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2013 Awards

2013 Awards

  • Bridgeport Sewer District project area
  • Camden Remedial Excavation
  • Connective Corridor
  • Glen Haven slope
  • Griswold Road Bridge
B&L Wins Several APWA Awards in 2013

The American Public Works Association (APWA) has recognized the following projects through their annual awards program:

 

The Griswold Road Over Black Creek project won the 2013 Structures Project of the Year award (for structures under $5 million) from the APWA Monroe Genesee Valley Branch. This project entailed an expedited construction schedule for replacement of a long-closed bridge.

 

The American Public Works Association, Central New York Branch has awarded four municipal projects 2013 Projects of the Year, with Barton & Loguidice recognized as consulting engineer:

 

  • The Town of Sullivan received an Environmental/Wastewater Project of the Year Award for the Bridgeport Sewer District, connecting 680 households along the southern shore of Oneida Lake to new public sewer infrastructure.

     

  • Cayuga County received the Emergency Preparedness award for the Glen Haven Road Slope Stabilization project. This project remedied a dangerous slope failure situation for residents on Glen Haven Road at the southern tip of Skaneateles Lake. This project also won an APWA New York State Chapter Award in the Emergency Preparedness category   

     

  • The City of Syracuse and Syracuse University received the Transportation Project of the Year Award for the Syracuse Connective Corridor, Phase I. Utilizing green infrastructure, this project is a signature multi-modal transportation initiative connecting Syracuse University with the City of Syracuse.  This project also won an APWA New York State Chapter Award for Transportation.   

     

  • The Village of Camden received the Brownfield/Remediation Project of the Year Award for the Former Laribee Machine Company. Remediation of this abandoned property required a creative use of funding opportunities to provide the Village with a valuable piece of property for future reuse.