In a continued display of world-class team building through partnering, two high profile projects facilitated by Ventura Consulting Group (VCG) were recently featured in Engineering News Record and California Builder & Engineer magazine. The news was in recognition of industry leading awards received by the projects. The St. Jude Medical Center Northwest Tower in Fullerton, California was the recipient of the Marvin M. Black Partnering Excellence Award and a Design-Build Merit Award, both are categories
On March 13 2015, the AGC celebrated its 33rd Annual Alliant Build America Awards Ceremony. The Alliant sponsored event is conducted to recognize the highest achievements in construction for state-of-the-art advancement, outstanding project management and innovative construction techniques. Recipients of the Build America Awards have demonstrated construction excellence and are building a better world and improving our quality of life. Each project reflects the crucial combination of contractor excellence with talented
AGC of California honored top projects, companies and individuals in the California construction industry during its prestigious annual 2014 Awards banquet held at Disney’s Grand Californian in Anaheim on June 7, 2014. The prestigious black tie event, the “Oscars” evening for the construction industry, was attended by more than 250 people from top construction firms throughout the state. Seven outstanding projects built by AGC of California contractors were chosen as
Guam – Construction on the first two military buildup projects related to the Marine Corps relocation to Guam has been completed and a ribbon cutting ceremony was held at Naval Base Guam two weeks ago to celebrate. Officials say these projects mark the beginning of more buildup related projects to come. These projects are the U.S. Marine Corps funded Apra Harbor wharf improvement and the government of Japan funded U.S.
The Air Force Technical Applications Center, at Patrick AFB in Florida, is undergoing a $158 million military construction project for a new headquarters building, which includes a radiochemistry lab that will be used to identify radiological or nuclear debris in support of AFTAC’s Nuclear Debris Collection and Analysis Program. AFTAC is the only organization in the federal government whose mission it is to detect and report technical data from foreign
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,
Four projects facilitated by Jim Eisenhart of Ventura Consulting Group received accolades for their efforts in collaboration, teamwork and delivering project excellence. This was the 4th year for the International Partnering Institute Awards at the San Francisco Airport Museum. The house was packed with owners, contractors, CMs and other industry executives to celebrate the success of these outstanding projects. The following project teams were recognized for their outstanding ability in