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 for March 16th “New Frontiers In Construction” Program

The NWCCC is pleased to join with the University of Washington’s Center for Education and Research in Construction (CERC) to offer attendance at their 2017 Conference “New Frontiers in Construction” as our March program.

Click here to register!  Cost is free for 2017 NWCCC members, and $299 for non-members.

Since 2011, The UW’s CERC has created a venue to highlight research and its relevance for pressing issues facing the construction industry.  Looking deeply at the frontiers in technology and evolving practices, CERC and its partners, demonstrate the application and benefits of applied research for participating organizations. Participants receive timely information that can be put into practice right when they return to the office Monday morning.

Click here for the “New Frontiers In Construction” agenda, and we look forward to seeing you on Thursday, March 16 at the Center for Education and Research in Construction located at Magnusson Park in Seattle (7543 63rd Ave NE, Building 5, Bay B;  directions here).

 

Next Event

March 16th, 7:30am-5:00pm: "New Frontiers In Construction" at University of Washington's CERC Lab at Magnusson Park in Seattle - The NWCCC is pleased to join with the University of Washington’s Center for Education and Research in Construction (CERC) to offer attendance at their 2017 Conference. Since 2011, The UW's CERC has created a venue to highlight research and its relevance for pressing issues facing the construction industry. Looking deeply at the frontiers in technology and evolving practices, CERC and its partners, demonstrate the application and benefits of applied research for participating organizations. Participants receive timely information that can be put into practice right when they return to the office Monday morning.
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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