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June 8, 2016

 

 

To all ACEC California Members and Prospective Members:

 

This is your opportunity to participate in ACEC California’s 2017 Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) program.

We encourage you to submit an entry for a project worthy of prominence and recognition in which your

firm was involved.   

 

The Engineering Excellence Awards program recognizes successfully completed projects that stand out

based on the quality and complexity the project. The program is an opportunity  to promote not only your firm

but also our profession through outstanding projects. Award winners will be honored at a banquet hosted by

ACEC California Scholarship Foundation on February 2, 2017, at the Parc 55 in San Francisco. Award winners

will receive extensive statewide promotion through ACEC California. All banquet proceeds will benefit the

ACEC California Scholarship Foundation.

 

Furthermore, the Golden State and Honor Award recipients will have the opportunity to enter the ACEC National

competition. ACEC members and media from all over the nation will recognize competition winners at a black-tie

dinner in Washington, D.C., on April 25, 2017, in conjunction with ACEC's Annual Convention and Legislative

Summit.   

 

If you wish to enter the 2017 competition, complete the Intent to Enter form below. Upon receipt of this form, you will

be sent the Official Entry as soon as it is available. It is highly encouraged to complete the Intent to Enter form early, 

so that your firm receives all notifications and has ample time to prepare an entry. Final project submittals are due by

Friday, September 30, 2016.   

 

Please contact Holly Cole at the ACEC California office at (916) 441-7991 or hcole@acec-ca.org for

additional information on this excellent firm recognition program.  We look forward to your entry.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

 

John Moossazadeh

Chairman, EEA Committee

 

 

Categories

 

 

 

Category A:

Category E:

Category I:

Studies, Research and Engineering Consulting

Services 

Environmental

 

Special Projects

 

Non-Design services, projects not involving the preparation of construction documents.

· New Products, materials and technologies

· Expert testimony

· Basic research and studies

· Computer/software technology

· Technical papers

· Public outreach/involvement

· Water conservation

· Security plans

· Project feasibility, economic or risk studies

· Value engineering

 

· Hazardous waste

· Solid waste

· Restoration/reclamation/remediation

· Recycling

· Waste pond management

· Carbon sequestration and trading

· Mitigation

· Air Quality

· Noise

· Safety and security

· Corrosion protection/cathodic    protection

· Program and construction management

· Land development

· Trenchless technologies/directional boring

· Recreational facilities

· Subsurface engineering

Category B:

Category F:

Category J:

Building/Technology Systems

 

Water and Storm Water

 

Small Projects

 

· Mechanical/electrical/plumbing

· Computer/technology

· Communications

· Acoustics

· Software systems

· Sustainability or carbon neutrality

· Efficiency certification standards, e.g. LEED

· Energy efficiency – new and retrofit

· Secure facilities (military, research, correctional)

 

· Wastewater collection/treatment and disposal

· Residuals management and reuse

· Graywater systems

· CSOs

· Mine tailings

· Agricultural

· Storm water management

· Erosion control

Total project construction budget does not exceed $2.5 million. (except for entries in Category A, projects under $2.5 million are not limited to this Category, at the entrants discretion.)

Category C:

Category G:

Category K:

Structural Systems

 

Water Resources

 

Energy

 

· Foundations

· Tunnels

· Buildings

· Seismic design

· Towers

· Bridges

· Stadiums

· Hydraulics, hydrology

· Surface and groundwater supply

   development sep point treatment

· Transmission, distribution and storage

· Watershed management

· Water use reduction

· Flood risk management

· Climate adaptation

· Coastal and eco-system restoration

· Locks/dams/water control structures

· Irrigation

· Treatment


 

· Transmission and distribution

· Power generation

· Renewable energy

· Cogeneration

· Energy storage technologies

· Energy usage reduction programs

· Demand side management

Category D:

Category H:

Category L:

Surveying and Mapping Technology

 

Transportation

 

Industrial and Manufacturing Processes and Facilities

 

· Geometrics, ALTA, land title and rights surveys

· Control, GPS, monitoring or construction surveying

· Survey mapping, GIS/LIS, photogrammetry

· Highways

· Rail

· Airports

· Marine/ports

· Public transit

· Intermodal facilities

· Petrochemical

· Biotech

· Manufacturing

· Heavy industry

· Industrial waste

· Materials handling

· Mining, metallurgy, mineralogy

 

 

Qualification Details

 

To enter a project in the ACEC California competition, engineering and land surveying firms must have an office

based in California or be an ACEC California member. Submitted projects must be substantially completed and

ready for use between November 1, 2014 and October 31, 2016 (projects in categories A and D must have been publicly

disclosed by the client between this time period).  Awards may be given in any or all categories, at the ACEC California

level, at the discretion of the panel of judges. The Golden State Award will be presented to the best overall project in

the competition. Only Golden State and Honor Award winners are eligible to advance to the ACEC National competition. 

Entry into the ACEC National level requires completion of a separate project notebook and photographic panel,

in accordance with ACEC National guidelines.    

 

Before beginning to prepare a project entry, it is suggested that entrants make certain that the client and/or owner

will grant permission to enter this project in the state and/or national competition, and will authorize the release

of information about the project and approves of the project summary.

 

Dates to Remember

 

June 5, 2016

Intent to Enter information is sent to all firms. Official Entry will be mailed once the Intent to Enter is received.

July 1, 2016

The Official Entry Form will be posted on the ACEC California website 

(www.acec-ca.org). Please click here to download Official Entry Form 

July 31, 2016

 Intent to Enter deadline. (Official entry will still be accepted after this date).

September 30, 2016

Deadline for submission of Official Entry form and delivery of completed project to ACEC California office.

Early November 2016

Judging will take place and results will be announced.

January 6, 2017

February 2, 2017

  

 

April 25, 2017

 

 

ACEC National EEA deadline for submission (www.acec.org).

ACEC California EEA Banquet will be hosted by ACEC California Scholarship Foundation and held at Parc 55 in San Francisco. All banquet proceeds benefit ACEC CA Scholarship Foundation.

ACEC National Awards banquet will be held in Washington D.C. (www.acec.org).

 

 

 

2017 Intent to Enter

 

To enter a project in the 2017 Engineering Excellence Awards competition, please complete the form below.  Upon

receipt of this form, ACEC California will send the entry preparer the required information, guidelines and forms for

the official entry notebook for the competition.   

 

To submit more than one project, please complete the form below for each additional project.

 

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