Centennial Way Project Is A Finalist For Arizona Forward Award Print

Achen-Gardner Construction's Centennial Way Federal Aid Transportation Enhancement is a finalist in Arizona Forward's 33rd annual Environmental Excellence Awards program.

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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.

More information on the 2011 award

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.

More information on the Centennial Way Federal Aid Transportation Enhancement

Achen-Gardner Construction Centennial Way Phoenix Arizona Forward Award Crescordia Merit Environmental Excellence Washington Street 

Achen-Gardner Construction Centennial Way Phoenix Arizona Forward Award Crescordia Merit Environmental Excellence Washington Street