Nominations for 2017 MLAB Awards are now closed!!

  

Each year, the Metropolitan Los Angeles Branch of ASCE presents Project and Individual Awards at its Annual Awards Dinner. These awards are selected from nominations made by the Younger Member Forum, Life Member Forum, Technical Groups, Committees, and individual members. All award winners will be forwarded to the Los Angeles Section of ASCE for consideration of an LA Section Award. Please consider nominating your favorite project or individual for an award in one of the categories listed below.  

 

Award nominations are now being evaluated by the MLAB Awards Committee and award winners will be notified prior to the ceremony.

 

Please plan to attend the 2017 MLAB Annual Awards Dinner on Friday, August 4. Click here for more details.

 

Questions?

For further information, please contact the 2017 MLAB Awards Committee Chair, Mercedes Passanisi, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. 

 

Award Categories

 

Projects

* Airports and Ports Project
* Architectural Engineering Project
* Bikeways and Trails Project
* Bridge Project
* Community Improvement Project
* Construction Project
* Energy Project
* Environmental Engineering Project
* Flood Management Project
* Geotechnical Project
* Historical Renovation Project
* Parks and Recreation Project
* Roadway and Highway Project
* Seismic Project
* Small Project
* Structural Engineering Project
* Sustainable Engineering Project
* Transportation Project
* Urban or Land Development Project
* Water Project
* Water/Wastewater Treatment Project

  

Individual

* Excellence in Journalism
* Lifetime Achievement Award
* Outstanding ASCE Branch Officer
* Outstanding ASCE Faculty Advisor
* Outstanding ASCE Life Member
* Outstanding ASCE Practitioner Advisor
* Outstanding ASCE Section Officer
* Outstanding Civil Engineer in Community Service
* Outstanding Civil Engineer in Legislative Activities
* Outstanding Civil Engineer in the Private Sector
* Outstanding Civil Engineer in the Public Sector
* Outstanding Civil Engineering Student
* Outstanding YMF Officer
* Outstanding Younger Civil Engineer
* Legislator of the Year


 

Congratulations, again, to our 2016 winners: 

 

  • LEGISLATOR OF THE YEAR 
    Congressman Tony Cardenas 
  • OUTSTANDING CIVIL ENGINEER IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR 
    Paul Choy 
  • OUTSTANDING CIVIL ENGINEERING STUDENT 
    Cindy Sujey Anaya 
  • OUTSTANDING CIVIL ENGINEER IN RESEARCH 
    Patrick J. Lynett  
  • OUTSTANDING CIVIL ENGINEER IN COMMUNITY SERVICE 
    Brian Phan 
  • OUTSTANDING YOUNGER CIVIL ENGINEER 
    Linda Luu, PE 
  • OUTSTANDING CIVIL ENGINEER IN SERVICE TO ASCE YMF 
    Jane Horvath, PE, ENV SP 
  • OUTSTANDING CIVIL ENGINEER IN SERVICE TO ASCE BRANCH 
    Heren Molina 
  • OUTSTANDING CIVIL ENGINEER IN SERVICE TO ASCE REGION 
    Jay H Higgins 
  • LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 
    Charles S. Dwyer 
  • OUTSTANDING AIRPORTS & PORTS PROJECT 
    Middle Harbor Terminal Redevelopment Project, Phase I 
    Port of Long Beach 
  • OUTSTANDING ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING PROJECT 
    DWP La Kretz Innovation Campus 
    City of Los Angeles, Department of Public Works, Bureau of Engineering 
  • OUTSTANDING BIKEWAYS & TRAILS PROJECT 
    Herondo Street/Harbor Drive Gateway Improvement Project 
    City of Redondo Beach
  • OUTSTANDING BRIDGE PROJECT 
    Universal City Pedestrian Bridge 
    Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA) 
  • OUTSTANDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECT 
    Green Port Gateway Rail Project 
    Port of Long Beach 
  • OUTSTANDING ENERGY PROJECT 
    Sustainable Energy Solutions - Energy Master Plan Project 
    County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works - Waterworks Districts 
  • OUTSTANDING ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING PROJECT 
    Santa Anita Sediment Placement Site Habitat Mitigation Project 
    County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works - Water Resources Division 
  • OUTSTANDING HISTORICAL BRIDGE RENOVATION PROJECT 
    North Main St Bridge over Los Angeles River 
    Bureau of Engineering / Department of Public Works / City of Los Angeles 
  • OUTSTANDING HISTORICAL BUILDING RENOVATION PROJECT 
    The Masonic Temple 
    Structural Focus 
  • OUTSTANDING INNOVATIVE PROJECT 
    City of West Hollywood Automated Garage 
    City of West Hollywood 
  • OUTSTANDING PARKS & RECREATION PROJECT 
    MacArthur Park - 7th and Alvarado St. Entry 
    City of Los Angeles, Department of Public Works, Bureau of Engineering 
  • OUTSTANDING RAIL PROJECT 
    Foothill Gold Line - Pasadena to Azusa 
    Hill International, Inc., Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority 
  • OUTSTANDING ROADWAY & HIGHWAY PROJECT 
    Wilshire Boulevard Bus Rapid Transit 
    County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works 
  • OUTSTANDING SMALL PROJECT 
    City of Torrance Stormwater Basin and Treatment Wetlands Enhancement 
    CWE, City of Torrance 
  • OUTSTANDING STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING PROJECT 
    East Fork over North Fork San Gabriel River Bridge Retrofit 
    County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works 
  • OUTSTANDING SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING PROJECT 
    LAPD Metropolitan Division Facility 
    City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Engineering 
  • OUTSTANDING TRANSPORTATION PROJECT 
    Exposition Light Rail Transit Phase 2 Design-Build 
    WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, Skanska, and Rados 
  • OUTSTANDING WASTEWATER PROJECT 
    COS Rehab Market St to Slauson Ave and COS at 59th & Fourth Ave 
    City of Los Angeles, Department of Public Works, Bureau of Engineering 
  • OUTSTANDING WATER PROJECT 
    Marshall R. Bowen Pumping Plant Project  
    (Pumping Plant No. 2 Replacement) 
    City of Whittier, Michael Baker International, Inc., Ninyo & Moore,  
    RRM Design Group 
  • OUTSTANDING WATER TREATMENT PROJECT 
    Sun Valley EDA Public Improvements Project and Drywells Implementation 
    City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Engineering  
  • OUTSTANDING REGIONAL WATER TREATMENT PROJECT 
    Rio Hondo / San Gabriel River Water Quality Group Enhanced Watershed 
    Management Program 
    CWE, City of Arcadia 
  • OUTSTANDING CIVIL ENGINEERING EMPLOYER 
    Mott MacDonald 

About ASCE MLAB

Founded in 1852, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) represents more than 145,000 members of the civil engineering profession worldwide and is America's oldest national engineering society. The Metropolitan Los Angeles Branch (MLAB) is dedicated to serving its more than 3,000 members locally. MLAB's membership is the largest is the country and its breadth of engineering experience is demonstrated in the many volunteers who give their time and efforts to the betterment of the profession and the society.