I love when good news floods my email in-box, and lately I’ve been getting plenty from co-workers letting me know about honors we’ve received in the past month.
Hard work that has not gone unnoticed is a pretty sweet thing.
There’s Rose Agnew in our Minneapolis office, who was part of a highly successful team that won a Partnered Projects of the Year award at the Diamond Level from the International Partnering Institute. The team worked together on the Sacramento International Airport “Big Build” Terminal B Construction.
Then, one of our aviation professionals in Madison, Greg Stern, won Airport Engineer-of-the-Year, named by the Wisconsin Airport Management Association (WAMA). This is a tremendous honor a few of our employees have won in the past. It’s a pretty amazing thing, to be selected by your clients as providing major value with your service.
Matt Dubbe, Minneapolis office, also garnered an honor at the Wisconsin Aviation Conference by WAMA, earning the Distinguished Service Award for his work on Chippewa Valley Regional Airport’s terminal construction project. Another example of unmatched value leading to a top win.
Topping it all off, Mead & Hunt was recently voted as a Best in Business in 3 categories by the readers of Corporate Report Wisconsin. After some 3,000 votes, our company won Best Engineering Firm (platinum), Best Architectural/Design Firm (platinum), and Most Admired Company in Wisconsin (gold).
Not bad, right?
You can read more about these awards by visiting the associated links. Congrats to all involved!