Sarah Mildred Long Bridge project wins top ABC NH/Vt. honor
Cianbro Corp. takes presented with Chairman’s Award at annual event
Cianbro Corp. took home the top prize at the Associated Builders & Contractors NH/Vt. Chapter’s annual Excellence in Construction Awards ceremony.
Cianbro was presented with the Chairman’s Award – the biggest honor of the night – for its work on the new Sarah Mildred Long Bridge, which links Portsmouth with Kittery, Maine. The company also was presented with an Excellence Award for the Long Bridge project.
All told, 12 projects received Excellence or Merit’ awards at the Oct. 24 event, which was held Oct. 24 in Manchester.
The winning projects, selected from entries submitted from across Vermont and New Hampshire, were judged on complexity, attractiveness, unique challenges overcome, completion time, workmanship, innovation, safety and cost.
The Winning projects, selected from entries submitted from across Vermont and New Hampshire, were judged on complexity, attractiveness, unique challenges overcome, completion time, workmanship, innovation, safety and cost. A panel of industry experts served as the competition’s judges.
Excellence Awards were presented to:
- Pfizer clinical manufacturing facility, RELCO (Reilly Electrical Contractors)
- Rand-Whitney headquarters andwarehouse, Procon
- Main Street United Methodist Church, NorthPoint Construction Management
- Assembly Row, Procon
- The Barn, a private residence, NorthPoint Construction Management
- Van Brodie Mill workforce housing project, EnviroVantage
Winning Merit Awards were:
- Roger & Francine Jean student center complex, Saint Anselm College, Eckman Construction
- Pro Star Aviation, Procon
- The Kendrick, Exterior Designs
- Land Rover Bedford, Eckman Construction
- NH Liquor Commission’s Portsmouth Liquor Store #38, North Branch Construction
“We were thrilled by the quality and caliber of projects recognized at the event,” said Josh Reap, president and CEO of ABC. “On display was the best of the industry, the projects and the local companies that built them are truly world class.”