2017 Awards

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 2017 EEA Sponsors

Crow Friedman Group a Risk Strategies Group Platinum
AECOM Platinum
Garney Construction Gold
L & R Gold
Aerial Innovations Silver
Alfred Benesch & Company Silver
Cannon & Cannon, Inc. Silver
I. C. Thomasson Associates, Inc. Silver
K. S. Ware & Associates Silver
Ross Bryan Associates, Inc. Silver
Smith Seckman Reid, Inc. Silver
TN Road Builders Association Silver
Volkert, Inc. Silver
WSP|Parsons Brinckerhoff Silver
Brown and Caldwell Bronze
Cortek Drilling Bronze
Cumberland Valley Constructors Bronze
Eco-Tech, Inc. Bronze
Gresham, Smith and Partners Bronze
J C Hines & Redi-Rock Bronze
Kimley-Horn and Associated, Inc. Bronze
 LDA Engineering Bronze
Sain Associates Bronze
SMPS Nashville Bronze
Tri State Drilling Bronze
Varallo Public Relations Bronze
Vaughn Contractors, Inc. Bronze


Projects Entered in the 2017 EEA Competition

Engineering Firm Project Name Category Client
A2H, Inc. Memphis Zoo Zambezi River Hippo Camp Exhibit Special Projects Memphis Zoo
AECOM TVA Gallatin Environmental Integrity Program Environmental Tennessee Valley Authority
Alfred Benesch & Company Sligo Bridge Erection Structural Systems Massman Construction
Allen & Hoshall, Inc. University of Memphis RR Pedestrian Crossing Small Projects University of Memphis/TN Board of Regents
Allen & Hoshall, Inc. Main St. to Main St. Multimodal Connector Project Special Projects City of Memphis/Crittenden County, AR
Barge, Waggoner, Sumner & Cannon, Inc. Tennessee Riverwalk Special Projects Hamilton County Government
Cannon & Cannon, Inc. Suttree Landing Park Studies, Research and Consulting City of Knoxville
Cannon & Cannon, Inc. The Knox Student Housing Waste and Stormwater The Knox Apartments
CDM Smith Pilot-and Full-Scale Disinfection Evaluation for the Stiles and Maxson WWTFs Special Projects City of Memphis
CDM Smith Knox Co. Strategic Transportation Safety Plan Studies, Research and Consulting Knox County
EnSafe Inc. Memphis Land Bank Uptown Environmental Uptown Memphis
EnSafe Inc. Bronson Field PFC Investigation Studies, Research and Consulting Naval Facilities Engineering Command-Atlantic Division
Garver Nashville International Airport Geothermal System Water Resources Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority
Gresham, Smith and Partners SR-25 ABC in a Rural Environment Small Projects TDOT-Structures Division
Gresham, Smith and Partners TDOT Diverging Diamond Interchange @SR-66:  Exit 407 Transportation TN Dept of Transportation
Gresham, Smith and Partners Chemical Feed Upgrades and Miscellaneous Plant Improvements Water Resources Nashville Metro Water Services
HMB Professional Engineers, Inc. Lawrenceburg West Bypass (US 64/SR 15) Transportation TN Dept of Transportation
K. S. Ware & Associates, LLC/Centric Architecture Renovation of the Historic George Reyer Pump Station and OmohundroBoiler House Building/Technology Systems Nashville Metro Water Services
Power Consulting Associates, LLC Lake Road Distribution Topo Surveying and Mapping Cleveland Utilities
Ross Bryan Associates, Inc. University of TN Knoxville-Facilities Services Structural Systems Cope Associates Inc./CH2M Hill, EngineersInc.
RPM Transportation Consultants, LLC TDOT’s 25-Year Long-Range Transportation Plan Studies, Research and Consulting TN Dept of Transportation
RPM Transportation Consultants, LLC 11th Avenue Complete Street Transportation Metro Government of Nashville, Dept of Public Works
S&ME, Inc. West Prong Stream Bank Restoration Water Resources City of Pigeon Forge
Smith, Seckman, Reid, Inc. Water Treatment Plant Disinfection Improvements Water Resources Nashville Metro Water Services
TTL, Inc. HCA Parallon Headquarters Special Projects HCA Parallon
Volkert, Inc. Wilcox Boulevard Tunnel Modifications Transportation City of Chattanooga
WSP|Parsons Brinckerhoff 3rd and 4th Street Improvements Project Masterplan Studies, Research and Consulting City of Chattanooga/Dept of Transportation

The ACEC Tennessee Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA)   2016 Banquet was a great success!!!  Twenty three projects were entered from 19 ACEC TN member firms.   The annual Engineering Excellence Awards competition recognizes engineering firms for projects that demonstrate a high degree of achievement, value, and ingenuity.

EEA provides firms an opportunity to obtain statewide and regional recognition, while showcasing their talent and expertise at the Gala celebration attended by clients and federal, state, and regional officials.

Any engineering or surveying firm in Tennessee is eligible. The firm does not have to be a member of ACEC TN. Projects entered in the competition must have been managed from a Tennessee office and may be executed anywhere in the world.

This 2017 EEA Banquet will be March 7, 2017 at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs.  Please contact Judy Logue at 615-242-2486 or jlogue@tnec.org for additional details.  To view the 2016 EEA Winners and/or banquet and reception photos, follow the links!

Thank you to all the 
2016 Engineering Excellence
Project Entries and Sponsors