APWA Silicon Valley 2018 Public Works Indivi ....

Description :

JOIN US as we honor the Best in our communities.  CELEBRATE WITH US as we recognize outstanding projects and professionals who provide and maintain the infrastructure and services collectively known as PUBLIC WORKS.

APWA Silicon Valley Chapter's 2018 Public Works Projects and Leaders of the Year Award was established to promote excellence in the management and administration of public works projects by recognizing the alliance between the managing agency, the consultant/architect/ engineer, and the contractor who, working together, successfully complete Public Works projects.  In addition, we will recognize individuals who have demonstrated their dedication and commitment to excellence in public works. 

Project awards are given in the following project categories: 

  1. Structures—to include public structure preservation/rehabilitation, municipal buildings, parks, etc.
  2. Transportation—to include highways, interchanges, local roads, mass transit, etc.
  3. Environment/Parks—to include treatment and recycling facilities, parks and recreational facilities , etc.
  4. Utilities—to include water, sanitary sewer, and reclaimed water, etc.
  5. Sustainability/Green—to include contributions to promote sustainability in public works accomplished by the efficient delivery of infrastructure in an environmentally and socially responsible way
  6. Historical Restoration/Preservation—to include historical restoration, preservation and adaptive reuse of existing buildings, structures, and facilities, etc.

And four divisions:

  1. Projects less than $2 million
  2. Projects $2 million to $5 million
  3. Projects $5 million to $25 million
  4. Projects more than $25 million

Public Works Leaders of the Year Award

The Public Works Leaders of the Year Award seeks to inspire excellence and dedication in public service by recognizing the outstanding career service achievements of individual public works professionals from both the public and private sectors. The primary focus of the award is on career service to the public works profession rather than on any one single event or project.  Nominees must be a member of the Silicon Valley Chapter.

Young Leader Award
To recognize and encourage young APWA members who have demonstrated an initial commitment to the profession and the association and show potential for future growth within the association. The award promotes the concept that length of career does not necessarily indicate leadership abilities or potential for service.  Candidates must be active members of APWA and not exceed 35 years of age as of the award nomination deadline.

Contractor of the Year Award
These awards will be presented by the Chapter to deserving contractors. Each contractor nominated for this award will receive a letter from the Chapter acknowledging that they have been nominated. These awards give recognition to contractors who have provided exceptional and continued service to Public Works. It is recognition for those contractors, large or small, who are always available to provide help and assistance in both scheduled activities and emergency situations. Nominee does not need to be a member of the Silicon Valley Chapter.

Award of Merit
This award is given to an individual at the operational level (first line supervisor or below) who performs his/her responsibilities in an exceptionally efficient and courteous manner. Nominees need not be a member of the APWA, but must have been employed by a Public Works related agency for a period of not less than five years.

Event Date & Time:

5/16/2018  11:32 AM - 5/16/2018  1:30 PM

Venue :

Michael's at Shoreline
2960 N. Shoreline Boulevard
Mountain View , CA , 94041

Contact Person :

Jason Mansfield
Email : jmansfield@bkf.com
Phone : (408) 245-4600
Company : BKF Engineers
Title : APWA SV Associate Treasurer

Registration Items :

For Attendees:
  Roast Beef
  Grilled Vegetable Brochette
  Crabmeat & Shrimp Cannelloni

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