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MEMBER AND CHAPTER NEWS SAN ANTONIO CHAPTER BESTOWS 2012 OUTSTANDING CONSTRUCTION AWARDS On Nov. 2, 2012, the San Antonio Chapter of AGC held its construction industry awards. Here are the winners: • Guido Brothers Construction Co. — General Contractor of the Year • Allegiance Floors — Specialty Contractor of the Year • Architectural Division 8 — Supplier of the Year • Absolute Resourcing — Ace Tinch Service Provider of the Year • Raba Kistner Inc. — Engineer of the Year • O’Neill Conrad Oppelt Architects Inc. — Architect of the Year • Rick Reed of Coats Rose PC — Bubba Moeller Award for Outstanding Service • James Jedrziewski of Invest Central — Outstanding CLF Member of the Year • A&A Plumbing — SMWBE Contractor of the Year members and the craftworkers they employ.” Thus began a video commemorating that work at the associations’ joint Annual Gala Dinner on Oct. 18, 2012, at The Palace at Somerset Park in Somerset, N.J. Only days before Hurricane Sandy devastated much of New Jersey, more than 350 members and guests attended the dinner and celebrated with the video that captured the strength and beauty of the landscape they sculpted. The video can be downloaded from the BCANJ homepage at www.bcanj.com and the AGC of NJ homepage at www. agcofnj.com. industry icon Andrew Ball as its new president of the West region. Suffolk will also open a new office in San Francisco which will allow the organization to strengthen its foothold and expand opportunities for future growth in the West. “We are absolutely thrilled that Andy has joined our organization to lead our operations in the West region,” says John Fish, chairman and CEO of Suffolk Construction. “Andy clearly has the experience, unique skill set, and local relationships that will strengthen Suffolk’s existing presence in that area of the country.” Andy Ball is the former CEO of San Mateo-based Webcor Builders. BRASFIELD & GORRIE AWARDED NEW STEEL PROCESSING FACILITY Brasfield & Gorrie, a member of Alabama AGC, Georgia Branch, AGC, Carolinas AGC and TEXO, was recently named the designbuilder for a new steel processing facility for Kloeckner Metals, one of the leading metal distributors in North America. Located in Calvert, Ala., the project is anticipated to be complete in 2013. The steel industry has a vital impact on the economy and our community,” says Steven Manown, vice president and division manager at Brasfield & Gorrie. “We are honored to be a part of a project that will provide significant opportunities for the local community.” SOUTHLAND INDUSTRIES APPOINTS NEW VICE PRESIDENT OF ENERGY SERVICES JOINT BCANJ / AGC OF NJ GALA DINNER HONORS CONTRACTOR MEMBERS “For 75 years, the members of Building Contractors Association of New Jersey and Associated General Contractors of New Jersey have built a brick-by-brick, mileby-mile history of the state. New Jersey residents who travel its roads and rails, its bridges and tunnels, who practice their faith in its houses of worship, who rely on clean water and certain power in their homes and businesses, who draw inspiration from its landmarks and educational institutions, who inhabit the buildings that represent our proud heritage, all have benefitted from the work of association SUFFOLK CONSTRUCTION OPENS SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE Suffolk Construction, an AGC of Massachusetts and AGC of Metropolitan Washington DC member, announced in November 2012 it has hired construction Southland Industries, one of the nation’s largest design-build mechanical contracting firms, recently welcomed Natasha Shah on board as vice president of energy services. Bringing with her years of experience in federal energy and environmental development ensuring solutions have met and exceeded client energy requirements, Ms. Shah has a deep understanding of the national competitive marketplace. J A N U A R Y / F E B R U A R Y 2 0 1 3 | www.constructormagazine.com 69 http://www.bcanj.com http://www.agcofnj.com http://www.constructormagazine.com

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Constructor - January/February 2013

EDITOR’S NOTE
PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
CEO’S LETTER
A SLOW CLIMB
OPTIMISM MATERIALIZES
BIM BUZZ
HIGH HEELS AND HARD HATS
ACHIEVING NET ZERO TAKES TEAMWORK
SECURE THAT SITE
AGC IN ACTION
ACCELERATED BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION EARNS HAMILTON TOP HONORS
WHO ARE YOU? PART II
LOW IMPACT AT HIGH SPEED
BUILDING CONCRETE RELATIONSHIPS THROUGH BIM
TECHNOLOGY TOOLBOX
TECHNOLOGY TOOLBOX
MEMBER AND CHAPTER NEWS
LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY NEWS
UPCOMING EVENTS
2013 SERVICE & SUPPLY BUYERS’ GUIDE - A SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION
PRODUCTS & SERVICES MARKETPLACE
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS
FINAL INSPECTION

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