Recently, Hensel Phelps Construction, was awarded the Excellence in Partnering Award for Projects over $50M by the Associated General Contractors of California. This award recognizes the best project in terms of collaboration, teamwork and overall results. In addition, this courthouse won a 2010 GSA Design Award. The new U.S. Courthouse promises to be a landmark in the San Diego skyline. Construction on the $300 million project began in April 2006,
Found some great info from the Calaveras Dam Replacement Project HERE! The Calaveras Dam Replacement Project work site is a busy place on an average day. Machines both large and small are in constant motion, moving soils and materials from one side of the site to dispose of them on the other. However, this Wednesday around lunchtime was different. Work paused, for a short time, to celebrate the team’s achievement of
Paul Crotty, of VCG, facilitated an inter-agency partnering process for the project development for the Golden Gate Bridge 75 Anniversary. Projects included: Golden Gate Bridge Visitor Enhancement Project, San Francisco – Fisher Development Lands End Lookout, San Francisco – Plant Construction These projects were winners of the ENR California 2012 Award of Merit. Click here for the full list of winners.
SAN FRANCISCO – HKS’s renovation of 50 United Nations Plaza (UNP), a 350,000-square-foot federal building in San Francisco, will be one of the first GSA historical restorations anticipated to achieve LEED Platinum Certification. The building is currently undergoing its first major upgrade since it was constructed in 1936 in the heart of San Francisco’s Civic Center. The project is currently under construction, with an estimated completion date of mid-2013. This
The 49th ANNUAL GOLD NUGGET AWARDS recognizing builders, developers, architects, and land planners with communities and projects in the United States and ALL international countries. Gold Nugget winners share one common denominator: excellence and innovation in addressing complex design/build issues. The competition Co-sponsored by BUILDER, a national magazine of the housing industry. Co-sponsors include major building product manufacturers, financial institutions and builders, architects and associates in the real estate field.
On May 9th, 2012 in Sacramento, CA, 7 VCG facilitated Caltrans projects won awards for partnering excellence. As stated on Caltrans’ website, “Caltrans and the Construction Industry are committed to making partnering the way we do business. Partnering promotes open and honest communication, trust, understanding and teamwork. The field guide is written for both Caltrans and contractor personnel working at the project level to convey Caltrans and industry commitment to
Named for AGC’s 1991 President Marvin M. Black – an ardent supporter of the partnering process–the Liberty Mutual Marvin M. Black Excellence in Partnering Awards recognize the successful partnerships and collaborations that work to improve construction projects. Contractors honored with this award stand out for their ability in the following areas: Signing a formal partnering charter Achieving a common goal Honoring all stake holders Resolving Conflict Improving communication on the
The Inland Empire Transportation Management Center is designed and constructed to house both Caltrans and CHP personnel and provide intermodal, interregional, interagency traffic management services 24/7 for the Inland Empire region and is the command and control emergency center during major catastrophes, which includes the counties of San Bernardino and Riverside (Caltrans District 8). The Inland Division Dispatch for CHP is co-located in this facility with the building constructed to