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ENR Southeast Announces 2019 Best Projects Award Winners

ENR Southeast is proud to announce the winners of our 2019 Best Projects competition! This year, we received more 120 project entries, a roughly 33% jump from a year ago.
NCDOT - Herbert C. Bonner Bridge - Oregon Inlet, NC

After reviewing this year’s entries over the period of a couple of weeks, our independent panel of Best Projects judges selected a total of 40 projects to be recognized with some level of award.

Our independent panel of jurors—which includes panelists from from across the Southeast A/E/C community—included the following: Jamie Breme, Fluor Corp.; Keith Douglas, The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co.; Ken Gerrard, T.A. Loving Co.; Ray Riddle, Holder Construction; Aaron Thomas, MetCon Construction; and Ron Whalen, Roger B. Kennedy Construction.

Additionally, our panel of judges nominated finalists for ENR Southeast’s 2019 Project of the Year. These finalists will be announced via soon, and then recognized for this achievement both in the print magazine and at our Best Projects Awards event, to be held Nov. 1 in Orlando. Of course, that’s also where ENR Southeast will announce the Project of the Year winner.

All winning project teams — as well as our Owner of the Year, Design Firm of the Year, Contractor of the Year, Specialty Contractor of the Year and Legacy Award winner — will be celebrated in Orlando on Nov. 1 at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld . Click here to register for the event!

Congratulations to all our winners! Read the full article and see all of the winners here.


Best Project
Marc Basnight Bridge / Replacement of the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge, Outer Banks, N.C.— submitted by PCL Civil Constructors and HDR Design-Build Team

Award of Merit
Design-Build Interstate 75 Express Lanes, Miramar and Miami, Fla. — submitted by OHL USA, Inc./Community Asphalt Corp.

Award of Merit
Surf City Bridge Replacement, Surf City, N.C. — submitted by Balfour Beatty Infrastructure, Inc.

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