Cleveland Engineering Society Presents Awards at March 3 Conference


The Award of Excellence is among the premier recognitions accorded to members of the Architectural, Engineering, and Construction community. These awards are unique because they honor the three primary members of the building team: owners, designers and constructors—and recognize outstanding team achievement and innovative use of technology. The awards were conceived over 50 years ago to encourage elevation of the standards of practice in the Architectural, Engineering, and Construction professions.

The following projects will receive an Award of Excellence in the categories listed below:

New Construction, Large Project

Center for Innovation in Medical Professions, Cleveland State University

Nestle Research & Development Center

New Construction, Small Project

Tri-C Public Safety Training Center

Renovation, Large Project

The Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center at CWRU

Renovation, Small Project

The Fairmont Creamery

The Conference/Tradeshow will revolve around emerging trends in the areas of Public Agency Updates, Facilities, Technology, and Construction and will feature twelve breakout sessions focused on these areas; as well as Morning and Luncheon Keynote speakers. For more information about the conference contact CES at 216-361-3100 or visit the events page at

About Cleveland Engineering Society

The Cleveland Engineering Society (CES) is a non-profit professional membership organization founded in 1880. The organization has a mission 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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