Mid-Atlantic Construction’s Best of 2009:   April 01, 2010
Ted Wolf (left) of Forrester Construction and Nancy Penn of CH2M Hill accept an Award of Merit in the Cultural category for the Ford’s Theatre National Historic Site project. Mid-Atlantic Construction magazine honored the region’s best projects and the teams who built those projects at a ceremony in Baltimore, Md., Dec. 11, 2009. Ted Wolf (left) of Forrester Construction and Nancy Penn of CH2M Hill accept an Award of Merit in the Cultural category for the Ford’s Theatre National Historic Site project.
The build team from The Walter L. Rice Education Building at the VCU Inger & Walter Rice Center for Environmental Life Sciences accepts its award for Overall Project of the Year. The project also won the Green Projects category. The build team from The Walter L. Rice Education Building at the VCU Inger & Walter Rice Center for Environmental Life Sciences accepts its award for Overall Project of the Year. The project also won the Green Projects category.
Jason Randle (left) of Forrester Construction and Louis Fry of Lance Bailey & Associates accept an Award of Merit in the K-12 category for the Addison Elementary School project. Jason Randle (left) of Forrester Construction and Louis Fry of Lance Bailey & Associates accept an Award of Merit in the K-12 category for the Addison Elementary School project.
Robert Claiborne (left) and Glenn Neighbors of Ayers Saint Gross Architects + Planners accept the Special Jury Award for Architectural Design for their work on the Thomas Jefferson Foundation Monticello Visitor and Smith History Center. Robert Claiborne (left) and Glenn Neighbors of Ayers Saint Gross Architects + Planners accept the Special Jury Award for Architectural Design for their work on the Thomas Jefferson Foundation Monticello Visitor and Smith History Center.


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