Vision Award Winners Honored by Constructech in Annual Ceremony
September 15, 2011
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Carol Stream, Ill. – Sept. 15, 2011 – Constructech magazine revealed the winners of its 2011 Vision Awards last evening, concluding the annual Technology Day conference. This year’s day of education, networking, and recognition was held at Drury Lane in Oakbrook Terrace, Ill.
The Constructech Vision Awards honor companies that have realized the advantages of applying innovative technologies to their everyday businesses as well as the technology enablers that have helped them achieve their goal.
Eligible companies were involved in residential, commercial, and heavy construction, and also included professionals in all trades, architectural and engineering firms, corporate owners, facility management companies, government agencies, and land developers.
“The Vision Awards certainly give us insight into some of the most cutting-edge implementations taking place in the construction industry,” says Mike Carrozzo, chief editor, Constructech magazine. “We have the chance to recognize innovation in so many sectors of the industry−homebuilding, specialty, heavy/highway, healthcare, education, to name a few. I hope we continue to see this caliber of innovation flooding every corner of the marketplace.”
The winners of the 2011 Constructech Vision Awards are:
Gold: Hill International
Builder/GC Commercial $6 million to $25 million
Builder/GC Commercial $101 million to $250 million
Silver: Tilden-Coil Constructors, Inc.
Bronze: Ajax Building Corporation
Builder/GC Commercial +$500 million
Gold: McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.
Gold: Southern Company Generation Engineering and Construction Services
Silver: Clark Construction Company
Sage Construction and Real Estate
Silver: Webcor Builders
Bronze: Power Construction Company
Palmer Managing Services
Bronze: Robins & Morton
Builder/GC Residential Less than $5 million
Gold: KF Walter Homes
Builder/GC Residential $6 million to $25 million
Gold: Arrisbrook Builders
Builder/GC Residential $26 million to $100 million
Gold: Oakwood Homes
Builder/GC Residential $101 million to $250 million
Gold: Winchester Homes
Builder/GC Residential $251 million to $500 million
Silver: Clark Builders Group
Builder/GC Residential +$500 million
Silver: Irvine Company
Silver: M/I Homes
Construction and Program Management
Gold: Gafcon, Inc.
Corporate Owner: Education
Gold : South Bay Union School District
SGI Construction Management
Corporate Owner: Healthcare
Gold: Kaiser Permanente
Profitable Solutions Institute
Silver: Mercy Medical Center
Silver: Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego
Corporate Owner: Retail/Chain
Gold: Office Depot
Silver: The Corradino Group
Silver: Lehman-Roberts Company
Viewpoint Construction Software
Specialty Contractor: Carpentry Work
Silver: Falewitch Construction Services, Inc.
On Center Software
Specialty Contractor: Electrical Work
Gold: Rosendin Electric
Silver: Motor City Electric Co.
Computer Guidance Corp.
Specialty Contractor: Plastering, Drywall
Gold: California Drywall Co.
Silver: Capparelli / KHS&S Contractors, a joint venture
Bronze: Marek Brothers Systems, Inc.
On Center Software
Regional Transportation District - Denver
“One topic that you will hear throughout the construction marketplace is the idea of collaboration. And, the winners of the Vision Awards epitomize this growing trend,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director, Constructech magazine. “These companies have found success, and that can be seen throughout the organization, from increased ROI, to employee efficiency, and so much more. Congratulations to each of the winners, on both the success they have achieved, and their determination to let collaboration lead them to it.”
If you are interested in learning more about the 2011 Vision Awards winners, check out the Nov/Dec and December 2011 issues of Constructech. To receive your issue, purchase a print or digital issue.
About Constructech Technology Day
Constructech Technology Day is the construction industry’s foremost event promoting the use of technology. Gathering builders, contractors, educators, and solution providers, Technology Day offers a forum for identifying and analyzing the most crucial topics in the marketplace today, as well as providing industry professionals with real answers to their technology questions.
About Constructech Magazine
Constructech magazine is the technology advocate for the construction industry, helping builders, contractors, and corporate owners make educated decisions on software and systems, both in the office and in the field. With unbiased opinions and informative news on software, hardware, automation, and services, Constructech continues to be a highly respected and trusted resource in the industry for almost 15 years.