Two Liesfeld Projects win at ENR Mid-Atlantic Best Projects Competition

This November, two Liesfeld projects will be honored at the ENR Mid-Atlantic Best Projects award show. The ENR Mid-Atlantic Best Projects honor the top projects for the Mid-Atlantic region which includes Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia. In the Mid-Atlantic region one of the highest awards goes to the Government/Public Buildings category due to the high level of government construction in the region.

In October it was announced that the The Assymetric Warfare Group Training Complex (AWG) project had won “Best Project” for the Government/Public Buildings category. The project included building one of the country’s largest military training facilities located at Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia. The project was broken into several large projects that encompassed over 700 acres including two large firing ranges, over fifty building pads, fifteen miles of roadways, an operational subway for training, and a rail yard. The project is under consideration for Best Project for the entire Mid-Atlantic region and nationally.

Learn more about the Assymetric Warfare Group Training Complex (AWG) project.

Construction of the Rolls Royce AAMF and Vendor Park projects

Construction of the Rolls Royce AAMF and Vendor Park projects

Rolls-Royce Advanced Airfoil Machining Facility (AAMF) took home the Award of Merit for Manufacturing construction. This is the second award this year for the second phase of Rolls-Royce Crosspointe. The project entailed an 85,000 square foot manufacturing facility with site improvements such as large heavy duty concrete areas and expansion to the parking lot.

Learn more about the Rolls Royce Crosspointe project.

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From ENR Mid-Atlantic:

ENR MidAtlantic is proud to announce the winners of its 2014 Best Projects competition, honoring the top projects in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. 

Our independent jury recognized 28 projects in 16 categories. Eleven projects were awarded the high honor of “Best Project” in their respective categories. Those projects will advance to the national competition to be considered for a “Best of the Best” national award.

All winning projects will be featured in the December issue of ENR MidAtlantic and honored during our awards event on Dec. 12 in Baltimore. One project will also be honored as our Best Overall Project in the region. In addition, the jury will also select winners in the Safety award category. Announcements for the additional awards will be made soon.