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ENR California Announces Best Projects 2012 Winners

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ENR California has announced the winners of this year’s Best Projects competition, which recognizes the region’s best achievements in construction and design.

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Best Small Project Under $10M: Point Bonita Lighthouse Pedestrian Bridge
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The 38 winners, along with an Overall Best Project winner, reviewed by a panel of judges, will be featured in the Dec. 3, 2012 issue of ENR California. The winners will also be honored at the annual Best Projects breakfast, scheduled for Dec. 6, 2012, at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis Hotel.

Best Civil Works/Infrastructure Project

Sunrise Powerlink, San Diego – Submitted by San Diego Gas & Electric

Award of Merit

Bitter Point Pumping Station Replacement Project, Newport Beach – Submitted by LEE & RO, Inc.

Delta Water Supply Project, Stockton – Submitted by CDM Smith

Best Cultural/Worship Project

Los Angeles County Museum of Art Transformation Phase II, Los Angeles – Submitted by MATT Construction

Award of Merit


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