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Southwest Contractor’s Best of 2010 Awards
Nevada Winners

Celebrating the Best of Design & Construction in the Region

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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 year. Diverse categories, from engineering design to worship, acknowledge the excellent work and the variety of disciplines in the industry today.

Southwest Contractor wishes to thank the following professionals who worked extremely hard to bring you this year’s winners:

Nevada Jury

Linnea Brudenell, A. AIA, LEED AP, Green Ideas
Mike Cherwin, M.J. Dean Construction, Inc.
Tony Cosentino, Perini Building Co.
Tony Illia, Construction Writer
Jozef Ulbrik, Cuningham Group Architecture, P.A.

 

The Nevada breakfast ceremony will be held on Dec. 8th at the Palace Station Hotel and Casino. To attend , visit www.construction.com/events/bestof2010.

 

 

 

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