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ENR November 17, 2014
 ENR November 17, 2014
Cover Story:

Massive Makeover Hinges on Smart Coordination

The region's Best Project of the Year required rigorous site logistics, collaboration and design management efforts.

Sector By Sector, An Array of Projects Nab Honors

Judges chose this year's winners in 18 market sectors plus a separate safety category.

Meet the Jury

An independent jury of eight industry experts reviewed, debated and ultimately chose this year's winners.


Photo By Bruce Damonte


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Excellence in Safety
The Green Lane Building at Kean University
Award of Merit: Safety
Hyatt Times Square (135 W. 45th Street)
Best Project: Airports/Tunnel
2nd Avenue Subway, 96th St. Station, Contract C 26005
Award of Merit: Airports/Transit
Metro North Embankment Stabilization at Milepost HU43.8
Best Project: Cultural/Worship
Theatre for a New Audience at Polonsky Shakespeare Center
Award of Merit: Cultural/Worship
Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum Carnegie Mansion
Best Project: Government/Public Buildings
NYC Parks Beach Restoration Modules
Award of Merit: Government/Public Buildings
Statue of Liberty National Monument Life and Safety Upgrades and Post-Sandy Recovery
Best Projects: Green
Novartis Visitor Reception Building
Award of Merit: Green (A)
Fairchild Wheeler Inter-District Magnet Campus
Award of Merit: Green (B)
Washington Square Park, Park House
Best Project: Health Care
Steven and Alexandra Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York
Award of Merit: Health Care
Lawrence + Memorial Hospital Cancer Center
Best Project: Higher Education/Research
Bill & Melinda Gates Hall
Award of Merit: Higher Education/Research
Weill Cornell Medical College’s Belfer Research Building
Best Project: Highways/Bridges
Historic Mystic Movable Bridge Rehabilitation
Award of Merit: Highways/Bridges (A)
Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program, Interchange 8
Award of Merit: Highways/Bridges (B)
Design/Build Services for the Reconstruction of Ramp MQ at the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge, RK-73
Award of Merit: Highways/Bridge (C)
I-84 Over Dingle Ridge Road - Rapid Bridge Replacement
Award of Merit: Highways/Bridges (D)
Alexander Hamilton Bridge and Highbridge Interchange Rehabilitation Project
Award of Merit: Interiors/Tenant Improvement (A)
Harman Flagship Store
Award of Merit: Interiors/Tenant Improvement (B)
1552 Broadway
Award of Merit: Interiors/Tenant Improvement (C)
LS Travel iStore & Porsche Design
Best Project: K-12 Education
PAVE Academy
Best Project: Landscape/Urban Development
LeFrak Center at Lakeside, Prospect Park
Best Project: Manufacturing
Greenpac
Award of Merit: Office/Retail/Mixed-Use (A)
Entry Pavilion at Brookfield Place
Award of Merit: Office/Retail/Mixed-Use (B)
4 World Trade Center
Best Project: Renovation/Restoration
Pier A Restoration
Best Project: Residential/Hospitality
135 East 79th
Award of Merit: Residential/Hospitality (A)
The Marriott at 1717 Broadway
Award of Merit: Residential/Hospitality (B)
The New York Palace
Best Project: Small Project (Under $10 Million)
Monmouth Battlefield State Park Visitor Center
Best Project: Specialty Contracting
Hurricane Sandy Staten Island Residential Repairs
Award of Merit: Specialty Contracting (A)
NYU Langone Sandy Restoration
Award of Merit: Specialty Contracting (B)
4 New York Plaza
Best Project: Sports/Entertainment
Madison Square Garden Transformation Project
Award of Merit: Sports/Entertainment
Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino
Best Project: Water/Wastewater
West Brook Flood Control Project
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