Walter P Moore Wins National ACEC Engineering Award

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From left to right: Brad Diede, Executive Director, ACEC California; John Moossazadeh, ACEC California National Director; and the Walter P Moore team winning the Grand Conceptor Award in Washington, DC.

This week, Walter P Moore was awarded with the prestigious Grand Conceptor Award at the national Excellence in Engineering Awards (EEA) in Washington, D.C. Their project, the Air Traffic Control Tower and Integrated Facilities Building at San Francisco International Airport, uses a cutting-edge post-tensioned system, enabling the tower to self-right and remain fully operational after a magnitude 7.5 earthquake.

Walter P Moore’s project was also honored earlier this year with the Golden State Award during ACEC California’s annual EEA awards. Click here to read ACEC California’s press release.

Walter P Moore Air Traffic Control Tower and Integrated Facilities Building at San Francisco International Airport

Air Traffic Control Tower and Integrated Facilities Building at San Francisco International Airport.

Each of the innovative projects that received either an Engineering Excellence Merit or Honor Award from ACEC California were profiled in ACEC California’s annual magazine, Engineering and Surveying Business Review. To see visuals of all of the award winners’ exceptional work, click here for the online version of Engineering and Surveying Business Review.

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