NWCCC Distinguished Project Award Winner
Patrick Lyneis Memorial Safety Award

NHDS and Reformer Integrity Project

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  • Owner: BP
  • Designers: Anvil
  • Contractors: Diamond B, Anvil, Mills Electric, PCI, Barnhart Crane & Rigging, Safway Scaffolding, WRS
NWCCC Distinguished Project Award Winner
Green Project of the Year

Upper Clear Creek Mitigation Site Project

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  • Owner: Port of Tacoma
  • Designers: Bruce Dees & Associates
  • Contractors: Active Construction, Bruce Dees & Associates, Buckley Nursery Company, Herrera Environmental Consultants, SWCA Environmental Consultants
NWCCC Distinguished Project Award Winner
Best Public Project Under $10m

Anderson Creek Culvert Replacement

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  • Owner: WSDOT
  • Designers: Granite Construction
  • Contractors: Granite Construction, AAA Contractors, American Conc. Co, Amoterra, Apply-A-Line, Axis Crane, Berry Acres Industrial, BC Traffic, Bellingham Marine, Blue Star Welding, Bremen Contsruction, Bridge Access Construction, Cowden Gravel & Ready Mix, Electric West, Geotest, Ground Up, Harris Rebar, Jonnic Construction, M2 Industrial, Matia Construction, Northwest Fence, O’Brien Trucking, Pacific International Grout, Penny Lee, PSE Survey, Purcell Painting, Sicklesteel, Spanish Peaks, Springbrook, Superior Gunite, Western Concrete Pumping
NWCCC Distinguished Project Award Winner
Best Public Project Over $10m

UW Denny Hall Renovation

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  • Owner: University of Washington
  • Designers: Hacker Architects
  • Contractors: BN Builders, Holaday Parks, Prime, Western Partitions, North Star, Pioneer, Titan, PCS, Glumac, Travis FitzMaurice & Associates
NWCCC Distinguished Project Award Winner
Best Private Project Under $10m

Clay Treater Project

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  • Owner: Shell
  • Designers: Anvil
  • Contractors: JH Kelly, Anvil, Pederson Bros, Petrochem, Birch Equipment, Dunkin & Bush, Barnhart Crane & Rigging, Safway Scaffolding, Valen Corp, VECA Electrical
NWCCC Distinguished Project Award Winner
Best Private Project Over $10m

NHDS and Reformer Integrity Project

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  • Owner: BP
  • Designers: Anvil
  • Contractors: Diamond B, Anvil, Mills Electric, PCI, Barnhart Crane & Rigging, Safway Scaffolding, WRS

Register Now to Attend the January 25th NWCCC Student Bid Competition!

On Wednesday, January 25th come see the top Construction Management seniors from the University of Washington, Washington State University, Oregon State University, and Central Washington University as they demonstrate their estimating skills on a recently completed project for the Museum of Flight.

Only a handful of tickets remain available until this event is full, so register here now if you plan to attend!  Cost is free for 2017 NWCCC members, and $299 for non-members.

The day will start with a light breakfast and networking at the Museum of Flight’s View Lounge at 7:30am, with the competition beginning at 8:15 sharp.  Lunch will be served along with a keynote talk from Paul Galeno, King County Wastewater Treatment Department’s Project Control Supervisor.  Paul will discuss employers’ expectations of new construction management hires, and how a new CM graduate can best succeed in their first career role.  Travis Caples, BN Builders‘ Project Manager, will review the competition project after lunch and the judges will give their constructive feedback to the teams before we adjourn at 2:00pm.

As a bonus, admission to the Museum of Flight is included in your registration.  Plan to stay for an hour or two after the program and tour the incredible exhibits the Museum has to offer.

Take this opportunity to visit with these talented young women and men about their future plans, and offer your insights to help them be successful in their career.  It will be an energetic and entertaining program!

Next Event

January 25th, 7:30am-2:00pm: 2017 Student Bid Competition. Join us to see the best and brightest of our regional construction management students as they develop and present a bid proposal for a recently completed construction project. Program to be held at the Museum of Flight's View Lounge. Registration now open and only a few tickets remain!

Benefits of Membership

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Are you interested in becoming a member and participating in our informative monthly meetings? Here are a few key benefits of membership with The Northwest Construction Consumer Council.

  • Leading-edge research
  • Information on best practices
  • Unique case studies
  • Exclusive project tours
  • Legislative and regulatory updates
  • Regional and national networking
  • Award opportunities
  • Invitations to monthly forums
  • Discounts on annual conference