Northern California and Western Nevada chapter of ACI honors projects

The Northern California and Western Nevada Chapter of the American Concrete Institute recently recognize four outstanding concrete construction projects. The winners are:

Architectural Category Winner: US Federal Courthouse – Bakersfield
Submitted by: John Hunt and Tony Smith, Vulcan Materials Company
Architect: NBBJ Architects
Concrete Contractor: T.B. Penick and Sons Inc.
General Contractor: Gilbane Building Company
Owner/Developer: United States Federal Government
Ready Mix Supplier: Vulcan Materials Company
Structural Engineer: Thornton Tomasetti

Structural Category Winner: Cal Memorial Stadium
Submitted by: Chris Plue and Mike Paves, Webcor Concrete
Architect: HNTB/Studios
Concrete Contractor: Webcor Concrete
Engineer: Flack & Kurtz Inc.
General Contractor: Webcor Builders
Owner/Developers: University of California, Berkeley
Ready Mix Supplier: CEMEX
Structural Engineer: Forell/Elsessor Engineers Inc.

Construction and Green/Environmental Category Winner: San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Headquarters
Submitted by: Central Concrete
Architect: KMD Architects and Stevens Architects in joint venture
Concrete Contractor: Webcor Builders
Engineer: Civil: Telemon Engineering (TECI); MEP: SJE in association with Arup
General Contractor: Webcor Builders
Owner/Developer: San Francisco Department of Public Works
Ready Mix Supplier: Central Concrete
Structural Engineer: SOHA with Tipping Mar; Bello and Associates

Unique Use of Concrete Winner: Lange Twins Winery Chai and Hospitality Room
Submitted by: Steven Perry, 7/11 Materials Inc.
Architect: Timothy Mattheis, WMB
Concrete Contractor: F&H Construction / Gosney Concrete Restoration
Engineer: Ingraham – DeJesse
General Contractor: F&H Construction
Owner/Developer: Lange Twins Winery
Ready Mix Supplier: 7/11 Materials Inc.
Structural Engineer: Ingraham – DeJesse

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