JACKSONVILLE, FL – Haskell, one of America’s leading design-build firms, recently took home four Excellence in Construction awards, the Green Project of the Year award, and a Pyramid award 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.
“Our unique design-build model allows each division of Haskell to work with clients to create a facility that is architecturally significant, extremely efficient for its purposes and delivered ahead of time and under budget,” said Brad Slappey, President of Haskell’s Government, Health and Public Services Group.
Haskell received awards for its work on several projects spanning various categories, including:
- California Proton Treatment Center – Eagle Award and Project of the Year Nominee – Healthcare Category $25-$100 Million
- Indian Head Wastewater Treatment Plant – Eagle Award – Public Works / Environmental Category
- Project Wave – Eagle Award and Green Project of the Year Award – Mega Projects Category over $100 Million
- USCG Station Eaton’s Neck Boat Maintenance Facility – Eagle Award – Federal Government / Military Category $5-$10 Million
- Upper Occoquan Service Authority Building S/1 Renovations – Pyramid Award – Renovation Category less than $4 Million
“We are thrilled that the California Proton Treatment Center project was nominated for project of the year. This challenging project is the first proton therapy facility of its kind to be delivered in a fully-integrated manner in the United States. Haskell is honored to have designed and built this facility and we look forward to the life-changing treatment that will be provided to patients from around the world,” said Jim Eaton, Vice President of Haskell’s Healthcare Division.
Haskell, one of the industry’s leading integrated design, engineering and construction firms, offers client-focused solutions in the industrial, commercial, government and civil infrastructure markets. With approximately $600 million in annual revenue and over 2,000 completed projects to date, Haskell serves a multinational client base from strategic points across the United States and in Mexico.