Engineering Excellence Takes Center Stage in State Capitol
ACEC California Award Recipients on Display Through Feb 7
SACRAMENTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Twelve award winning projects representing last year’s best engineering and land surveying achievements in California are on display in the Capitol.
The award winning projects are on display between the offices of the Governor and Lt. Governor until Feb. 7, by the American Council of Engineering Companies of California (ACEC California) to recognize this year’s honorees for its Engineering Excellence Awards.
The top honorees (firm and project) profiled at the Capitol are:
CH2M Hill (Honor Award): Sankey Diversion Project in Nicolaus, CA.
David Evans & Associates, Inc. (Honor Award): Space Shuttle Endeavour Move Project in Los Angeles, CA.
Degenkolb Engineers (Honor Award): Bing Concert Hall, Stanford University Project in Palo Alto, CA.
HDR Engineering, Inc. (Honor Award): Colton Crossing Flyover Rail-to-Rail Grade Separation Project in Colton, CA and the Rio Dell Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade Project in Rio Dell, CA.
HNTB Corporation (Honor Award): Tom Lantos Tunnels Project in Pacifica, CA.
IDS Group, Inc. (Honor Award): John Wayne Airport, Airport Improvement Program Project in Orange County, CA.
M-E Engineers, Inc. (Honor Award): Contemporary Arts Center, University of California Irvine Project in Irvine, CA.
Psomas (Honor Award): South Los Angeles Wetland Park Project in Los Angeles, CA.
Quincy Engineering, Inc. (Honor Award): Foresthill Road Bridge Seismic Retrofit and Paint Project in Auburn, CA.
Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. (Honor Award): Tesla Water Treatment Facility Project in Tracy, CA and the Merced WWTF Phase V Solids Handling & Upgrade Project in Merced, CA.
“The projects receiving excellence awards highlight some of the most innovative and experienced solutions developed by our members up and down the state to solve engineering challenges throughout California. We are delighted to honor them and extremely grateful to the Office of the Governor for allowing us to display their achievements in the Capitol this week,” said Brad Diede, executive director of ACEC California.
About ACEC California: ACEC California is a statewide association representing more than 1,000 private consulting engineering and land-surveying firms that average 20 employees each. ACEC California is dedicated to enhancing the consulting engineering and land surveying professions, protecting the general public and promoting the use of the private sector in the growth and development of our state. Our members provide services for all phases of planning, designing and constructing projects. For more information, visit www.acec-ca.org.