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2002 Design-Build Award Competition Winners

Private Sector Project Over $15 Million - National Design-Build Award

Paramount Tower

San Francisco, California

Design-Builder:
Charles Pankow Builders, Ltd.
Owner:
The Related Management Company
Architects:
Elkus/Manfredi - Design Architect
Kwan Henmi Architects - Production Architect
Engineer:
Robert Englekirk Consulting Structural Engineers
Constructor:
Charles Pankow Builders, Ltd.
 

Private Sector Project Over $15 Million - Design-Build Excellence Award

Barton Malow Headquarters

Southfield, Michigan

Design-Builder:
Barton Malow Company
Owner:
Barton Malow Enterprises, Inc.
Architect:
Barton Malow Design
Constructor:
Barton Malow Company
 

Private Sector Project Under $15 Million - National Design-Build Award

Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes Motherhouse

Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

Design-Builder:
Hoffman Corporation
Owner:
Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes
Architect:
Hoffman Corporation
Engineer:
Hoffman Corporation
Constructor:
Hoffman Corporation
 

Private Sector Project Under $15 Million - Design-Build Excellence Award

Glenwood School-St. Charles Campus Expansion

St. Charles, Illinois

Design-Builder:
Wight Construction Services, Inc.
Owner:
Glenwood School
Architect:
Wight & Company
 

Public Sector Project Over $15 Million - National Design-Build Award

University of Texas San Jacinto Residence Hall

Austin, Texas

Design-Builder:
Hensel Phelps Construction Company
Owner:
The University of Texas
Architect:
Lotti Krishan & Short, Inc.
Engineer:
Jaster-Quintanilla & Associates
Constructor:
Hensel Phelps Construction Company
 

Public Sector Project Over $15 Million - Design-Build Excellence Award

Joe Serna, Jr., California EPA Headquarters Building

Sacramento, California

Design-Builder:
Thomas Partners Group
Owner:
City of Sacramento
Architect:
AC Martin Partners, Inc.
Engineer:
Levine/Seegel
Constructor:
Turner Construction Company
 

Public Sector Project Under $15 Million - National Design-Build Award

The Korte Recreation Center

Highland, Illinois

Design-Builder:
The Korte Company
Owner:
Highland Area Community Foundation
Architect:
The Korte Company
Engineers:
Hoelscher Engineering P.C. - Civil
Lockwood, Jones & Beal, Inc. - Structural
Constructor:
The Korte Company
 

Public Sector Project Under $15 Million - Design-Build Excellence Award

Social Security Administration Childcare Facility

Woodlawn, Maryland

Design-Builder:
Hensel Phelps Construction Company/ Burt Hill Kosar/ Rittelmann Associates
Owner:
General Services Administration (GSA)
Architect:
Burt Hill Kosar Rittelmann Associates
Engineer:
H.F. Lenz Company
Constructor:
Hensel Phelps Construction Company
 

Rehabilitation/Renovation/Restoration - National Design-Build Award

Design-Build Flood Control Ecological Restoration on Lincoln Creek

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Design-Builder:
Edgerton Contractors and HNTB Corporation
Owner:
Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District
Architect:
HNTB Corporation and Hey and Associates
Engineer:
HNTB Corporation
Constructor:
Edgerton Contractors
 

Rehabilitation/Renovation/Restoration - Design-Build Excellence Award

Grain Belt Brewhouse Renovation

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Design-Builder:
Ryan Companies US, Inc.
Owner:
Ryan GB 2000, LLC
Architect:
RSP Architects, Ltd.
Engineers:
Meyer Borgman & Johnson, Inc. - Structural
Master Mechanical, Inc. - Mechanical
Elliott Contracting Corporation - Electrical
Constructor:
Ryan Companies US, Inc.
 

Civil Sector Project Over $15 Million - National Design-Build Award

I-15 Corridor Reconstruction

Salt Lake City, Utah

Design-Builder:
Wasatch Constructors
Owner:
Utah Department of Transportation
Architect:
Sverdrup/Deleun
Engineer:
Sverdrup/Deleun
Constructor:
Wasatch Constructors
 

Civil Sector Project Under $15 Million - National Design-Build Award

FDOT - SR60/Peace Creek Bridge

Bartow, Polk County, Florida

Design-Builder:
Johnson Bros. Corporation
Owner:
Florida Department of Transportation - District 1
Architect:
H.W. Lochner, Inc.
Engineer:
H.W. Lochner, Inc.
Constructor:
Johnson Bros. Corporation/ APAC-Florida, Inc. (Macasphalt Division)
 

General Design-Build Project Under $5 Million - National Design-Build Award

Lavazza Coffee Drive-Thru

Villa Park, Illinois

Design-Builder:
Kullman Industries, Inc.
Owner:
Premium Espresso
Architect:
Millenium Venture Group
Engineer:
Anastos Engineering Associates
Constructor:
Kullman Industries, Inc.
 

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

Strategic Computing Complex

Los Alamos, New Mexico

Design-Builder:
Hensel Phelps Construction Co.
Owner:
U.S. Department of Energy
Architect:
HDR Architecture, Inc.
Engineer:
Carter & Burgess, Inc.
Constructor:
Hensel Phelps Construction Co.
 

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

BreathSavers Relocation

Memphis, Tennessee

Design-Builder:
AVCA/Alberici Joint Venture
Owner:
Hershey Foods Corporation
Engineer:
AVCA Corporation
Constructor:
Alberici Constructors, Inc.
 

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

Lundy’s Renovation and Expansion

Clinton, North Carolina

Design-Builder:
The Stellar Group
Owner:
Lundy’s - Premium Standard Farm
Architect:
The Stellar Group
Engineer:
The Stellar Group
Constructor:
The Stellar Group
 

Developer - National Design-Build Award

Providence Public Safety Complex

Providence, Rhode Island

Design-Builder:
O. Ahlborg & Sons, Inc.
Owner:
Providence Redevelopment Agency
Architect:
Jung/Brannen Associates, Inc.
Engineers:
Maguire Group, Inc. - Civil and Geotechnical
Le Messursier Consultants - Structural
Vanderweil Engineers - Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing/Sprinkler
Constructor:
O. Ahlborg & Sons, Inc.
 

Developer - Design-Build Excellence Award

Crescent Ridge Corporate Center

Minnetonka, Minnesota

Design-Builder:
Opus Northwest, L.L.C.
Owner:
Opus Northwest, L.L.C.
Architect:
Opus Architects & Engineers
Engineer:
Bakke-Kopp Ballou and McFarlin
Constructor:
Opus Northwest, L.L.C.