Oregon Chapter Projects of the Year

Previous years' awards are available below:

Oregon Chapter - Projects of the Year 2017

Oregon Chapter - Projects of the Year 2016

Oregon Chapter - Projects of the Year 2015

Oregon Chapter - Projects of the Year 2014

Oregon Chapter - Projects of the Year 2013

Oregon Chapter - Projects of the Year 2012

Oregon Chapter - Projects of the Year 2011

Oregon Chapter - Projects of the Year 2010


Oregon Chapter - Projects of the Year 2009

Oregon Chapter - Projects of the Year 2008

Oregon Chapter - Projects of the Year 2007

Oregon Chapter - Projects of the Year 2006


The APWA Public Works Project of the Year Award was established to promote excellence in the management and administration of public works projects by recognizing the alliance between the managing agency, the consultant/architect/ engineer, and the contractor who, working together, complete public works projects.  Although it has evolved over time, awards are currently given in four divisions:

  1. Projects less than $5 million
  2. Projects of $5 million, but less than $25 million
  3. Projects of $25 million to $75 million
  4. Projects more than $75 million

And five categories:

  1. Structures—to include public structure preservation/rehabilitation, municipal buildings, parks, etc.
  2. Transportation—to include roads, bridges, mass transit, etc.
  3. Environment—to include treatment and recycling facilities, landfill reclamation projects, sewer projects, etc.
  4. Historical Restoration/Preservation—to include historical restoration, preservation and adaptive reuse of existing buildings, structures, and facilities, etc.
  5. Disaster or Emergency Construction/Repair—to include the techniques and timing for safety, community relations, environmental protection, adverse conditions and additional considerations.

Eligibility  Public works is defined as the physical structures and facilities that are developed, owned, and maintained by public agencies to house governmental functions and provide water, power, waste disposal, transportation, and similar public services in accordance with established public policy.

To be eligible for nomination, a project must have been “substantially completed” and available for public and/or agency  use within two calendar years prior to nomination. If a project has multiple phases or segments, then “substantially completed” will be construed as that point when the final phase or segment is 90% completed and available for public and/ or agency use.

Each year, an award review committee reviews nominations submitted to the Oregon Chapter and selects an award winner in each division/category for which nominations are submitted.

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