Project Awards

Dolphin Station Park-and-Ride Transit Terminal

The Project consists of the design, permitting, and construction activities necessary to complete the Dolphin Station Park-and-Ride Transit Terminal Facility and its access road from NW 12th Street which will be known as Dolphin Station Road.

Project of the Year Category II
Cuban American Association of Civil Engineers (C-AACE) 2019

See Project

SR826/SR836 Palmetto Section 5

In the heart of Miami-Dade County, this $580 million-dollar design-build project, known as Palmetto Section 5, consisted of the reconstruction of one of the busiest interchanges in Florida. With over 500,000 vehicles traversing the facility on a daily basis, it took skilled coordination and oversight to build this four-level system-to-system interchange consisting of 47 bridges, including four segmental directional flyover ramps. The launching gantries became a symbol of this great project and of the ingenuity of our team allows us to build the project without shutting down the facility.

Best Overall Design-Build
Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) Florida Region, October 2017

Project of the Year Award
Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) Florida Region, October 2017

Engineering Excellence Award
Florida Institute of Consulting Engineers (FICE), August 2017

Engineering Excellence Award – Grand Award
American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), May 2017

Project of The Year
Cuban American Association of Civil Engineers (C-AACE), March 2017

Outstanding Technical Achievement
Florida Engineering Society (FES) Local Chapter, March 2017

Project of the Year
American Society of Civil Engineers Florida Section (ASCE), August 2016

Engineering Excellence Awards Competition
American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), 2016

Bridge Award of Excellence
American Segmental Bridge Institute (ASBI), 2015

See Project

SR826 Palmetto Section 2

The opening of the Palmetto Section 2 project provided much-needed congestion relief for the residents of Miami-Dade County.  This $192 million Design-Build project reconstructed the system-to-system interchange of SR 826 (Palmetto Expressway) and SR 874 (Don Shula Expressway).

Design-Build Project of the Year
Design-Build Institute of America, 2012

Project of the Year
American Society of Civil Engineers Florida Section, July 2013
American Society of Civil Engineers Miami-Dade Branch, August 2013

Outstanding Technical Achievement
Florida Engineering Society, February 2013

Project Excellence Award
Florida Institute of Consulting Engineers, November 27, 2012

Best in Construction
Florida Transportation Builders Association, 2012

See Project

NW 25th Street Viaduct

Construction Engineering and Inspection (CEI) services for the widening and reconstruction of NW 25th Street and the construction of an elevated bridge from the SR 826/Palmetto Expressway west to 89th Court. The project seeks to alleviate heavy truck volume on NW 25th Street by moving truck traffic onto the new elevated bridge to improve traffic flow on NW 25th Street.

Best In Construction Award
Major Steel Bridge Category, Florida Transportation Builder’s Association (FTBA), 2012

Big John Monahan Reconstruction

Project of the Year Award – Transportation
Design-Build Institute of America, 2014

Best Overall Design-Build Project of the Year
Design-Build Institute of America, 2014

All Electronic Tolling Phase 5A

Best In Construction Award
ITS Category, Florida Transportation Builder’s Association (FTBA), 2021

I-95 Express Lane Phase 1

Best in Construction Design-Build
Florida Transportation Builders Association, 2010

US-1/Biscayne

Construction Engineering and Inspection (CEI) services for the widening and reconstruction of NW 25th Street and the construction of an elevated bridge from the SR 826/Palmetto Expressway west to 89th Court. The project seeks to alleviate heavy truck volume on NW 25th Street by moving truck traffic onto the new elevated bridge to improve traffic flow on NW 25th Street.

Best In Construction Award
Major Steel Bridge Category, Florida Transportation Builder’s Association (FTBA), 2012