Achen-Gardner Construction's Centennial Way Federal Aid Transportation Enhancement is a finalist in Arizona Forward's 33rd annual Environmental Excellence Awards program.
We are very excited to announce that our City of Phoenix Centennial Way Federal Aid Transportation Enhancement project has been selected as a finalist in the Site Development and Landscape: Public Sector category of Arizona Forward’s 33rd annual Environmental Excellence Awards program. Finalists will receive an Award of Merit OR a first-place Crescordia at the awards gala held on September 14th at the Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale.
In 2011, Achen-Gardner Construction and the City of Chandler's South Arizona Avenue Corridor Improvements project earned a Valley Forward Association Award of Merit in the Site Development and Landscape - Public Sector category. The project was also part of the Downtown Chandler Redevelopment which won a Crescordia Award in the Livable Communities - Public Policy/Plans category.
The Centennial Way project began in May 2011 and was completed in early February 2012, before Arizona’s Centennial Celebration – Best Fest – and Arizona’s 100th Birthday (February 14, 2012). Entellus, Inc. was the lead design engineer and Waibel and Associates Landscape Architecture was the landscape architect. Other major subconsultants/subcontractors include: MakPro Services, CR Engineers, CAID Industries, Kimbrell Electric, SC Legacy, and Sunland Asphalt.