HPM Wins National Award from Construction Management Association of America

In October, HPM won a Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) national award for its work on the Texas Christian University (TCU) Worth Hills Greek Village Phase 5 Residence Halls. Each year, CMAA recognizes companies for outstanding achievement in construction management.

At this year’s awards luncheon, held in Las Vegas, the HPM project group behind the TCU Residence Hall won top honors in the Education Construction Value Greater than $50 Million category.

Left to right: George Watts – Senior Program Manager, HPM, Frank Marsac – Director of Field Operations, HPM, Bill Wade – Senior Project Manager, HPM

The $90 million project, led by Senior Program Manager George Watts and Senior Project Manager Bill Wade, began in May 2016 and took 15 months to complete. Despite a schedule delay, the project was finished two weeks ahead of schedule and $5 million under budget. In addition, all seven buildings of the Residence Halls earned LEED Gold Certification from the Green Building Certification Institute of the U.S. Green Building Council.

Left to right: Chris Payne – Chair of CMAA, Bill Wade – Senior Project Manager, HPM, George Watts – Senior Program Manager, HPM, Andrea Rutledge – President and CEO, CMAA

In the past three years, HPM has won numerous awards from the CMAA North Texas chapter for its work on TCU projects including the Schollmaier Arena, Worth Hills Parking Garage, and the Greek housing project.

“We are really proud of the work this team has accomplished in our three years on campus, and how they’ve been able to integrate and be an integral part of the facilities team,” said HPM West Region Vice President James Adams. “We are honored to receive this award and be recognized for our work to meet the schedule and come in under budget.”

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