Utah Capitol Project wins CM Award

August 11, 2010

Sixteen projects, including Utah's capitol renovation, received Project Achievement Awards at this year's Construction Management Association of America National Conference in San Francisco.

The winner in the category Buildings, Renovation/Modernization Project with Constructed Value Greater than $20 Million was the state of Utah Capitol Seismic Retrofit and Restoration. The owner was the Utah State Capitol Preservation Board, and the construction manager was Parsons (PM) Jacobson Hunt Joint Venture (CM At-Risk).

The awards were presented during CMAA's Industry Recognition Dinner at the conclusion of the conference. Winning CMs and project owners were present to receive the awards. A panel of more than 20 judges selected the winners from among more than 100 entries.

         
 

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