MTech Mechanical Receives National Excellence in Construction Award for McGregor Square
MTech Mechanical today announced it’s outstanding performance on McGregor Square has earned the company a National Excellence in Construction® Pyramid Award, presented during ABC Convention 2022 in San Antonio, on March 16. The EIC awards are the construction industry’s leading national competition that honors general and specialty contractors for world-class, safe and innovative construction projects from across the nation.
“We are incredibly proud of all our team members that contributed to the success of the McGregor Square project. This notable Lower Downtown Denver project creates a wonderful space to work, live and play for visitors and the local community. Our team executed safely and provided a quality product despite the challenges of the pandemic.” said President, Marco Capitelli.
McGregor Square is a 835,000 sqft mixed use development: 2 below-grade parking levels, 2 levels of retail, and 3 separate towers consisting of 262,598 SF office, 190,834 SF residential, and 171,274 SF hotel. The towers surround a 29,000 square foot open content plaza, with the buildings housing private residences, hotel, restaurants, retail stores, commercial office space, Rockies Hall of Fame and multiple entertainment spaces.
“For over years, ABC has been honored to award outstanding construction projects like McGregor Square by MTech Mechanical,” said 2022 National Chair of the ABC Board of Directors Stephanie Schmidt, president, Poole Anderson Construction, State College, Pennsylvania. “Through hard work on this project, MTech Mechanical shows the value of teamwork, overcoming challenges and creativity on the jobsite.”
The EIC award honors all construction team members, including the contractor, owner, architect and engineer. The winning projects are judged on complexity, attractiveness, unique challenges overcome, completion time, workmanship, innovation and safety.
A panel of industry experts served as the competition’s judges. This year’s judges included representatives from the Smithsonian Facilities Construction Division, Construction Management Association of America, Engineering News-Record, Design-Build Institute of America, University Research Institute and various construction-related firms nationwide.