AwardsSome people start out their careers with dreams of winning their industry’s top honor, such as an Academy Award for acting and directing or a Nobel prize in literature or the arts or science. The construction industry’s most prestigious honor is ENR’s Award of Excellence. Here we archive all our coverage of previous winners.
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The Top 25 Newsmakers of 2014
04/03/14 The 2014 Award of Excellence Winner Stephen E. Selkowitz
01/27/14 The 2013 Top 25 Newsmakers
01/24/14 Construction Groups Name Top Achievers for 2014
11/13/13 Construction Industry Groups Name Top Achievers for 2013
04/18/13 Critical Storm Defenses: 2013 Award of Excellence Winner Wayne E. Jones
01/28/13 The 2012 Top 25 Newsmakers
04/16/12 2011 Award of Excellence Winner: Theodore Zoli
01/28/12 The 2011 Top 25 Newsmakers
04/06/11 2010 Award of Excellence Winner: Jeffrey M. Baker
01/12/11 The Top 25 Newsmakers of 2010
04/07/10 Award of Excellence Winner 2009 John Hillman
01/13/10 The Top 25 Newsmakers of 2009
03/25/09 Award of Excellence 2009 Winner: Bernard Armadei
03/25/09 Engineers Go Global
03/25/09 Looking for a Home Depot in Veron, Dominican Republic
07/23/09 ASCE Names 10 Distinguished Members for 2009
07/22/09 National Academy of Construction Selects 2009 Inductees for Industry Contributions
04/02/08 Nouvel Wins Pritzker Prize
04/02/08 Award of Excellence 2008 Winner: Clyde N. Baker Jr.
04/02/07 Award of Excellence 2007 Winner: Lewis E. Link Jr.
04/10/06 Award of Excellence 2006 Winner: Dwayne McAninch
04/04/05 Award of Excellence 2005 Winner: Joe Maloney