OCMI Takes Home National CMAA 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 education facilities with a construction value greater than $50 million recognizing San Diego State University’s Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex. O’Connor celebrated earlier this year with our 4th consecutive CMAA San Diego Chapter Project Achievement Award for the EIS Complex. This innovative and elaborate student facility opened in January 2018, five weeks ahead of schedule and under budget.
O’Connor is proud to be an integral part of the SDSU Planning, Design & Construction Department as well as the collaborative design/build team of AC Martin and Clark Construction Group who made this project possible.
“Only the highest performing team could have achieved concept to completion in 38 months on a project as challenging as this one. This group of individuals rose to the challenge and tackled every issue along the way without ever losing sight of the goal and truly deserve recognition” said Neil Murphy, Senior Vice President, O’Connor Construction Management, Inc.
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:
- Culinary Health Fund – Neighborhood Health Center (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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