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AGC's Best Buildings Honors Winning Projects & Industry Choice

AGC New Mexico is proud to announce the award recipients for Best Buildings 2013.  The celebration took place on March 9th at Sandia Resort & Casino and honored outstanding achievements in commercial construction. 

The prestigious Best Buildings Awards is one of New Mexico’s most highly respected construction industry recognition events.  Unlike most building award contests, the Best Buildings nominees are judged using the highest standards including complexity of the construction process and challenges such as budget, site constraints, schedule, and project delivery method. We know that AGC Members are constructing the Best Buildings in our state, and this event celebrates that excellence. 

The "Grand Prize of Show" announced at the event was awarded to Lead & Coal Improvements, AUI, Inc.

2013 Best Buildings Program

2013 Best Buildings Award Winners

2013 Best Buildings AGC Award Architect, Engineer, Specialty & Affiliate Winners

2013 Best Buildings Industry Choice Winners

Albuquerque Business First - Best Buildings Supplement

AGC would like to thank all those who joined us join us at Best Buildings to celebrate these outstanding projects and AGC Members!  

Your support – whether purchasing a table or through sponsorship – will benefit the New Mexico Building Education Congress (NMBEC).  As the education foundation of AGC New Mexico, NMBEC supports Member-driven workforce development initiatives including ACE Leadership High School.  Your charitable contribution is tax-deductible* and will enable AGC to continue to fund the workforce development priorities of our valued AGC Members like you. 

*Entry fees, dinner tickets/tables and sponsorships for the 2013 Best Buildings event will benefit AGC’s education foundation – the NM Building Education Congress (NMBEC) – a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.  Contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.  

 

A special thank you to our sponsors for their continued support:

                               

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