Six projects using MKK Consulting Engineers, Inc. design teams have received industry accolades this year: History Colorado Center, Denver Department of Human Services Eastside Building, Google Boulder Phase II, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Denver Central Platte Campus, and the Denver County Jail housing project.

Two of the four projects earned multiple awards. History Colorado Center took home an ENR Mountain States “Best Projects” award, and several AGC Colorado awards. These included the Silver “Best Building Project ($6-$10 Million) SUB” (awarded to RK Mechanical), Jack Mincher People’s Choice, and Silver “Best Building Project (over $70 Million) General” (awarded to Hensel Phelps). MKK proudly accepted an ACEC Engineering Excellence award for the Denver Human Services Eastside Building, while our design and construction partners received an AIA Colorado Merit Award for Built Architecture (awarded to RNL) and the AGC Colorado Bronze “Contribution to the Community” award (awarded to Kiewit).

Numerous awards were also bestowed on our design and construction partners. The Denver County Jail housing project won AGC Colorado’s Silver “Meeting the Challenge of a Difficult Job (SUB)” which was awarded to Duro Electric, and ENR Mountain States named Google Boulder Phase II in their “Best Projects” category. Tryba Architects was given an Honor Award for Built Architecture for the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, and RNL received a Merit Award for Built Architecture for Denver Central Platte Campus (as well as for the Eastside Building, listed above).

“It’s an honor for us to have so many projects recognized this year. We are grateful to all of our design and construction team members for doing a superb job,” said Denver Branch Director Angie Huber.