MTech Mechanical has earned a National Excellence in Construction® Eagle Award, for the company’s outstanding performance on the Children’s Hospital Colorado in Colorado Springs. The award which is anticipated to be presented during the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Convention 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee, on Aug. 18. The EIC awards program is the industry’s leading competition that honors both general and specialty contractors for innovative and high-quality merit shop construction projects.
“We are very excited for our Colorado Springs team. Their commitment to delivering a quality experience and product is evident on this remarkable facility that provides exceptional pediatric care to the Southern Colorado community. MTech is very proud to be a partner with this incredible project team and to be recognized by the Associated Builders and Contractors,” said President Marco Capitelli.
Children’s Hospital, Colorado Springs is a brand new 294,000-square-foot, pediatric-only hospital now serving Southern Colorado. The hospital includes a full diversity of healthcare programming with NICU, PICU, med. surg., operating rooms, emergency department, imaging suite, pharmacy, among others. MTech Mechanical was a key team member on this project. Recognition from the general contractor stated, “MTech’s performance [throughout the project] has been exemplary. They proved themselves as a true trade partner by working with the entire trade partner team to meet every challenge successfully.
“The craftmanship of MTech Mechanical and their hardworking employees continues to raise the bar when it comes to how we define excellence in construction,” said 2020 ABC National Chair Tim Keating, owner and president of R.C. Stevens Construction Co., Winter Garden, Florida. “It’s an honor to recognize these award winners for their respective commitments to building safely, on time and on budget, as well as contribute to the communities in which they work.”
The EIC award honors all construction team members, including the contractor, owner, architect and engineer. The winning projects, selected from entries across the nation, were judged on complexity, attractiveness, unique challenges overcome, completion time, workmanship, innovation, safety and cost.
Photo courtesy of MTech Mechanical, taken by Fred Fuhrmeister, Time Frame Images.