McLean, Va. — The Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) recognized 13 projects for outstanding achievements in construction management at its National Conference & Trade Show in Las Vegas. Chosen from among these Project Achievement Award Winners, the Project of the Year was the Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, in Brooklyn, N.Y. — Construction manager (CM): Michael Baker Engineering Inc./APTIM Engineering/Gannett Fleming. Owner: NYC Department of Environmental Protection.

The 2018 Project Achievement Award winners are:

Transportation Project with a Construction Value Less Than $10 Million

Todds Lane/Big Bethel Road Intersection Improvements, Hampton, Va. CM: MBP; Owner: City of Hampton

Transportation Project with a Construction Value Less Than $50 Million

Runway 4R-22L Rehabilitation and Light Pier Replacement, Boston Logan International Airport, Boston. CM: Stantec; Owner: Massport

Transportation Project with a Construction Value Greater Than $50 Million

TH 53 Relocation Project, Virginia, Minn. CM: Kiewit Infrastructure Co.; Owner: Minnesota Department of Transportation

Education Project with a Construction Value Less Than $50 Million

Visual Culture, Arts, and Media Project, Haverford College, Haverford, Pa. CM: Whiting-Turner Contracting Co.; Owner: Haverford College

Education Project with a Construction Value Greater Than $50 Million

San Diego State University Engineering & Interdisciplinary Sciences (EIS) Complex, Calif. CM: O’Connor Construction Management/Clark Construction (Design-Builder); Owner: San Diego State University

Water/Wastewater Project with a Construction Value Greater Than $50 Million

Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, Brooklyn, N.Y. CM: Michael Baker Engineering, Inc./APTIM Engineering/Gannett Fleming; Owner: NYC Department of Environmental Protection

Healthcare Project with a Construction Value Less Than $50 Million

Culinary Health Center, Las Vegas. CM: O’Connor Construction Management; Owner: Culinary Health Fund

Commercial/Sports/Entertainment/Hospitality Project with a Construction Value Less Than $50 Million

Ritz-Carlton Chicago. CM: JLL; Owner: JMB Financial Advisors

Commercial/Sports/Entertainment/Hospitality Project with a Construction Value Greater Than $50 Million

Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas. Owner/CM: City of San Antonio Department of Transportation & Capital Improvements

Government Project with a Construction Value Less Than $50 Million

Sidney R. Yates Federal Building Exterior Restoration Project, Washington, D.C. CM: AFG Group; Owner: U.S. General Services Administration

Government Project with a Construction Value Greater Than $50 Million

Minnesota State Capitol Historic Preservation, St. Paul, Minn. CM: MOCA Systems; Owner: State of Minnesota/MN Department of Administration

Residential/Mixed-Use Project with a Construction Value Greater Than $50 Million

Worth Hills Greek Village Phase 5, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas. CM: HOAR Program Management (HPM); Owner: Texas Christian University

Environmental Project with a Construction Value Less Than $50 Million

New York City Subway Stairwell Protection Devices, Manhattan, N.Y. CM: AECOM; Owner: New York City Transit

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