• Thu. Aug 11th, 2022

AGC of California to Host 2022 Installation and Awards Gala: CEG

AGC officials will present the Builder’s Award, the Friend of Construction Education Award, and the Achievement Awards.

the 2022 Installation and Awards Gala, presented by Procore, returns in person on February 4, 2022 at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco.

California’s AGC will host the prestigious black-tie event as it celebrates the construction industry’s achievements over the past year in an ‘Oscar-style’ awards ceremony “.

“We have a lot to celebrate – as companies, as an association and as an industry,” reads a statement on its website. “[This year] has been a year of extraordinary growth and success for AGC of California. Together with you, our members, we have been able to elevate and sustain our industry so that you can continue to do what you do best: build California.”

At this event, AGC members from California will receive one of the following awards for their long-term service to AGC and the industry, their innovation and their commitment to the community:

Builders Awards

AGC of California’s Constructor Awards program recognizes members’ achievements for their skills, unique businesses, and ability to tackle the toughest challenges faced by contractors. Only one “Constructor” sculpture is awarded in each category during AGC’s “Night of the Oscars”.

Builder Award Finalists

AGC Community Service Award: Yerba Buena Engineering & Construction Inc. for the “Bayview Gateway Pilot Project”.

Specialty Less than $10M

  • ISEC Inc. for the “temporary DGS COVID-19 laboratory”.
  • Marina Landscape Inc. for the “Crane Cove Park Project”.
  • Royal Electric Co. for the “Sonoma Valley County Sanitation District Treatment Plant Electrical Resilience Project.”

Specialty Over $10M

  • BrightView Landscape Development Inc. for the “SoFi Sports Stadium and Entertainment Complex”.
  • Royal Electric Co. for the “Twelve Bridges Secondary School Project”.

Builder $75 million, less

  • Clark Construction for the “San Francisco Animal Care and Control Project”.
  • Otto Construction for the “SMUD Museum of Science and Curiosity”.
  • Pinner Construction Company for “Fireboat Station No. 15 at Pier F.”

Builder $75M to $200M

  • Blach Construction Company for the “Canada College Kinesiology & Wellness Building”.
  • Hensel Phelps for the “Caltech Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Neuroscience Research Building”.
  • McCarthy Building Companies Inc. for “Soka University of America’s STEM and Residence Halls”.

Builder of more than 200 million dollars

  • Clark Construction for the “UC San Diego North Torrey Pines Living and Learning District”.
  • Turner Construction Company for the “SoFi Stadium”.

Heavy civilian under $15 million

  • Granite Construction Company for the “Mulholland Highway over Triunfo Creek Bridge #1180.”
  • Griffith Company for the “Park to Playa Pedestrian Bridge”.
  • Myers & Sons Construction for the “Santa Fe Bridge over the Tuolumne River”.

Civil heavy $15M to $75M

  • Granite Construction Company for the “Belle Terrace Operational Improvements Project”.
  • Myers & Sons Construction for the “Replacement of US 101 Bridge at Alemany Circle”.
  • Teichert Construction for the “SR 120 – Union Road Diverging Diamond Interchange.”

Heavy civilian over $75 million

  • Manson Construction Co. for the “replacement of P-440 Pier 8”.
  • Sully-Miller Contracting Company for the “LAX Taxiway P Project”.
  • Skanska USA Civil West for the “I-15 Expressway Design-Build Project”.

Excellence in Partnership

  • Manson Construction for the “P-440 Pier 8 Replacement”.
  • Myers & Sons Construction for the “Replacement of US 101 Bridge at Alemany Circle”.
Friend of Construction Education Award

The AGC of California Construction Education Friend Award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding contributions to construction education efforts and the development of the future construction workforce.

Winner: Miquel “Mick” Penn of Swinerton.

Excellence Awards

AGC of California Achievement Awards honor individuals for their outstanding contributions to the construction industry.

Winner: Mike Aparicio of Skanska USA Civil West.

This event will also feature the appointment of the new president and new leaders of the AGC of California:

  • Dina Kimble: President 2022; Royal Electric Co;
  • Steve Rule: President-elect; Turner Construction Company;
  • Pat Kelly: Treasurer; Granite construction company;
  • Brad Jeanneret: Vice President, Building Division; Hensel Phelps;
  • Ural Yal: Vice President, Highways and Transport Division; Flatiron West Inc.;
  • Jim Blois: Vice President, Utilities and Infrastructure Division; Blois Construction Inc.;
  • Greg Timmerman: Vice President, Council of Specialty Contractors; ISEC Inc.;
  • Mike Blach; Immediate Past President; Blach Construction Company.

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