APWA announces the 2018 Public Works Projects of the Year


APWA would like to congratulate each of this year's Public Works Projects of the Year. Each year, APWA presents the Public Works Projects of the Year awards to promote excellence in the management and administration of public works projects, recognizing the alliance between the managing agency, the contractor, the consultant, and their cooperative achievements. This year's winners will be recognized during PWX 2018, which takes place August 26-29 in Kansas City, Missouri.

2018 Public Works Project of the Year Award Winners:

  • Elkhorn Road Emergency Storm Disaster Repair
    Disaster or Emergency Construction/Repair: Less than $5 Million
  • Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge
    Disaster or Emergency Construction/Repair, $5 million but less than $25 million
  • 15 Mile Road Sewer Collapse
    Disaster or Emergency Construction/Repair, $25 million–$75 million
  • Catastrophic Sewer Force Main Failures
    Disaster or Emergency Construction/Repair, $25 million–$75 million
  • Huebner Creek Regional Stormwater Facility
    Environment, <$5 million
  • Dixie Drain Phosphorus Removal Facility
    Environment, $5 million but less than $25 million
  • Basin Creek Water Treatment Plant
    Environment, 25 million–$75 million
  • Chambers Creek Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion
    Environment, >$75 million
  • Earthquake Damage Repair – Historic Goodman Library
    Historical Restoration/Preservation, <$5 million
  • Historic Westside School
    Historical Restoration/Preservation, $5 million but less than $25 million
  • Tacoma Avenue South Bridge Rehabilitation
    Historical Restoration/Preservation, $5 million but less than $25 million
  • Minnesota State Capitol
    Historical Restoration/Preservation, >$75 million
  • El Franco Lee Park Wetland Enhancements
    Structures, <$5 million
  • RTC Mobility Training Center
    Structures, $5 million but less than $25 million
  • University of Washington, West Campus Utility
    Structures, $25 million–$75 million
  • U.S. Bank Stadium
    Structures, >$75 million
  • Wadsworth-Waterton Intersection Improvements
    Transportation, <$5 million
  • US 6 and 19th Street Interchange
    Transportation, $5 million but less than $25 million
  • Nicollet Mall Redesign & Reconstruction
    Transportation, $25 million–$75 million
  • St. Croix Crossing
    Transportation, >$75 million

Small Cities/Rural Communities Projects of the Year:

  • Black Brook Road Reconstruction and Slope Stabilization
    Disaster/Emergency
  • Wausau Riverfront Redevelopment
    Environment
  • Orangevale Avenue Bridge Rehabilitation
    Historical Restoration/Preservation
  • Riverfront Renaissance Improvements
    Structures
  • Sandstone Underpass
    Transportation

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The full Reporter article can be viewed on Issuu.com, APWA's website, or in PDF form.