ACEC California Announces 2022 Engineering Excellence Awards
SACRAMENTO, California., January 5, 2022 / PRNewswire / –Today, the United States Council of Engineering Companies, California (ACEC California) announced the 2022 recipients of its Annual Engineering Excellence Awards. The projects have been recognized for demonstrating an exceptional degree of innovation, complexity, achievement and value. Sixteen projects received the prestigious Honor Award, twenty were awarded Merit Awards and ten Commendation Awards were awarded.
“These ACEC California engineering companies are honored for their exceptional degree of innovation, complexity, accomplishment and value,” said Brad Diede, executive director of ACEC California. âCalifornians deserve a reliable supply of drinking water, safe and efficient transportation systems, safe cycle and walking paths, healthy stadiums and residential buildings, and better infrastructure on all fronts. Our companies are committed to building a better California. “
The winner of the Golden State Award, an honor bestowed on the best overall project, will be announced at the Engineering Excellence Awards virtual celebration on February 3, 2022. The awards ceremony is also a fundraiser for the ACEC California Scholarship Foundation 501 (c) 3, which offers scholarships to graduate and undergraduate students who are recognized for their outstanding and outstanding academic achievement.
Honorary Award winners are eligible to participate in the National Engineering Excellence Awards competition in Washington DC.
About the ACEC California Engineering Excellence Awards:
ACEC California’s annual Engineering Excellence Awards competition recognizes outstanding achievement in engineering and surveying projects completed by California companies. Applications are accepted in one of 12 project categories: studies, research and engineering consulting services; building systems / technology; structural systems; surveying and mapping technology; environmental; wastewater and rainwater; water resources; transport; special projects; small projects; energy; and industrial and manufacturing processes and facilities.
Photographs of the winning projects are available at https://bit.ly/3cCqVxD
Honorary award recipients include:
AZTEC Engineering Group, Inc. in Irvine, for their design-build work on the Interstate 15 Express Lanes project at Riverside County.
Degenkolb engineers in San Francisco, for their work on the 400/430 California Seismic Retrofit in San Francisco.
Jacobs Engineering Group in Irvine, for their work on Fire Station # 15 at the Port of Long beach.
Kennedy / Jenks Consultants, Inc. in San Francisco, for their work on the Pure Water Monterey Advanced Water Purification Facility in Monterey.
Kleinfelder in San Diego, for their work on Miramar Clearwell improvements in San Diego.
Marc Thomas & Company, Inc. in Sacramento, for their work on the SR 120 / Union Road interchange in Mantecah.
MNS Engineers, Inc., HDR and BKF Engineers in Santa Barbara, for their work on the intermodal transport center of Salinas in Salinas.
Moffatt & Nichol in Long Beach, for their work on the Middle Harbor in Long beach.
Mott MacDonald / Bechtel, a joint venture in San Jose, for their work on the VTA BART Silicon Valley Extension Phase I project in Santa Clara County.
Ninyo & Moore: geotechnical and environmental science consultants in Los Angeles, for their work on LAX Terminal 1.5 at Los Angeles.
Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering, Inc. in Fountain Valley, for their work on urban runoff recycling from Earvin Magic Johnson Park in Los Angeles to Willowbrook.
Parsons Company in Oakland, for their work on the East Bay Bus Rapid Transit project at Alameda County.
Psomas in Los Angeles, for their work on the widening and rehabilitation of the North Spring Street Viaduct in Los Angeles.
Walter p moore in San Francisco, for their work on SoFi Stadium in Inglewood.
WSP United States in Los Angeles, for their work on the International Gateway Bridge in Long beach.
WSP United States in San Diego, for their work on the Mid-Coast Extension of the UC San Diego Blue Line Trolley to San Diego.
The recipients of the Merit Awards include:
Biggs Cardosa partners in San Jose, for their work on the Montague Freeway crosswalk to Milpitas.
Brown and Caldwell / HDR Joint Venture and Carollo in association with AECOM to Folsom, for their work on the Nitrifying Sidestream Treatment Project at Elk grove.
Civil engineers in Costa Mesa, for their work on the Aliso Viejo ranch in Aliso Viejo.
David evans and associates, Inc. in Ontario, for their work on the Cathedral City Community Amphitheater in City Cathedral.
Dudek to Encinitas, for their work on the Mountain Avenue West Groundwater Replenishment Basin Project at San Jacinto.
GHD inc. to Eureka, for their work on the Rohner Creek Flood Control, Seismic, and Habitat Improvement Project in Fortuna.
GHD Inc. and Groupe Conseil Provost & Pritchard in Fresno, for their work on the 1,2,3-Trichloropropane (TCP) Comprehensive Remediation Design / Build Project in Atwater.
HDR in Walnut Creek, for their work on the drop in Fyffe Avenue from the Port of Stockton to Stockton.
HDR in Walnut Creek, for their work on the completion of the HOV SB I-680 lane and the expressway conversion at Contra Costa County.
HDR + Brown and Caldwell Joint Venture to Rancho Cordova, for their work on the Bradshaw Equalization Structure pipeline project at Elk grove.
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. in Los Angeles, for their work on the Ivy Station Transit-Oriented Development at Culver city.
KOA Company in Monterey Park, for their work on the South Waterfront Pier J Bike and Pedestrian Path in Long beach.
Michael Baker International in Santa Ana, for their work on replacing the Laguna Canyon Canal Bridge on SR-1 in Laguna beach.
Mott MacDonald in San Jose, for their work on improvements to Permanente Creek flood protection, Rancho San Antonio Park in Santa Clara County.
Nasland Engineering in San Diego , for their work on the Rose Creek Bike Trail in San Diego.
Provost & Pritchard Consulting Group in Clovis, for their work on the phase III expansion project of the turnip water bank in Tulare County.
RRM Design Group in San Luis Obispo, for their work on section 7 of the Santa Cruz Rail Trail, phase 1 to Santa Cruz.
TY Lin International in Irvine, for their work on the 24th Street Improvement Project in Bakersfield.
TY Lin International in Irvine, for their work on the Oso Parkway Bridge on State Route 241 at Orange County.
UNICO Engineering to Folsom, for their work on the improvements to the Old Town Square in Elk grove.
The recipients of the commendation awards include:
HDR in Irvine, for their work on the West Coast Clean Transit Corridor at California, Oregon and Washington.
Kjeldsen, Sinnock & Neudeck, Inc. (KSN) to Stockton, for their work on the management of the Suisun-Solano Water Authority’s CIP program in Vacaville.
Michael Baker International in Santa Ana, for their work on the offsite mitigation of the La Pata Avenue extension: Arroyo Trabuco Creek in Rancho Santa Margarita.
Michael Baker International in Santa Ana, for their work on the RCTD Integrated Mitigation Project in Riverside.
MNS Engineers, Inc. & Moffatt & Nichol in Santa Barbara, for their work on the emergency repair of the Monterey Dunes Way culvert in Castroville.
Project design consultants in San Diego, for their work on the Legacy International Center in San Diego.
QK to Visalia, for their work on the Creek Fire-Post-Fire Runoff Erosion Control Project at Fresno County.
Syska Hennessy Group in Los Angeles, for their work on the West riverside Emergency operations center at Riverside.
PC VectorVision in San Mateo, for their work on the Sugar Hill residence at Hillsborough.
Rodgers Wood in Oakland, for their work on Alameda County Pumping Station evaluations, rehabilitation studies, and performance evaluations in Alameda County.
SOURCE American Council of Engineering Companies, California