News | November 14, 2018

America's Best Design-Build Projects Prove There's A Better Way To Build

From university buildings to bridge replacements, this year’s 2018 Design-Build Project/Team Award winners are the best design-build projects in the nation and demonstrate how Design-Build Done Right continues to deliver project innovation and savings to communities from coast to coast. This year’s winners were announced at the 2018 Design-Build Awards Dinner during the Design-Build Conference & Expo in New Orleans.

Design-Build Project of the Year

I-66/Route 15 Interchange Reconstruction Design-Build Project – Town of Haymarket, Prince William County, Virginia

Excellence Award winners are the best in their category or excelled in one of the key components vital to design-build success including design, process and teaming. DBIA also honors excellence in small projects and presents the Chairman’s Award for projects which make extraordinary contributions to their communities.

Design-Build National Awards of Excellence

Special Recognitions

Excellence in Design – Architecture

WSU Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center – Pullman, Washington

Excellence in Design – Engineering

University of California Irvine Transmission Electron Microscope Facility – Irvine, California

Excellence in Process

 The Spark at Washington State University – Pullman, Washington

Excellences in Teaming

The Spark at Washington State University – Pullman, Washington

Excellence in Small Projects

Trinity County HBP Bridges Design-Build – Trinity County, California

Chairman’s Award

WSU Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center – Pullman, Washington

For more information and a full list of winners of this year’s awards, please visit DBIA’s website.

About Design-Build Institute of America
The Design-Build Institute of America, based in Washington, D.C., is the only membership organization bringing together thousands of organizations and individuals representing architects, engineers, owners, contractors, manufacturers (and more) to define, teach and promote best practices in design-build.

SOURCE: Design-Build Institute of America