For Immediate Release
Hilton Cleveland Downtown tops list of nominees
Cleveland, Ohio, November 15, 2016:
The 65th Annual Design & Construction Conference and Trade Show committee announces their 2017 Award of Excellence nominees:
New Construction - Large Project ($20 million+)
1. Hilton Cleveland Downtown
2. Cleveland Institute of Art George Gund Building
3. Cleveland Third District Police Headquarters
4. Flats East Bank, Phase 2
5. Ralph Perkins II Wildlife Center & Woods Garden - Presented by KeyBank
New Construction - Small Project
1. Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Rosebrough Tiger Passage
2. Kyocera SGS Precision Tools End Mill Facility (Cuyahoga Falls)
3. Swagelok Cleveland Sales & Service Center
Renovation - Large Project ($20 million+)
1. First Energy Stadium
2. The Kimpton Schofield Hotel
3. Kent State University Center for the Visual Arts
4. Drury Plaza Hotel Cleveland Downtown
Renovation - Small Project
1. The Church of the Saviour (Cleveland Heights)
2. Our Lady of Mercy (Tremont)
3. Parker Hannifin Downtown YMCA
1. The Ohio Theatre Lobby
2. Innerbelt Bridge
The 2017 Design and Construction Conference and Trade Show is presented by The Cleveland Engineering Society and supported by ARC Document Solutions, Greater Cleveland RTA, Properties Magazine, and SE Blueprint.
The Award of Excellence is among the premier recognitions to members of the Architectural, Engineering, and Construction communities.
This award is unique because it honors the three primary members of a building team: owners, designers and constructors-and recognizes outstanding team achievement and innovative use of technology. The award was conceived over 50 years ago to encourage elevation of the standards of practice in the Architectural, Engineering, and Construction professions.
2016 winners included CSU's Center for Innovation in Medical Professions (New, Large Project); Case Western Reserve University/The Milton & Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center (Renovation, Large); and The Fairmont Creamery (Renovation, Small).
Awards will be presented during the conference's opening session Thursday, March 16, 2017 at LaCentre Conference Center in Westlake, Ohio. Registration information, event branding opportunities, and more can be found at http://www.cesnet.org/events.
About The Cleveland Engineering Society
The Cleveland Engineering Society (CES) is a non-profit professional membership organization founded in 1880. The organization's mission is to serve the educational and professional development needs of technical professionals and the organizations that employ them; to encourage young people to pursue careers in science, engineering and technical professions; and to foster an exchange of information and ideas that will advance development and recognition of the region as a technology center.
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