AGC-Alaska 2015 award winners recognized
The Associated General Contractors of Alaska, the state’s largest construction organization has named the top construction projects and safety award winners and recognized individuals at the association’s annual conference in Anchorage.
Hard Hat Award: Jim Jansen, Chairman Lynden Inc., given to an AGC member who has demonstrated exemplary service to the Association, the community and the industry.
Sustainability in Construction: A new award given this year to Davis Constructors & Engineers for the Davis Office Building.
The Excellence in Construction awards sponsored by Parker, Smith and Feek are as follows.
Vertical Construction: Under $5 million — Unit Company for CH2MHill Seismic Reinforcement; Between $5 million and $15 million — Neeser Construction for KTUU Channel 2 Northern Lights Media Center; Over $15 million — Cornerstone General Contractors for Boney Courthouse renewal.
Transportation, Marine, Heavy Earthmoving: Under $5 million — Bristol Construction Services, LLC for Chester Creek at Muldoon Creek realignment; Between $5 million and $15 million — Hamilton Construction Alaska Co. for Parks Highway MP 237 Riley Creek Bridge Replacement; Over $15 million — Brice Incorporated for Kotzebue Airport and Safety Area Improvements Stage 3.
Specialty Contractor: Vertical Construction — KLEBS Mechanical, Inc. for Coronado Park Senior Village, Solar Heated Domestic Hot Water System; Transportation, Marine, Heavy, Earthmoving: Davis Block and Concrete, Inc. for KLU#3 Furie Platform Grout Seal Remedial Work.
Excellence in Safety awards sponsored by Wells Fargo are as follows.
Large: Davis Constructors & Engineers, Inc.; Medium: Kiewit Infrastructure West Company; Small: American Marine Corporation; Individual: Steve Rowe, Cornerstone General Contractors, Inc.
Associate of the Year: Alaska Digital Printing, Anchorage
Stan Smith Volunteer of the Year: Jenith Flynn, Davis Constructors & Engineers.
AGC is a 650 member statewide association for companies in the construction/contracting business including buildings, highways/utilities, heavy industrial and specialty areas. Construction is the third largest industry in Alaska, contributing more than $9.1 billion to the Alaska economy, and paying the second highest wages with more than 20,000 in the workforce. AGC is headquartered in Anchorage with an office in Fairbanks.