We are very proud to receive two Build Arizona Awards from the Arizona Chapter Associated General Contractors.
Achen-Gardner Construction, LLC was honored with Build Arizona awards for the Centennial Way Federal Aid Transportation Enhancement project and the Pima Road - Loop 101 to Pinnacle Peak CMAR project. Members of the Centennial Way and Pima Road project teams accepted the awards on April 21, 2012, at the Arizona Chapter Associated General Contractors (AzAGC) Annual Awards Dinner at the Comerica Theatre in Phoenix.
The prestigious Build Arizona Awards are bestowed annually on the greatest construction projects in Arizona. Award winners are judged on their state-of-the-art advancement in construction, project management, client services, optimum safety records, community contributions, environmental sensitivities and how well they meet the challenges of a difficult job, while striving to build a quality project on time and within budget.
The Centennial Way Federal Aid Transportation Enhancement project won a Build Arizona Award in the Public Project – Renovation - Municipal/Utilities - Under $10 million category. This Design-Build project began in May 2011 and was completed in February 2012, just in time for Arizona to celebrate its 100th Birthday on February 14th. The City of Phoenix was the project owner, Entellus was the lead design engineer, and Waibel & Associates Landscape Architecture was the lead architect.
The Pima Road - Loop 101 to Pinnacle Peak CMAR project won a Build Arizona Award in the Public Project – Renovation - Municipal/Utilities - Over $10 million category. This Construction Manager at Risk project began in February 2006 and was completed in August 2011. The City of Scottsdale was the project owner, Entellus was the lead design engineer, and Logan Simpson Design was the lead architect.
Congratulations to everyone who contributed to this project!