ACEC California has honored several Bay Area Engineering firms and projects with awards for demonstrating an exceptional degree of innovation, complexity, achievement and value.
“California’s private sector engineers deliver strategic investments that are crucial to the state’s health,” said Brad Diede, Executive Director of ACEC California. “This year’s awards go to both public and private projects that embody accomplishment in net zero energy building, levee improvements, reducing roadway congestion, among many others. These firms’ partnerships with their private and public sector clients produce projects that help the people of California thrive.”
Honor Awards recipients in the Bay Area include:
Biggs Cardosa Associates, Inc. in San Jose, for its work on the Clarke Avenue Pedestrian Overcrossing in East Palo Alto and the Plaza Bridge at Marine Way in Irvine.
Degenkolb Engineers in San Francisco, for its work on the Sutter Health, CPMC Van Ness and Geary Campus in San Francisco.
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. in San Jose for its work on the North Fremont Street Bike and Pedestrian Access and Safety Improvements in Monterey.
Towill, Inc. in Concord, for its work on the Satellite and GPS Measurement Project to Support California’s Statewide Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.
Merit Award recipients in the Bay Area include:
Kier & Wright in Livermore, for its work on Facebook MPK 21 in Menlo Park.
Nute Engineering, Inc. in San Rafael, for its work on the Moorhen Marsh Western Pond Turtle Habitat Enhancement Project in Martinez.
Watry Buehler Collaborative in San Francisco, for its work on the San Francisco International Airport Long Term Parking 2 in San Francisco.
Woodard & Curran in Walnut Creek, for its work on the Malibu Civic Center Water Treatment Facility Phase 1 in Malibu.