Port of Los Angeles Wins Two Project Awards

 01 May 2018 10.49am

The Port of Los Angeles has received two Project Achievement Awards from the Southern California Chapter of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) for recently completed port construction projects.

The CMAA hosts the awards annually to recognize outstanding achievements in construction management.

Development work at the new TraPac Container terminal that added 15 automated stacking blocks over 72 acres of terminal backland won in the over $100 million transport infrastructure category.

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The redevelopment at the YTI Container Terminal’s berth 214-220 won the $11-$50 million transportation infrastructure award — a project involved dredging, wharf improvements like rail cranes, and further utility developments including fire hydrant installations.

The awards were presented at the CMAA Southern California Chapter Annual Awards Gala in downtown Los Angeles.

The CMAA looks to promote the construction management profession and the use of qualified construction managers on capital projects and programs — featuring a membership of 15,000 practitioners, public and private sector construction owners, academics and other industry actors across 29 regional chapters.

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