Conti New York City Projects Win Best of 2013

Conti New York City Projects Win Best of 2013

August 22 2013

Engineer News-Record (ENR) has given Conti two awards in this year’s Best Projects competition. The projects are Conti’s rehabilitation of the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge and the design-build of the St. George Staten Island Ferry Terminal Ramps. Conti performed these projects, each valued at about $200 million, simultaneously in highly trafficked areas of New York City with minimal disruption to the public.

ENR’s panel of construction industry veterans judged projects based on six criteria: Overcoming Challenges and Teamwork, Safety, Innovation and Contribution to the Industry/Community, Construction Quality and Craftsmanship and Functionality of Design and Aesthetic Quality. Conti’s previous project awards have had scopes from environmental remediation to disaster cleanup to facility and infrastructure construction.

“Every member of the Conti team is very thankful for ENR’s recognition of our efforts, which also are a reflection of the good work of our clients, the New York City Department of Transportation and the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority,” said Pat Hogan, Chief Operating Officer. “It is an honor to be recognized by an industry leader in construction journalism.”