The Rudolph Libbe Group has been honored with a Construction Risk Partners Build America Award for its work on the ProMedica headquarters in downtown Toledo. The award, presented by the Associated General Contractors of America, recognized the ProMedica project as one of the best construction projects of 2017 and the best building renovation project valued between $10 million and $99 million.

“These awards epitomize the latest and greatest projects the construction industry has to offer,” said Art Daniel, the association’s president and president of AR Daniel Construction Services in Cedar Hill, Texas. “The construction firms recognized have utilized outstanding skill, collaboration and innovation to complete some of America’s most complex and ambitious projects of 2017.”

Rudolph Libbe Inc. served as construction manager and GEM Inc. performed structural steel work for the ProMedica Steam Plant and the former KeyBank building, now known as the Junction Building.

The project involved extensive renovations of the 78,465-square-foot Steam Plant and the 102,101-square-foot five-story Junction Building.

“The Construction Risk Partners Build America Awards recipients represent the perfect integration of creative design, construction mastery and flawless execution which is inspiring to us all,” said Rob Rapp of Construction Risk Partners. “CRP and JLT would like to congratulate all of the award winners and nominees for their amazing ingenuity, perseverance and accomplishment on their respective projects.”

The Construction Risk Partners Build America Awards highlight the nation’s most significant construction projects. A panel of judges, representing all areas of construction, evaluated submissions for complexity, use of innovative construction techniques and client satisfaction, as well as other criteria.