Manhattan Construction Company wins three ABC Georgia Chapter “Excellence in Construction” awards
ATLANTA, GEORGIA – The Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC) Georgia Chapter has honored Manhattan Construction Company with three “Excellence in Construction” (EIC) awards.
The EIC awards recognize outstanding projects built by association members that scored highest within their category. The awards were presented at the 2022 ABC Construction Awards Ceremony held Thursday, June 23rd, at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia.
Manhattan Construction Company won “Excellence In Construction” awards for the construction of:
Cobb County VA Outpatient Clinic in Marietta, Georgia won “Excellence” in the “General Contractor, Healthcare, $25 to $50 Million” category
The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs Outpatient Clinic is a 78,180-square-foot single-story service building with architectural precast panels and metal panel façades. The facility welcomes men and women in the surrounding Marietta area who have served in the military. This project was built by Manhattan Construction Company and the project’s design team included Hoefer Welker and Bob D. Campbell and Company Inc.
South Deicing Complex Support Facilities in Atlanta, Georgia won “Excellence” in the “General Contractor, Industrial, $25 to $50 Million” category.
The South Deicing facility provides the Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport with the additional deicing capacity to maximize airport operations throughout the winter months. The project consists of a new 12,000-square-foot, structural masonry building along with exterior canopy structures, ramp and parking.
The South Deicing Complex Support Facility was built by Manhattan Construction Company with joint venture partner RFB Contractors, and the project’s design team was Atlanta Aviation Consulting.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Atrium RMU Replacement in Atlanta, Georgia won “Merit” in the “General Contractor, Renovation, Over $2 Million” category.
Manhattan/RFB handled the replacement of several aging rooftop air handling units that service the main terminal of the Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The project provided a significant upgrade to the airport HVAC system serving several administration offices, tenant spaces, and common area spaces, promoting better environmental conditions for the airport occupants in and around the Main Terminal Atrium. The Atrium RMU Replacement was built by Manhattan Construction and its joint venture partner, RFB Contractors, and the project’s design team included The Creative Eye, Heery International Inc. and CBRE.