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Fifth annual NCA Awards of Excellence

Niagara Construction Association recognizes industry contributions and successful projects

Niagara Construction News special feature

The Niagara Construction Association has recognized the most successful construction projects for 2012 with its fifth annual Awards of Construction Excellence.

Award winners were recognized at a March 1 gala at Club Roma. This special report recognizes the award winners, with special stories on several of the relevant projects.

Renovation Award: Under $1 million

Merit Contractors Niagara – Welland historic third floor courtroom repairs

Honourable mention: Bromac Construction Inc. — Club Capri

Renovation Award: Over $1 Million

Charter Building Company – Penn Centre

Outstanding NCA contribution (The Ed Christensen Award)

Peter Christensen

Industry Leadership Award

Jack McKiernan

 Project of the Year Award : Under $1 million

Bromac Construction Inc. – St. Charles Catholic Elementary School

Honourable Mention: Brouwer Construction (1981) Ltd. — Sacred Heart Catholic Elementary School

Project of the Year Award:   $1 to $5 million

Merit Contractors Niagara – Hotel Dieu Rehabilitation Centre courtyard enclosure

Honourablee Mentions: Merit Contractors Niagara —  New Acura Showroom, Serianni Construction — 95 Lakeport and Timbro Design Build Contractors —  Thurston machine steel fabrication shop addition

Project of the Year Award • $5 million and over

Timbro Design Build Contractors – City of Welland – New Multi-Sports Complex

The Niagara Construction Association represents the interests of the local commercial and industrial construction industry. Members include general and trade contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, architects, engineers and other professionals affiliated with the industry.

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