes/Pham & Assocaites
Ninyo & Moore
Description:
The J.R. Filanc Construction Company/HDR Engineering team designed and built a new wastewater treatment plant to serve the growing needs of the Pala Band of Mission Indians’ reservation, spa and casino. The project was completed ahead of schedule, with a perfect safety record and under budget despite environmental approval delays related to the California Gnatcatcher. Based on the success of this, their first attempt at design-build, the Tribe’s construction staff are now firm believers in this project delivery method.
 

Water/Wastewater Under $25 Million - Design-Build Merit Award

Stamford WPCA Solids Drying Facility

Stamford, Connecticut

Design-Builder:
CH2M HILL
Owner:
Stamford Water Pollution Control Authority (SWPCA)
Architect:
CH2M HILL
Engineer:
CH2M HILL
Specialty Contractors:
Carlin Contracting Inc.
Andritz Separation Inc.
Other Key Professionals:
State of Connecticut Dept. of Environmental Protection
City of Stamford Building Dept.
City of Stamford Zoning Board
Description:
Recognizing the need for a sustainable wastewater residuals disposal solution, the City of Stamford selected CH2M HILL to lead the design-build delivery of Connecticut’s first solids thermal drying system. The new Solids Drying Facility converts wastewater sludge into high-quality EPA Class A pellets for use as a natural agricultural fertilizer.
 

Rehabilitation/Renovation/Restoration - National Design-Build Award

St. Bernard Parish Pump Station Rehabiltation

New Orleans, Louisiana

Design-Builder:
CDM Constructors Inc.
Owner:
Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority — East
Architect:
CDM Architects
Engineer:
CDM
Specialty Contractor:
MRPitman
Description:
Hurricane Katrina severely damaged three pump stations in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, leaving the parish exposed to flood waters from future hurricanes. The design-build delivery method was successfully used to quickly and cost effectively rehabilitate the three pump stations and provide flood protection prior to two ensuing hurricanes.
 

Rehabilitation/Renovation/Restoration - National Design-Build Award

Overhead Coverage System Program: Enhanced Force Protection for U.S. Military and Government Personnel

Iraq – Various Locations

Design-Builder:
Perini Corporation
Owner:
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Transatlantic Programs Center
Engineer:
Tetra Tech
Specialty Contractor:
Butler Manufacturing
Other Key Professionals:
USACE Gulf Region Division
USACE Engineer Research and Development Center
USACE Protective Design Center
Description:
The Overhead Coverage System Program provides critical enhanced Anti-Terrorism Force Protection to high-occupancy facilities under a hyper-accelerated design-build program. It provides protection for over two million square feet of structures from mortar and rocket attacks and has saved the lives of hundreds of U.S. military and government personnel in Iraq.
 

Rehabilitation/Renovation/Restoration - Design-Build Excellence Award

Brentwood Shop Expansion

Washington, D.C.

Design-Builder:
Clark Design/Build
Owner:
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
Architect:
STV Incorporated
Engineers:
ECPM
STV Incorporated
General Electric Transportation Systems
Specialty Contractors:
Piping & Corrosion Specialists
Specialty Consultants:
ATC Associates
Schnabel Engineering
KTA
Other Key Professionals:
MC Dean Inc.
Amtrak
Whiting Corporation
Joshua Corporation
Description:
The Brentwood Shop Expansion was a $43 million project to renovate and expand a major Washington Metro maintenance facility. Work included the complete bisection of the existing shop floor, the addition of three new service tracks and massive structural and system upgrades. Clark Design/Build completed the project without interrupting the day-to-day operations of the Brentwood Shop.
 

Rehabilitation/Renovation/Restoration - Design-Build Excellence Award

Texas State University Baseball/Softball Complex Enhancements

San Marcos, Texas

Design-Builder:
Flintco Inc.
Owner:
Texas State University
Architect:
O'Connell Robertson
Engineers:
Datum Gojer Engineers
Pape-Dawson Engineers
Specialty Contractors:
Ted Breihan Electric
Tejas Elevators
TDIndustries
Dart Construction
R&R Masonry
Hagler & Kerr
Specialty Consultants:
Combs Consulting
Coleman & Associates
Description:
Renovation of the Texas State University Baseball and Softball stadiums included demolition of existing structures, addition of cantilevered covered metal bleachers, press boxes, luxury suites, home and visitor dugouts, batting cages, restrooms, ticket offices, a maintenance structure, an entrance, a bus stop and additional ADA accessible parking.
 

Rehabilitation/Renovation/Restoration - Design-Build Merit Award

Design-Build Emergency Repair and Rehabilitation of a Stormwater Conveyance System in Clay County, Florida

Orange Park, Florida

Design-Builder:
CDM Constructors Inc.
Owner:
Clay County, Florida
Engineer:
CDM Inc.
Specialty Contractors:
Gibbs & Register Inc.
Reynolds Inliner, LLC
Ellis and Associates Inc.
Specialty Consultant:
Ghiotto and Associates Inc.
Description:
An intense storm caused multiple failures within a stormwater conveyance system which threatened two adjacent buildings. CDM assisted Clay County, Florida, in an emergency response which was converted to a design-build contract for the full repair and rehabilita­tion of both open channel and underground components of the stormwater system.
 

General Design-Build Under $10 Million - Design-Build Excellence Award

The East Harlem School

New York , N.Y.

Design-Builder:
AR/CS Construction Services Inc.
Owner:
The East Harlem School
Architect:
Peter Gluck and Partners
Engineers:
Robert Silman Associates (Structural)
Rodkin Cardinale Consulting Engineers (MEP)
Specialty Consultants:
Lux Populi (Lighting)
Kitchen Consultants Inc. (Kitchen)
Design 2147 LTD (Code)
Slater & Beackerman LLC (Zoning)
Description:
The East Harlem School is a year-round middle school that recruits students from low-income families. The new 27,800-square-foot building allows the school to triple in size to meet the urgent educational needs of the neighborhood. Despite the school’s extremely tight budget, caused by the high cost of New York City construction and its location within a flood zone, the project resulted in substantial cost savings, producing a building that otherwise would have been out of reach for the school.
 

General Design-Build Under $10 Million - Design-Build Merit Award

Little Ajax Affordable Housing

Aspen, Colorado

Design-Builder:
GK Construction LLC
Owner:
City of Aspen
Architect:
Peter Gluck and Partners
Engineers:
KL&A (Structural)
Beaudin Ganze (MEP)
Specialty Consultants:
Walsh Environmental (Environmental)
Joe Wells (Land Use)
CTL Thompson (Geotechnical)
Description:
A unique housing solution, this complex is a riff on the traditional courtyard scheme, expanding on a typically formulaic architectural typology. Angled slots slice through the courtyard block to link the city to public mountain trails above while a pedestrian street over covered parking provides access to the landscape and to 14 affordable family units.