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Awards for Projects

 

Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement (OCEA) Award 

OCEA-Trophy-smallASCE annually recognizes an exemplary civil engineering project as the Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement. Established in 1960, this prestigious award honors the project that best illustrates superior civil engineering skills and represents a significant contribution to civil engineering progress and society. Honoring an overall project rather than an individual, the award celebrates the contributions of many engineers.

The winner of the 2014 OCEA award will be announced at the OPAL Gala on March 20, 2014 in Arlington, VA. To view the 2014 award Finalists, see below.

The 2014 OCEA Finalists are:

  

Huey P. Long Bridge Widening Project

   

Huey P. Long Bridge Widening Project,
Jefferson Parish, LA

Read the Roundup interview.
Read the CE Magazine article.

I-15 Core

 

I-15 Corridor Expansion Project (I-15 CORE),
Utah County, Utah

Read the Roundup interview.

Inner Harbor Navigation Canal Surge Barrier

 

Inner Harbor Navigation Canal Surge Barrier,
New Orleans, LA 

Read the Roundup interview.
Read the CE Magazine article.

Taizhou Bridge  

 

Taizhou Bridge,
Jiangsu Province, China

Read the Roundup interview.
Read the CE Magazine article.

Tom Lantos Tunnels

 

Tom Lantos Tunnels at Devil’s Slide,
San Mateo County, CA 

Read the Roundup interview.
Read the CE Magazine article.

For entry information, visit the Awards Nominations page.
View the past winners.

Special Award for Innovation and Resourcefulness in a Noteworthy Small Project

Mt. Carberry Landfill Leachate Siphon Project
Berlin, NH

Charles Pankow Award for Innovation

Established in honor of Charles J. Pankow to celebrate collaboration in innovative design, materials, or construction-related research and development transferred into practice in a sustainable manner.

RABIT

 

The 2014 Pankow Award Winner is: 

Robotics Assisted Bridge Inspection Tool (RABIT™ Bridge Deck Inspection Tool) 
Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Federal Highway Administration, Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center
Geomedia Research and Development
IDS (Ingegneria Dei Sistemi)

For more information visit the Pankow Award page. View the past winners.