Farmington Hills City Hall Project Wins ESD Construction, Design Award
The Engineering Society of Detroit (ESD) has named the Farmington Hills city hall revitalization project among five 2012 Construction & Design Award winners.
The project, designed by Strategic Energy Solutions, Inc. and built by Contracting Resources, received an Honorable Mention award.
The winners are:
- Wayne State University Chemistry Building Addition and Renovation - Designer: Harley Ellis Devereaux, Contractor: DeMaria Building Company
- Delta Dental of Michigan Headquarters Expansion & Renovation - Designer: Albert Khan Associates, Inc., Contractor: Walbridge
- Accident Fund Holdings, Inc. New National Headquarters/ Ottawa Street Power Station Redevelopment - Designer: HOK, Quinn Evans Architects, Contractor: The Christman Company
- Oakland County International Airport General Aviation Terminal (Honorable Mention) - Designer: Neumann/Smith Architecture, Contractor: Frank Rewold and Son, Inc.
In its 38th year, the ESD Construction and Design Awards are among the premier recognitions awarded to members of the construction industry and their projects. These awards are unique in that they honor the three primary members of the building team: owners, designers and constructors—and recognize outstanding team achievement and innovative use of technology.
Submittals are judged on a strict set of criteria, including: Effective teaming between the owner, designer & constructor; safety; quality of overall design and construction; unique or innovative engineering solutions; sustainable design; sustainable design for the future; environmental consciousness; sensitive land use; as well as social and economic significance.
The winners will be recognized at The ESD Annual Awards Dinner slated for Wednesday, June 27, 2012 at The Fillmore in Detroit.