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April 2014

APWA San Diego and Imperial Counties Public Works Project of the Year: Sage Creek High School

Sage Creek High School is considered one of California’s most environmentally advanced and energy-efficient high school campuses.

On 14 March 2014, the Sage Creek High School project was awarded the American Public Works Association (APWA) San Diego’s and Imperial Counties’ Public Works Project of the Year award in three categories: Structures, Sustainable/Green, and More than $75 Million. The Public Works Project of the Year Award promotes excellence in public works projects by recognizing the partnership between the managing agency; the consultant, architect, and engineer team; and the contractor, who work together to successfully complete public works projects.

ASCE Seattle Young Member Forum Honored

The ASCE Seattle Chapter Young Member Forum (YMF) was honored at the Western Region Younger Member Council (WRYMC) awards ceremony held during the 2014 ASCE Multi-Region Leadership Conference in Arizona. The WRYMC comprises members of the ASCE’s geographic Region 8 (Alaska, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, and Hawaii) and geographic Region 9 (California). Each year, the council presents several awards for outstanding achievement in engineering.