Four construction executives will receive 2012 Golden Beaver awards from The Beavers, a Los Altos, Calif., group of practitioners mostly based in the western states. Cited for management is J. Doug Pruitt, chairman of Sundt Construction Inc., Tempe, Ariz., since 1998. Pruitt is a former national president of the Associated General Contractors and a founding member of the Construction Industry Ethics and Compliance Initiative. Receiving the supervision award is James M. Marquardt, senior vice president and tunnel division manager, eastern region, for J.F. Shea Co. Inc., Walnut, Calif. A 33-year tunneling veteran, he now is involved in the $1.1-billion No. 7 subway extension in New York City. Sam E. Baker Jr., a partner in the Seattle law firm Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker LLP, will receive the group's service and supply award. He is a founding member of the University of Washington Contractor Industry Advisory Council. Cited for engineering is William W. Edgerton, chairman of Jacobs Associates, San Francisco. With the firm since 1987, he has led engineering on major tunnel and infrastructure projects in the U.S., Puerto Rico and Hong Kong. Recipients will be honored on Jan. 13 in Los Angeles, at a new location, the J.W. Marriott Hotel at L.A. Live.

The Moles, a Woodcliff Lake, N.J., group of heavy- construction executives, named Richard E. Wagman and Thomas N. Iovino to receive its 2012 outstanding achievement awards. Wagman is chairman and CEO of G.A. & F.C. Wagman Inc., a York, Pa., contractor. He has grown from being a player on the local market to roles on major jobs such as the Woodrow Wilson bridge. Iovino is founder and CEO of The Judlau Cos., a College Point, N.Y., public-works firm. Begun in 1983, it ranks at No. 113 on ENR's Top 400 Contractors list. He also is president of a family foundation that funds clean-water projects in emerging nations. The awards will be presented on Jan. 25 in NYC.