Awards Given at ESD’s Annual Dinner Event Thursday, June 27, 2013-5:30 p.m. The Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn
SOUTHFIELD, Mich. —After careful and tedious evaluation, The Engineering Society of Detroit (ESD) has chosen seven local projects to receive the 2013 Prestigious Construction & Design Award. The winners will be recognized during ESD’s Annual Awards Dinner on June 27, 2013 at The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn.
In its 39th year, the ESD Construction and Design Awards are among the premier recognitions awarded to members of the construction industry and their projects. These awards are unique in that they honor the three primary members of the building team: owners, designers and constructors—and recognize outstanding team achievement and innovative use of technology.
The 2013 winners are:
1- Cranbrook Art Museum Renovation and Collections Building (Bloomfield Hills)
Contractor: Frank Rewold & Son Designer: SmithGroupJJR Owner: Cranbrook Educational Community and Cranbook Academy of Art and Art Museum
2- NSO Bell Building (Detroit)
Contractor: O’Brien Edwards Construction Company Designer: Fusco, Shaffer & Pappas Owner: Neighborhood Service Organization
3- Michigan State University Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum (East Lansing)
Contractor: Barton Malow Company Designer: Zaha Hadid Architects Owner: Michigan State University
4- Thumb Wind Parks (Minden, McKinley and Sigel Townships in Huron and Sanilac Counties, Michigan)
Contractor: Barton Malow Company Designer: Black & Veatch, MJ Electric Owner: DTE Energy
5- Community Health and Social Services (HASS) Southwest Center (Detroit)
Contractor: Turner Construction Company Designer: Harley Ellis Devereaux Owner: Community Health and Social Services Center, Inc. (CHASS)
6- Eastern Michigan University Mark Jefferson Science Complex (Ypsilanti)
Contractor: Christman/Dumas, A Joint Venture Designer: Peter Basso Associates Owner: Eastern Michigan University
7- Wells Hall Addition at Michigan State University (Lansing)
Contractor: Barton Malow Company Designer: Hamilton Anderson Associates Owner: Michigan State University
Submittals are judged on a strict set of criteria, including: Effective teaming between the owner, designer & constructor; safety; quality of overall design and construction; unique or innovative engineering solutions; sustainable design; sustainable design for the future; environmental consciousness; sensitive land use; as well as social and economic significance.
Awardees will be recognized at ESD’s Annual Dinner Event on Thursday, June 27, 2013—starting at 5:30 p.m. at The Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn.
For more information, visit www.esd.org or call Della Cassia at 248-353-0735, ext. 112 or email@example.com
Founded in 1895, ESD is a multi-disciplinary society uniting engineering, scientific and allied professions to enhance professional development and foster excitement in math and science to produce our next generation of leaders. Serving this generation of engineers and fostering the next. For more information, visit www.esd.org.
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