Pavarini Northeast Honored by CMAA as Project of the Year
|(May 10, 2009) - The New York Metro Chapter of CMAA (Construction Management Association of America) selected the new Hayden Hall at Manhattan College as the Construction Excellence Project of the Year for private projects between $60-100M. The new 134,000sf, 10-story structure houses 539 students in 269 double rooms. With more students living on campus, Manhattan College also required a new parking structure to accommodate additional vehicles. A new prefabricated pedestrian bridge crossing over the parkway connects the 209,000sf, 550-car garage directly to the new Tower II.|
The Awards Committee was composed of owners and professional construction managers. The Committee considered project outcomes, overall management, safety, quality management, cost management, schedule management, complexity, innovation and creativity, and customer satisfaction as the basis for the awards.
The Structure Tone organization is a worldwide leader in construction services that includes Structure Tone Inc., Structure Tone International, Structure Tone Southwest, Pavarini Construction Co., and Pavarini McGovern.
These companies collectively employ over 1,200 professionals, have 21 offices in the US, UK and Asia, and put in place over $3.0B in annual construction volume.
Pictured Above: Pavarini accepting CMAA award L to R: Isaac Washington, president, CMAA; Glenn Mazzeo, project manager, Pavarini; Steve Scaglione, CMAA