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Southwest Contractor's Best of 2010 Award Winners Announced

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Judges for Southwest Contractor’s annual competition honoring the best in design and construction have selected winners in Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico.
Photo: Fred Holden
Judges for Southwest Contractor’s annual competition honoring the best in design and construction have selected winners in Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico.
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Southwest Contractor’s annual awards competition, now in its 13th year, honors the best in design and construction over the past 12 months. Categories ranging from Civil/Public Works to Retail acknowledge the excellent work and the variety of disciplines in the industry today.

The staff of Southwest Contractor and this year’s panel of judges would like to thank all of the firms that took time to submit their outstanding work this year. There were many amazing projects among the hundreds submitted, and some categories (such as Office in Arizona) were extremely competitive.

Some winners will be eligible to compete in the McGraw-Hill Construction’s Best of the Best Awards for top honors among projects from all 10 Regional Publications throughout the U.S. Judging for the national awards is underway now.

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