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CONSTRUCTOR AWARDS


Six projects were named winners in the AGC 29th Annual Constructor awards competition. Representing the winning firms and their projects are, left to right: Clinton Myers, Myers & Sons Construction, LP (Route 12 Mokelemne River Bridge Improvements project); Chris Stream, Underground Construction Company, Inc. (PG&E Embarcadero-Potrero 230KV Transmission project); Earl Armstrong III, Armstrong Associates, Inc. (Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Intraoperative Magnetic Resonance Imagery Suite); Clint Larison, Herzog/Reyes, A Joint Venture (Pier E Container Yard/Intermodal Railyard, Phase 1); Shane Wells, Hensel Phelps (San Francisco International Airport Replacement Airport Traffic Control Tower and Facilities); and Charles Marrow, Shimmick Construction Co., Inc. (Transbay Transit Center, Below Grade Concrete Package).


2016 Constructor Winners Named


AGC of California Celebrates Winning Project During 29th Annual Awards Event in Monterey


By Carol Eaton


29th Annual AGC of California Constructor Awards program. Te winning projects, along with


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all of the Constructor Awards finalists named in this year’s competition, were honored as the “best of the best” in California construction during the 2016 Awards Banquet and presentation


8 January/February 2017


ix outstanding projects built by AGC of California contractors were chosen as winners in the


in Monterey on October 22, 2016. Te prestigious black tie event, the “Oscars” evening for the construction industry, was attended by more than 300 people from top construction firms throughout the state. Te 2016 AGC of California


Constructor Award winners and finalists spanned a diverse array of project types from throughout California. Each winner received the specially commissioned award – a solid bronze sculpture weighing nearly six


pounds and depicting a surveyor with hardhat and transit. Te six winners were chosen from a field of 17 previ- ously announced finalists, all of whom were spotlighted during the awards evening recognizing their outstanding efforts in construction. Constructor winners and finalists are all AGC members. Te 2016 Constructor Awards


winners and brief descriptions of their projects follow.


California Constructor


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