These recognitions represent the fifth consecutive year that FTR has been recognized by McGraw-Hill Construction publication.
Irvine, CA (PRWEB) September 24, 2010
FTR International Inc, a leading Construction and Engineering firm, is very pleased to announce our most recent industry recognition for winning multiple “Best of 2010” awards for the two of our recently completed projects including the Orange County Water District Advanced Water Quality Assurance Laboratory in Fountain Valley, CA and the Los Angeles Mission College Health Fitness & Athletic Center of the Los Angeles Community College District. Both projects won “Best of 2010 Project of the Year” awards for Civil/Public Works and Sports/Recreation categories, respectively. These projects are now eligible, and will be automatically entered in Engineering News Record (ENR Magazines) National “Best of” awards competition.
FTR staff and management are proud and enthusiastic also for receiving the Overall Top Project Award in Southern California for the state-of-the-art Orange County Water District Advanced Water Quality Assurance Laboratory. This facility has already impacted the lives of more than two million customers in the Orange County Water District region and FTR is proud to have contributed to the successful completion of this project.
The statewide competition annually recognizes construction and design excellence in Northern and Southern California, as an independent jury of industry experts judged more than 135 nominated projects in a variety of categories. These recognitions represent the fifth consecutive year that FTR has been recognized by McGraw-Hill Construction publication. Past awards have included: “2006 Project Manager of the Year”, “2007 Project of the Year” for Performing Arts Category, “2008 Project of the Year” for Higher Education Category and “2009 Project of the Year” for Civil Public Works “2009 Award of Merit” for GREEN Building, which all demonstrate FTR’s capabilities in delivering superior facilities for leading agencies.
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