OCMI Project, Culinary Health Center, Honored at CMAA National Conference with Project Achievement Award
Las Vegas, NV – October 2018 – O’Connor Construction Management, Inc., a leader in quality management solutions for the built environment, is proud to announce that we are the recipients of a National Project Achievement Award from the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) for healthcare facilities valued less than $50 million recognizing the Culinary Health Center.
O’Connor was initially contracted by the Culinary Health Fund to develop a total project cost for the renovation and addition of the 60,000 SF full-service health center located in Las Vegas, NV. We were then hired to provide owner’s representation services during bid and construction phases for this $19 million project. The Health Center provides patients with high quality care in an environment distinguished by increased access to medical services and focus on the patient experience.
Team collaboration during construction was integral to success. All parties addressed any conflicts with solution-oriented approach 100% of the time. With this emphasis throughout the project, all team members understood the end goal and how to work together to move the project along.
On hand to accept the award at the CMAA Industry Recognition Dinner on October 16 were Justin Peterson, O’Connor President and Project Executive, John Socha, Project Manager at Culinary Health Fund as well as our Construction Manager Bob Stefko.
“When all parties truly seek a common objective, it’s hard to miss the target” says Justin Peterson at the announcement of O’Connor’s CMAA national project achievement award for the Culinary Health Center on October 16th.
CMAA National Project Awards highlight industry leading construction and program management firms and their delivery of successful projects in several types of building and infrastructure categories. They represent the best of the best in client representation in the construction industry.
O’Connor has been the winner of several CMAA National Awards including:
- SDSU Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex (2018)
- SDSU Zura Residence Hall Renovation (2016)
- SDSU Storm/Nasatir Hostler Hall Complex (CSU Best Practice in Architecture and Engineering, 2016 and Project Achievement Award, 2015)
- SDSU Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union (2014)
- City of Pleasanton Firehouse Arts Center (Project of the Year Award, 2011)
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