Dedication, Innovation, and Hard Work has it's rewards


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Seattle public utilities - North

1350 N 34th Street, Seattle, Washington

IDEAS² Award 2018 (for projects less than $15 million) was awarded to the North Transfer Station Rebuild, Tipping and Transfer Building. The IDEAS² (Innovative Design in Engineering and Architecture with Structural Steel) Award was awarded to this project by the AISC. It is the highest honor given to projects in the structural steel industry. It recognizes excellence and innovation in the use of structural steel on building projects in the U.S. The project was chosen specifically out of submissions from across the U.S. for its emphasis on: creative solutions to program requirements, innovative design, aesthetic impact, AESS (Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel), advances in the use of steel and the innovative design and construction methods.   

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dodge creek bridge

Elkton-Sutherlin Highway, Oregon 

The NSBA (National Steel Bridge Alliance) Prize Bridge Award, in the short span category, was presented to the Dodge Creek Bridge in 2014. This award looks at innovation, economics, aesthetics, design and engineering solutions. In addition the NSBA judges offer special commendation to bridges that have outstanding Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC). This award is country wide and is presented to fabricated structural steel bridges. 

 
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Bill Healy Memorial Bridge

SW Reed Market Road, Bend, Oregon 

The NSBA (National Steel Bridge Alliance) Prize Bridge Award, in the medium span category, was presented to the Bill Healy Memorial Bridge in 2005. This award looks at innovation, economics, aesthetics, design and engineering solutions. The bridges structural length is 481 feet, average deck width is 65 feet, with 905 tons of steel.

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pdx roadway canopy & pedestrian bridges

Portland International Airport, Portland, Oregon 

The National Engineering Awards of Excellence 2001. The Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) competition recognizes engineering firms for projects that demonstrate an exceptional degree of innovation, complexity, achievement and value. Fought & Company an AISC certified shop, fabricated the canopy trusses and pedestrian bridge steel.