2003 OPAL Awards
Patrick J. Natale and Thomas L. Jackson present Robert C. Marini with his OPAL award for lifetime achievement in management.
Earnest F. Gloyna accepts his OPAL award for lifetime achievement in education.
Patrick J. Natale and Thomas L. Jackson present Lieutenant General Robert B. Flowers with his OPAL award for lifetime achievements in the area of public works.
Patrick J. Natale and Thomas L. Jackson present the OCEA merit award for the HOST Park Seawater Pipeline to Joseph C. Van Ryzin, the president of Makai Ocean Engineering, of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.
Patrick J. Natale and Thomas L. Jackson present the OCEA merit award for the Alameda Corridor Project to Rod Ludin, second from left, the program director of the Alameda Corridor engineering team, and John Doherty, the director of engineering and construction for the Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority.
Patrick J. Natale and Thomas L. Jackson present the OPAL recognizing the winner of the 2003 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award to members of Milwaukee-based Graef, Anhalt, Schloemer & Associates. Honored are, from left, John McCarthy, principal; John Goetter, principal; Luther Graef, a founding principal and a past president of ASCE; Loei Badreddine, principal; John Kissinger, principal; Richard Bub, president; and Leonard P. Anhalt, a founding principal.
Nabih Youssef, foreground, the principal of Nabih Youssef and Associates, of Los Angeles, and C. Terry Dooley, a retired senior vice president of Morley Construction Company, of Santa Monica, California, accept the OCEA merit award for the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels.
Harvey Bernstein, left, the president of the Civil Engineering Research Foundation (CERF), and Charles H. Thornton, right, the chair of CERF's Corporate Advisory Board, present the Pankow Award for Innovation to Stephen Taylor, a senior associate of Hatch Mott McDonald, headquartered in Millburn, New Jersey, for the tunnel jacking work done in Boston's Central Artery Project.
Patrick J. Natale and Thomas L. Jackson present the special OCEA award recognizing outstanding disaster site recovery work at the Pentagon and the World Trade Center to, from left, Daniel A. Cuoco, president, LZA Technology/Thornton-Tomasetti, New York City; Allyn E. Kilsheimer, president, KCE Structural Engineers, Washington, D.C.; Richard L.Tomasetti, cochairman, LZA Technology/Thornton-Tomasetti; and Michael Sullivan, acting director of the Pentagon Renovation Program.