Nominations are coming in for ENR New York’s “Top Starts,” a dollar-value ranking of the biggest projects that broke ground last year, but there’s still time to send us your Top Starts picks for the region as well as your nomination for who should be 2011’s Top Owner. The deadline for the Starts ranking and Owner of the Year is February 3rd, with publication of both appearing in our March 12th issue.

From the information gathered so far, 40 of the tristate’s biggest projects have a value of at least $99 million – but the list is still growing so that value could be even higher by February 3rd.

Check out the list below for some of the projects nominated so far. Should your project be on the list too? If so, send us an e-mail at with project details – including project name and location, contract size and date of ground breaking. Also include your name, company and your phone number.

We look forward to hearing from you soon – remember the deadline is just days away. Until then, here’s an alphabetically listed sneak peak of some of the largest projects we've found so far. 

Delta/JFK IAT Redevelopment Terminal 4 Concourse B Building, Addition/Renovation, Jamaica, N.Y.

Gotham West, New York, N.Y.

Hackensack River 288-MW Natural Gas-Fire Plant, Kearny, N.J.

Hudson Transmission Line, Ridgefield, N.J.

I-95/I-91/Route 34 Interchange Reconstruction, Contract E, New Haven, Conn.

Mother Clara Hale Bus Depot, New York, N.Y.

Number 7 Subway Line Extension, Furnishing and Systems Installation, New York, N.Y.

Resorts World Aqueduct, Jamaica, N.Y.

Revel Resort Hotel and Casino, Tower 1, Atlantic City, N.J.

The New School, Mixed-Use Building, New York, N.Y.

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, N.Y.

XChange at Secaucus Apartment Building D, Secaucus, N.J.

Yale School of Management Campus, New Haven, Conn.