Fisher Construction Group earned the Associated General Contractors’s Build Washington Grand Award for Construction Excellence for their work on the NewCold Advanced Logistics. The project also won top honors in the Private Building: 50M – 100M and Innovation Excellence catagories.
“AGC of Washington’s annual Build Washington Awards event recognized the chapter’s top individual and company performances in construction and safety excellence, innovation, community service and diversity over the past year, with a gala awards event held May 16 at Seattle’s Museum of Flight.”
“Congratulations to our award recipients and thank you to our members who participated in our 2019 Build Washington Awards competition,” said AGC 2019 president Paul Mayo of Flatiron West. ‘It is satisfying to celebrate so many member teams for their concrete achievements in safety, quality, innovation and delivery excellence. Our industry accomplishments are truly inspiring.'”
Construction Excellence category judges included Anne Timmermans, Paramatrix; John Schaufelberger, UW College of Built Environments; Marco Foster, WSDOT; Joseph Gildner, Sound Transit; J. Mark D’Amato, DCI Engineers; Ben Minnick, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce; Warren Plugge, Central Washington University, and Dave Kearby, AGC of Washington.
The project is NewCold’s first cold storage facility in the United States and only the second low-oxygen, fully-automated freezer in the country. It serves multiple customers and delivers safe, sustainable, traceable, cold chain solutions that are designed for end-to-end efficiency and value. More >