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Southwest Contractor, a construction industry magazine, recently announced that Los Alamos County has won its “Best of 2010 Awards” for New Mexico in the Civil/Public Works category for its Pajarito Cliffs Site facility.
The application was submitted by Hensel Phelps, Inc. HP was the contractor for the project, which is the home of county and Los Alamos Public School District facilities, including the warehouse, parks, purchasing, risk management, shop, traffic, transit, fleet, utilities, pavement and facilities operations.
According to information from Southwest Contractor, the judges selected the Pajarito Cliffs Site project as “an outstanding example of design and construction” in this category.
Pajarito Cliffs Site is located on Camino Entrada, just north of DeColores Restaurant on N.M. 502. Ground breaking for the Pajarito Cliffs Site took place in the spring of 2008 using a Construction-Manager-at-Risk method.
The goal of the project was to relocate all county and school district buildings from the Trinity Site, across the street from Marimac Plaza, in order to demolish the old buildings and clear the site for the Trinity Site Revitalization Project.
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