• And the Winners Are!

  • Eight entries received awards at ACEC Virginia’s annual Engineering Excellence Awards Gala at the Jefferson Hotel on Thursday evening, February 4.

    The following Grand Award recipients were chosen to compete for the Pinnacle Award: Draper Aden Associates for the East End Theater in Richmond, Virginia; RK&K for the Route 250 Bypass at McIntire Road in Charlottesville, Virginia; and Wiley|Wilson for the Combined Heat and Power Plan in Indian Head, Maryland.

    Three engineering firms received Honor Awards including: Anderson & Associates for the Second Avenue and Park Road Improvements in Radford, Virginia; Greeley and Hansen for the Meadow Creek Sanitary Sewer Interceptor in Charlottesville, Virginia; and Wiley|Wilson for the Richmond City Justice Center in Richmond, Virginia. 

    Merit Awards were given to two engineering firms including: A. Morton Thomas and Associates for the Indian Hollow Road Bridge in Bentonville, Virginia; and Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. (VHB) for the Richmond City Justice Center in Richmond, Virginia. 

    “We are constantly amazed by the ingenuity of the engineering firms submitting projects for the Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA). These projects make a difference in our communities and on our infrastructure” said Nancy Israel, Executive Director of ACEC Virginia. “The judges carefully and rigorously reviewed each project to come to a consensus, noting how entering firms demonstrated use of new innovations and current technology in ever changing ways.”

     

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