The Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services’ Division of Building Design and Construction recently presented annual Awards of Excellence to consultant and contractor teams. The teams were recognized for their work on capital construction projects that were completed this year, according to a recent news release.
Those recognized for their work are:
The county recognized Ritter Architects for their design of the I-66 Transfer Station Operations Center and the customer service provided to Fairfax County throughout the planning, design and construction of the project.
HITT Contracting, Inc.
HITT Contracting, Inc. was recognized for their work on the Jennings Courtroom 5F renovation. The 2,400-square-foot courtroom required the demolition and replacement of existing floor, walls and ceiling finishes. It also included the demolition and modification of existing mechanical, electrical and security systems.
Culbertson Company of Virginia
The county awarded Culbertson Company of Virginia for its work on the project involving extensive repairs to the exterior brick façade at the courthouse expansion facility. Additional interior courtyard façade repairs at the ceremonial staircase were added to the scope of work. The project took place during working hours and the facility still maintained public access.
Nathan Jennings was awarded for his customer service to Fairfax County on more than one project including the Virginia Department of Transportation and Virginia State Police Administration Building and the Fair Oaks Police and Fire and Rescue Station. Jennings and Dominion Virginia Power provided a new or upgraded electrical service on these projects.
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