The Project of the Year submission deadline has passed. Thank you to all PDCA members who submitted a POY entry and know that PDCA is hard at work reviewing all of the 2017 entries.

Projects winners will be announced and presented their award during the Project of the Year Awards Luncheon, on Thursday, June 29, 2017.

Open to ALL PDCA Membership Categories

The Pile Driving Contractors Association’s Project of the Year Award is dedicated to acknowledging the ingenuity, hard work, and commitment that goes into each driven pile project; and recognizes excellence in construction projects completed by PDCA members.

Through the Project of the Year Award program, PDCA recognizes those members who have integrated unique design considerations, problem solving, value engineering, cost savings, and innovative applications of driven pile and benefit to the community or owner into their driven pile projects.

Once again, the PDCA Project of the Year Awards are open to ALL PDCA members, including Contractors, Associates and Engineering Affiliates. The submission process is still very simple, so take this opportunity to showcase your company’s best projects of 2017.

There is an entry form specifically for Contractor members and another form for Associate and Engineering Affiliate members. Entry forms and participation requirements can be downloaded and reviewed from the links above or from the PDCA website, Be sure to submit your entry on the correct form – either as a Contractor or an Associate/Engineering Affiliate.

The deadline for submission is Friday, March 31, 2017. Get a head start by considering all of the projects that you want to submit as a 2017 PDCA Project of the Year applicant. There is NO limit to the number of projects a company can submit.

Projects winners will be presented their award at the PDCA 21st Annual International Conference & Expo 2017, in Amelia Island during the Project of the Year Awards Luncheon, on Thursday, June 29, 2017.

Congratulations to PDCA’s 2016 POY Award Winners!

  • Balfour Beatty Infrastructure, Inc. – Wilmington Bypass
  • Cajun Deep Foundations, LLC – Enterprise Products OTI LPG Export Project
  • Clark Foundations – The Wharf – Phase 1
  • Corman Marine Construction, Inc. – Dupont Steel Sheet Pile Bulkhead Repair
  • GZA GeoEnvironmental of New York – The New NY Bridge – Tarrytown to South Nyack, NY
  • Norwalk Marine Contractors, Inc. – New Haven Maintenance of Way
  • Skanska USA Civil – SR83/US331 Bridge Over Choctawhatchee Bay