The NRC’s Railroad Construction Project of the Year Award recognizes exemplary project executive in two categories:
The purpose of these awards are to honor innovation, expertise, and quality project management applied towards the successful execution of a rail construction project by NRC member companies. All types of rail construction projects are eligible for the awards, including freight rail, industrial track, rail transit, commuter rail, intercity passenger rail, rail on port facilities, and rail on military facilities.
Large Construction Project of the Year
2020 - Long Island Rail Road's Mid-Suffolk Electric Yard Project, Railroad Construction Company - Learn more
2019 - BNSF Midwest Floods Project, R.J. Corman - Learn more
2018 - BNSF Alliance Intermodal Facility Expansion Phase II Project, SEMA Construction
2017 - KCS Mossville Yard Expansion Project, Ragnar Benson, LLC.
2016 - Exposition Light Rail Transit Phase 2 Design-Build (Expo 2) Project, Skanska-Rados Joint Venture (SRJV).
2015 - Port of Long Beach, Pier E Project, Herzog/Reyes,a Joint Venture.
2014 - Port of Los Angeles Berth 200 Rail Yard, Herzog Contracting Corp.
Small Construction Project of the Year
2020 - Union Pacific’s Mankato 90.5 Permanent Landslide Repair Project, GeoStabilization - Learn more
2019 - Grand River Response, Massman Construction Company - Learn more
2018 - The Louisville & Indiana Railroad (LIRC) Flat Rock Bridge Project, Fay, an i+iconUSA Company
2017 - Union Pacific Lakeside Sub Bridge Project in Box Elder County, Utah, Ames Construction
2016 - Walongto Marcel 2nd Track Project, Granite Construction
2015 - Port of Long Beach, Pier E Project, Herzog/Reyes,a Joint Venture
2014 - Crawfordsville Bridge Repair Project, Joseph B. Fay Company
Project of the Year
2013 - Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project, Delta Railroad Construction
2012 - Utah Transit Authority Front Runner South Project, Stacy and Witbeck/Herzog Contracting Corp.
2011 - Utah Transit Authority West Valley TRAX Light Rail Project, Stacy and Witbeck/Kiewit Infrastructure West
Serving on the NRC’s Auction Committee gives me the opportunity to shape one of the industry’s most worthwhile events. It benefits everyone involved: sellers disposing of unneeded assets and buyers finding needed equipment. The industry benefits too because the proceeds go toward developing safety training resources for contractors.
Senior Vice President