Nearly 200 of the region’s top construction professionals attended ENR New England’s Best Regional Project Awards on Dec. 8 at the Hyatt Regency Boston.
The awards are a series of special events across the country to celebrate and honor project teams that created the "best" regional projects of 2016. The projects are selected by juries of local prominent industry professionals. The winning projects will automatically compete in ENR’s national Best of the Best Projects competition. Those winners will be recognized at an awards event in April in New York City.
Categories awarded cover a wide variety, including best Best Green, Best K-12 Education and Best Renovation/Restoration, to name just a few. This year, the New England region received entries from Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.
Clicker here to see the full list of winners.
This year’s Legacy Award winner was Carl Sciple. The Northeast director at MOCA Systems, Sciple worked for the US Army Corps of Engineers for 24 years and the Massachusetts Port Authority for 23 years. Carl has thought construction management at Wentworth Institute of Technology and is involved with various mentoring programs. He is a board member and past president of both the society of American Military Engineers and the Construction Management Association of America New England Chapter.
This year’s event also honored New England’s first-ever Contractor of the Year award to Shawmut Design and Construction. You can read more about Shawmut here.
The event concluded with the awarding of this year’s New England Project of the Year to the Grace Farms River Building in Connecticut. You can read more about the Grace Farms project here.
ENR will begin taking submissions for the 2017 Regional Best Project awards in April.