FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
CONTACT: CARL ZEILMAN (518) 456-1134
ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS OF NEW YORK STATE
ANNOUNCE 2012 BUILD NY AWARD WINNERS
ALBANY, NY – The Associated General Contractors of New York State (AGC NYS) is pleased to announce the winning entries in its twentieth annual Jeffrey J. Zogg Build New York Awards competition, which is held to honor New York construction projects.
The Jeffrey J. Zogg Build New York Award winners are selected based on outstanding managing skills, imagination, overcoming challenging and unusual circumstances, scheduling accomplishments and project innovation by the contractor/manager and the entire project team including the project owner, architect, subcontractors and suppliers. All project entries were reviewed and judged by a 12-member jury of industry peers.
The 2012 winners are:
BBL Construction Services (Albany, NY)
St. Peter’s Hospital – Patient Care Pavilion and Diagnostic & Treatment Platform
Flatiron Construction Corp. (Firestone, CO)
Lake Champlain Bridge
Turner Construction (Buffalo, NY)
University at Buffalo – Barbara and Jack Davis Hall
“Risk-taking constructors leading the way with excellent project management and strong safety experience continue to provide owners with the quality projects they seek,” Mike Elmendorf, President and CEO of the AGC NYS, said. “They are the key to success in today’s thriving construction industry,” he added.
The winners will be honored at the AGC NYS Construction Industry Conference December 4-6 in Saratoga Springs, NY.
The AGC of New York State represents over 600 Members, 250 of which are general contractors engaged in public and private construction throughout New York State, and is the New York Chapter of the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America. The AGC of America represents over 7000 general contractors nationwide. Visit the AGC NYS at http://www.agcnys.org.
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