Canadian building takes MBCEA award
By Adam FreillConstruction
Metal Building Contractors and Erectors Association announces 2023 Building of the Year winners in several categories.
A gold mine mill building in Gogama, Ont., was one of several structures recognized by the Metal Building Contractors and Erectors Association (MBCEA) during the organizations recent conference.
The Cote Gold Mine Mill Building, which was erected by Scott Steel Erectors and manufactured by Steelway Building Systems was presented with an Award of Excellence in the Specialty category as part of the 2023 Building of the Year awards. The overall winner was the Terminal F roof retrofit project at the Port of Miami, undertaken by Lemartec Builders of Coconut Grove, Fla.
“Congratulations to Lemartec and their remarkable work on the Terminal F retrofit,” said Jennifer Heimburger, MBCEA president. “This year saw a record number of entrants, and I am continually impressed by the work our members do. All the winners should be applauded for their achievements.”
2023 MBCEA Building of the Year Award Winners
Building of the Year
PortMiami Terminal F Roof Retrofit in Miami, FL. Lemartec Corporation of Coconut Grove, Fla., served as the GC/prime construction manager for the 30,000-square-foot project that features multiple ridgelines and a deep blue metal roof. Varco Pruden (VP) Buildings of Memphis, Tenn., was the metal building and roof manufacturer.
Education, Recreation and Religious – Award of Excellence
Springfield Sports Complex, Springfield, Mo. Crossland Construction Company of Columbus, Kan., was the GC/construction manager and steel erector on the 94,000-square-foot indoor sports facility. Red Dot Buildings of Athens, Texas, manufactured the metal building.
Education, Recreation and Religious – Award of Merit
The Picklebarn, Mankato, Minn. APX Construction Group of Mankato, Minn., was the GC for the 32,000-square-foot pickleball complex. The metal building was manufactured by Metallic Buildings of Houston, Texas.
Manufacturing and Warehouse – Award of Excellence
The Home Depot warehouse and store, Houston, Texas. Span Construction & Engineering, Inc. (SPAN) of Madera, Calif., was the metal building supplier and erector for this 116,850-square-foot prototype Home Depot centre. Butler Manufacturing of Kansas City, Mo., manufactured the metal building and roof.
Manufacturing and Warehouse – Award of Merit
Costco Wholesale warehouse, St. Augustine, Fla. Span Construction & Engineering, Inc. (SPAN) of Madera, Calif., was the metal building supplier and erector for this 157,522-square-foot facility. Butler Manufacturing of Kansas City, Mo., manufactured the metal building and roof.
Reroof, Renovation and Addition – Award of Excellence
Puritan Medical Products Exterior Improvements, Portland, Tenn. Design Systems Builders, LLC, located in Nashville, Tenn., was the metal building and roof erector for the project, which included 195,900-square-feet of reroofing and 76,800-square-feet of metal wall panels. Butler Manufacturing of Kansas City, Mo., supplied the metal roof, while Butler Manufacturing and Kingspan Insulated Panels of Deland, Fla., provided the metal wall panels.
Reroof, Renovation and Addition – Award of Merit
Alliance HSP renovation and reroof in Pennsauken, N.J. Thomas Phoenix International of Easthampton, N.J., was the metal building erector for the 177,300 square-foot renovation, reconstruction and addition that involved five buildings. Metal Sales Corporation and American Buildings provided the metal buildings, metal roof and metal wall panels.
Specialty – Award of Excellence
Cote Gold Mine Mill Building, Gogama, Ont. Scott Steel Erectors, located in Hamilton, Ont., served as the metal building erector for the 140,000-square-foot building with a 125-foot-high eave housing two overhead cranes. Steelway Building Systems, located in Aylmer, Ont., was the metal building manufacturer.
Specialty – Award of Merit
King County Loop Vehicle Maintenance Facility, North Bend, Wash. Bahnmiller Construction of Everett, Wash., served as the metal building supplier and builder on the 12,000-square-foot building that has been LEED Platinum certified. Nucor Building Systems, located in Waterloo, Ind., was the metal building manufacturer.