Yesler Way Bridge Wins ENR Northwest’s Best Renovation/Restoration Project of 2018

Event Date:
Friday, August 17, 2018 - 8:15am

Projects were evaluated on the ability of the project team to overcome challenges, contribute to the industry and community, safety, and construction and design quality.

Written by Christine Kilpatrick,
ENR Northwest

August 17, 2018

ENR Northwest is proud to announce the latest winners of the region’s Best Projects 2018 competition. The magazine’s Excellence in Safety Award, which is juried by a separate group of safety experts, will be named later.

An expert panel of judges have completed weeks of scoring and discussion to determine the list of winners. The projects listed below will be profiled in the November issue of ENR Northwest, and at the awards presentation on Nov. 15 in Seattle. Visit www.enrbestprojectsawards.com for more info or to register.

Judges reviewed more than 30 projects located in Oregon, Alaska and Washington state. Projects were evaluated on the ability of the project team to overcome challenges, contribution to the industry and community, safety and construction and design quality. Judges will also designate an overall Project of the Year from the Best Project-level winners listed below–we’ll announce that winner in our November issue and at the banquet.

Airport/Transit
Best Project: Canpotex/Portland Bulk Terminal Potash Storage Shed. Submitted by Phoenix Industrial.

Energy/Industrial
Best Project: Portland General Electric Marquam Substation. Submitted by Black & Veatch.

Government/Public Building
Best Project: Factoria Recycling and Transfer Station. Submitted by PCL Construction.

Health Care
Award of Merit: Kaiser Permanente Campus. Submitted by Ryan Companies US Inc..

Higher Education/Research
Best Project: Washington State University, The Spark: Academic Innovation Hub. Submitted by ZGF Architects LLP.

Highways/Bridges
Best Project: Peter Courtney Minto Island Bicycle & Pedestrian Bridge. Submitted by Legacy Contracting Inc.
Award of Merit: Glenn Highway Pavement Preservation. Submitted by Granite Construction Co.

Interiors/Tenant Improvement
Best Project: Expensify Portland Office. Submitted by ZGF Architects LLP.

K-12 Education
Best Project: Cascadia Elementary School, Robert Eagle Staff Middle School, and Licton Springs K-8 School. Submitted by Lydig Construction Inc.

Office/Retail/Mixed-Use
Best Project: 450 Alaskan. Submitted by Hudson Pacific Properties.
Award of Merit: The Spheres. Submitted by Sellen Construction.
Award of Merit: Lincoln Square Expansion. Submitted by GLY Construction.

Renovation/Restoration
Best Project: Yesler Way Bridge Reconstruction. Submitted by HDR.
Award of Merit: Maritime Building. Submitted by Turner Construction Co.

Residential/Hospitality
Best Project: Kinects Tower. Submitted by Andersen Construction.
Award of Merit: Tower 12. Submitted by PCL Construction Services Inc.

Small Project (under $10 million)
Best Project: Reduction Oxidation Facility Roof. Submitted by CH2M Hill Plateau Remediation Co.
Award of Merit: Seward Highway Expansion. Submitted by HDR.

Sports/Entertainment
Best Project: “The Ice” Skate Ribbon. Submitted by Stantec.

Water/Environment
Best Project: Cowlitz Falls North Shore Collector. Submitted by The Natt McDougall Co.

The full article can be found here.