Timmons Group’s Pentagon Renovation Wedges 2-5 Project Wins 2011 Best Overall National Design-Build Award

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Renovation project in Arlington, Virginia recently won the 2011 Best Overall National Design-Build Award presented to Hensel Phelps Construction Company on Thursday, October 20th during the Awards Dinner at the 2011 DBIA Annual Conference & Expo.

As part of the Hensel Phelps Construction Company design-build team, Timmons Group provided civil engineering, LEED® and land surveying services in support of the Pentagon Wedges 2 - 5 Renovations.

This project is a testament to Timmons Group’s commitment for design excellence. I am proud of Timmons Group’s involvement led by Project Manager Nick Hadiaris, PE and our entire project team.

Timmons Group, an ENR 500 Design Firm and a leader in civil engineering consulting services is pleased to announce that the Pentagon Renovation Wedges 2-5 project in Arlington, Virginia has recently won the 2011 Best Overall National Design-Build Award. Each year the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) honors people and projects in design-build through a variety of awards. These awards recognize the most successful design-build projects in the United States and the most influential people in the advancement of the design and construction industry. The award was presented to Hensel Phelps Construction Company on Thursday, October 20th during the Awards Dinner at the 2011 DBIA Annual Conference & Expo.

The Pentagon Renovation was the most complex renovation project in contemporary history. The project included design-build of a flexible state-of-the-art command center, complex collocations of military departments and a delicate ballet of shifting 25,000 tenants around a building multiple times without disruption to our nation’s military. As part of the Hensel Phelps Construction Company design-build team, Timmons Group provided civil engineering, LEED® and land surveying services in support of the Pentagon Wedges 2 through 5 Renovation that included design of utility improvements, drainage improvements, and civil layout and hardscape items.

Timmons Group has partnered with A/E/C firms to develop some of the largest, most complex multidisciplinary projects in the United States. "We are honored to be a part of this model design-build project and are thrilled it won such a prestigious award,” said Bruce McCloy, PE, LEED AP, DBIA, Principal at Timmons Group. “This project is a testament to Timmons Group’s commitment for design excellence. I am proud of Timmons Group’s involvement led by Project Manager Nick Hadiaris, PE and our entire project team."

The Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) is an association of leaders in the design and construction industry utilizing design-build and integrated project delivery methods to achieve high performance projects. Founded in 1993, and headquartered in Washington, D.C., DBIA proudly stands as the only membership organization bringing together thousands of organizations and individuals representing architects, engineers, public and private owners, general and specialty contractors, manufacturer and suppliers, students, college and university faculty, legal and finance professionals and many more.

About Timmons Group
Timmons Group is a multi-disciplined engineering and technology firm recognized for nearly twenty years as one of Engineering News Record’s (ENR) Top 500 Design Firms in the country. As a Certified Small Business (SWaM) in the Commonwealth of Virginia, the firm provides civil engineering, environmental, GIS/geospatial technology, landscape architecture and surveying services to a diverse client base. Headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, Timmons Group has regional offices throughout Virginia and North Carolina. For more information, visit http://www.timmons.com.

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