Haskell Wins Eight Awards from Associated Builders and Contractors

Haskell Wins Eight Awards from Associated Builders and Contractors

JACKSONVILLE, FL – Haskell, one of the industry's leading integrated firms, took home five Excellence in Construction awards along with the Green Tomorrow award, the Safety award and an Individual Award of Excellence from the Florida First Coast Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC). This ABC event is one of the premier competitions in the building and construction industry, recognizing outstanding construction projects around the nation.

Each year, the First Coast Chapter recognizes the best work of general contractor and subcontractor members. The Excellence In Construction Awards program highlights ABC members’ achievements in construction, including the quality of work, size of projects and the amount of different materials used. The program also serves as a vehicle that offers the opportunity for members to showcase their finest work completed within the previous 24 months.

During this year's 21st Excellence In Construction Award ceremony, Haskell received awards for individual achievement and Excellence in Construction for its work on several projects spanning various categories, including:

City of Venice Water Treatment Plant R.O. and SCADA System Project
Public Works / Environmental (up to $100M)
Nominated for Project of the Year

Del Mar Beach Resort Entertainment Venue & Villas
Federal Government / Military $10-$100M
Greener Tomorrow Award Winner

U.S. Coast Guard Station Fairport and Boathouse
Federal Government / Military $10-$100M
Safety Award Winner

Gulfstream Product Support & Service Center
Industrial $15-$25M

Miami Dade College Parking Garage and Central Utility Plant

Kim Cutlip
Individual Award of Excellence
Marketing Professional

To oversee the selection process, a panel represented by a cross section of the industry was selected. During the judging process, architects, engineers, and industry leaders reviewed the scope of work and photos of each project entry and ranked them on criteria such as quality of specialized workmanship; attention to electrical and mechanical systems; examination of detail; and general appearance and uniqueness of the project entry. Judges then assigned a numerical score for the entries with the highest score determining the winner in each specific category. Winning projects also fell into cost range categories of under 1 million to over 100 million.