"Striving to build quality projects on time, within budget with an optimum safety record is the goal of every project team. Partnering is the greatest vehicle protecting stakeholders' interests, resolving conflicts and maintaining a highly motivated team throughout the project. The Build America Awards showcase not only the premier projects in the world, but now also recognize the partnering process that makes it happen." - Sam Hassoun, President of Global Leadership Alliance, Inc. - Association of General Contractors (AGC) Marvin M. Black Partnering Excellence Award.
Additional Awards Include: American Council of Engineering Companies - Orange County Chapter - Award of Excellence (ACEC), American Society of Civil Engineers - Outstanding Award in Sustainable Technology (ASCE), American Society for Quality - Complex Project (ASQ), Association of General Contractors - Build America New Building Award (AGC), ASQ International Team Excellence Award, California Team Excellence Award (CTEA), Design-Build Institute of America - Distinction Award (DBIA).
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"The Walter Reed project continues to be recognized by construction organizations, such as the Alliant Build America Merit Award in the Design-Build category given just days ago by the Associated General Contractors of America, and it's easy to see why. It was a feat, not only in the design-build team delivering a monster of a facility six weeks early, but doing so through the successful collaboration of all team members. In addition, the hospital earned LEED Gold status, and after its completion in September 2011 was named "Project of the Year" by the United States Green Building Council National Capital Region Chapter" - Lessons from Walter Reed - March 21, 2012: Healthcare Design Magazine.
The Bremerton Hospital received Honor Awards which were presented 18 November 2002 at AIA Seattle [NL] 2002 Honor Awards [NL] for Washington Architecture. This award was mentioned in "AIA" and "Modern Healthcare".
AIA 2002 Awards Seattle Jury Comments: "The addition to the existing structure brings new scale and humanity to the serious function of this facility. Here we see a large program activated by the effective mixture of space uses, with clarity of plan unusual for a hospital of this size and complexity. The texture and scale of detail makes for a lively and light experience, pleasant and conducive to the health of those who visit and work here. We especially admire the adjacency of clinical spaces to the outside, and the concern for healing that brings these together. A positive note too for the non-cloying application of nautical motifs."