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APWA 2014

APWA 2014

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B&L Projects Win APWA Awards in 2014
The American Public Works Association (APWA), New York Chapter recognized the following projects through their annual awards program:

 

  • The Towns of Richland and Sandy Creek were awarded a 2014 New York State Chapter award in the Environmental category ($5 million - $25 million) for the Eastern Shore Water System. The jointly constructed water system is located on the eastern shore of Lake Ontario and will provide municipal water service to approximately 1,540 people. This project was also awarded a 2014 Project of the Year in the Environmental category by the APWA Central New York Branch.

     

  • The Onondaga County DOT was awarded a 2014 New York State Chapter award in the Transportation category, under $5 million for the Fremont Road Bridge over CSX Railroad bridge rehabilitation project. The 720’ long bridge has 6 spans that cross over 20 tracks in the CSX rail yard in the Town of Manlius. This project was also awarded 2014 Project of the Year Transportation category by the APWA Central New York Branch.

The APWA New York Chapter also awarded the Sustainability Practices Award to Thomas C. Baird, P.E., CPESC, an associate at Barton & Loguidice. Baird was also recognized by the APWA Capital District Branch.

 

The American Public Works Association, Capital District Branch has recognized the following projects through their annual awards program:

 

  • The Town of Colonie was awarded a 2014 Project of the Year Award for the Mohawk View Water Treatment Plant Filter No. 1, 4 and 5 Underdrain Emergency Repair in the Disaster or Emergency Construction/Repair Award category (under $5 million). 
  • Warren County was awarded a 2014 Project of the Year Award for the Beach Road Reconstruction Project in the Environmental category (between $5 million and $25 million). This project involved the development of the first Heavy Duty porous asphalt roadway of its kind in New York State, which enabled Warren County to significantly improve the quality of the stormwater that enters Lake George as runoff from Beach and West Brook Roads. 

 

The American Public Works Association, Genesee Valley Branch has recognized the following project through their annual awards program:

 

  • The City of Rochester Department of Environmental Services is the 2014 recipient of the Project of the Year Award for Environmental Projects category (less than $5 million) for the City Hall Green Roof, Parking Lot and Raingarden Project. (B&L assisted with the pervious parking lot and rain garden portion of this project.)