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San Francisco International Airport Project Wins American Council of Engineering Companies, California Golden State Award

The American Council of Engineering Companies, California (ACEC California) announced that Walter P Moore, a civil engineering firm based in San Francisco, was honored with the prestigious Golden State Award for innovative work on the Air Traffic Control Tower and Integrated Facilities Building at San Francisco International Airport. The modern new tower uses a cutting-edge vertical post-tensioned system, enabling the tower to self-right and ensuring air traffic controllers remain fully operational after a magnitude 7.5 earthquake.

"Each year, the recipients of the ACEC California Engineering Excellence Awards represent some of the most innovative solutions to complex public and private sector challenges, including water resource management, alternative fuel infrastructure, and structural building projects," said Brad Diede, Executive Director for ACEC California. "I offer my congratulations to the winners of the Golden State Award, Walter P Moore. The firm's innovative design that addressed highly unique geographic challenges is a great example of how engineers are pushing the envelope to improve safety and optimal functionality."

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