Seven Local Construction Projects Awarded for Excellence from 2002 – 2011
Monday January 9th, 2012
Posted at 10:15am
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Back in December, the Windsor Construction Association awarded seven local construction projects for their contributions to the community over the past ten years.
400 City Hall Square – Award of Distinction in the Commercial Other category
Designed by J.P. Thomson Architects and built by Oscar Construction.
McHugh Street Bridge Extension – Award of Distinction in the Heavy Construction Civil category
Designed by R.C. Spencer Associates and built by Facca Inc.
Howard Avenue Grade Separation – Award of Distinction in the Heavy Construction Roads and Highways category
Designed by McCormick Rankin & Dillon Consulting and built by Coco Paving & Facca Inc.
Bert Weeks Memorial Gardens – Award of Excellence in the Landscape Treatment category
Designed by Di Maio Design and built by Bear Construction
McDougall Road from Giles to Erie – Award of Excellence in the Heavy Construction Roads and Highways category
Designed by City of Windsor Public Works Department and built by Dunn
Additional winners included:
Huron Church Pedestrian Overpass – Award of Merit in the Heavy Construction Civil category
Designed by Stantec and built by Facca
Lou Romano Water Plant – Award of Merit in the Environmental category
Designed by Stantec and built by McKay-Cocker