NWCCC Distinguished Project Award Winner
Best Public Project Over $10m

2015 Best Public Project Over $10 Million

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  • Owner: OHSU, OSU, PSU
  • Designers: CO Architects, SERA Architects, Interface Engineers
  • Contractors: JH Kelly, JE Dunn
NWCCC Distinguished Project Award Winner
Best Private Project Over $10m

2015 Best Private Project Over $10 Million

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  • Owner: Shell Puget Sound Refinery
  • Contractors: Anvil, Pederson Brothers, Birch Equipment Rentals, Dunkin and Bush, EJ Bartells, Haskell Corp., Safway Services
NWCCC Distinguished Project Award Winner
Best Private Project Under $10m

2015 Best Private Project Under $10 Million

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  • Owner: Lilliwaup Falls Hydroelectric Facility
  • Designers: Jacobs & Associates
  • Contractors: Granite Construction
NWCCC Distinguished Project Award Winner
Best Public Project Under $10m

2015 Best Public Project Under $10 Million

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  • Owner: City of Tacoma
  • Contractors: IMCO
  • Subcontractors: CH2MHill, Pierce County Flood Control Zone District, KPG, Floodbreak, Skyline Steel LLC
NWCCC Distinguished Project Award Winner
Green Project of the Year

2015 Green Award

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  • Owner: Port of Tacoma
  • Designers: Kennedy/ Jenks Consultants
  • Contractors: Planning and Management Services, Harris and Associates
NWCCC Distinguished Project Award Winner
Patrick Lyneis Memorial Safety Award

2015 Patrick Lyneis Memorial Safety Award

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  • Owner: The Boeing Company
  • Designers: DLR Group
  • Contractors: Lease Crutcher Lewis

Registration now open for September and October programs!

Registration is now open for the September 21st program, “The Project Is Done – Now What?“, and for the NWCCC annual program on October 26th, “Success Through Powerful Partnerships – Contractors’ Showcase and Annual Distinguished Project Awards“.

Click here to register for either or both programs.  Both programs will be held at the Lynnwood Convention Center.

For the September 21st program, there is no charge to NWCCC members, and non-members are welcome for $199.

For the October 26th program, there is a $99 charge for NWCCC members, and $299 for non-members.

Any current non-member who would like to become a 2017 member of NWCCC can join now and receive member rates for both the September and October programs.  Click here to join the NWCCC!

Next Event

September 21st, 8:00am-12:00pm: The Project Is Done - Now What? The challenges of operating and maintaining complex machinery, equipment, and buildings. Sponsored by University of Washington, and held at Lynnwood Convention Center. Register on the "Events" page.

Benefits of Membership

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Are you interested in becoming a member and participating in our informative monthly meetings? Here are a few key benefits of membership with The Northwest Construction Consumer Council.

  • Leading-edge research
  • Information on best practices
  • Unique case studies
  • Exclusive project tours
  • Legislative and regulatory updates
  • Regional and national networking
  • Award opportunities
  • Invitations to monthly forums
  • Discounts on annual conference