APWA announces the 2019 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 award winners will be recognized during APWA’s PWX, which takes place September 8-11 in Seattle, Washington.

Congratulations to the 2019 Public Works Projects of the Year Award winners:
Disaster or Emergency Construction/Repair
  • <$5 million: Washington Street Culvert Emergency Repair
  • $25 million–$75 million: Mud Creek Emergency Reopening
  • <$5 million: Fish Passage Enhancement Program
  • $5 million but less than $25 million: Stony Island Habitat Restoration Project
  • $25 million–$75 million: San Pedro Creek Culture Park
  • >$75 million: Groundwater Reliability Improvement Program Recycled Water Project
  • >$75 million: Oak Harbor Clean Water Facility
Historical Restoration/Preservation
  • <$5 million: Central Avenue/Elliot Street Historic Bridge Rehabilitation
  • $5 million but less than $25 million: Madison Municipal Building Renovation
  • $5 million but less than $25 million: Yesler Way Bridge Reconstruction
  • $25 million–$75 million: Minot Downtown Infrastructure Improvements Project
  • >$75 million: Longfellow Bridge Rehabilitation Design-Build
  • <$5 million: Kiwanis Park Splash Playground
  • $5 million but less than $25 million: Nine Mile Creek Regional Trail
  • $25 million–$75 million: Oswego Public Safety Campus
  • >$75 million: Calaveras Dam Replacement Project
  • >$75 million: Gateway to Monroe County
  • <$5 million: Marsh Creek Road Bridge Replacement Project
  • $5 million but less than $25 million: Caltrain Santa Clara Station Pedestrian Underpass Extension
  • $25 million–$75 million: Bayview Corridor Project
  • $25 million–$75 million: Tangerine Road: Dove Mountain Boulevard to La Cañada Drive
  • >$75 million: I-11 Boulder City Bypass Phase 2 Design-Build
  • >$75 million: SouthEast Connector, Phase 2
Small Cities/Rural Communities Projects of the Year: 
  • Disaster/Emergency: Storm Disasters Recovery Project, February 2017-March 2018
  • Environment: Bolton Reservoir Replacement
  • Historical Restoration/Preservation: Downtown Afton Revitalization
  • Structures: Warren Riverview Park Development
  • Transportation: Grand Avenue Half Moon Lake Bridge Replacement
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