2006 build New York award winners honored at Albany ceremony.
The 2006 winners of the Build New York New York, state, United States
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In the New Project category, the winners were: Andron Construction Corporation (Goldens Bridge) for the Nolen Greenhouses at The New York Botanical Garden For the botanical garden in Queens, see .
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In the New/Renovation Project category, the winner was: LeChase Construction Services, LLC (Rochester) for the Beck Center and Statler Auditorium, Cornell University Statler School of Hotel Administration, Ithaca.
And in a new category, Innovation in Project Delivery, the winner was: LPCiminelli Inc. (Buffalo) for Buffalo Public Schools This article may not be compliant with the content policies of Wikipedia. , Phase 1, Buffalo.
There was also an Honorable Mention award presented in the New Project category to: BBL "Be back later." See digispeak.
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"Everyone involved in the conception and execution of a building project, large or small, public or private, takes pride in the skill, integrity and responsibility that go into bringing a project to a successful completion," Jeffrey J. Zogg, executive director of the GBC, said. "This is what the Build New York Award program has come to mean and represent in the construction industry statewide," he added.
The 2006 winners of the GBC Safety Excellence Awards were also announced. They are: BBL Construction Services, LLC, Albany Building Division; Darlind Construction, LaGrangeville Building Division; Charles A. Gaetano Construction Corp., Utica Building Division; E.W. Howell Co., Inc., Woodbury Building Division; LECESSE Construction Company, West Henrietta; LeChase Construction Services LLC, Rochester; Lehigh Construction Group Inc., Orchard Park; Northeast Construction Services, Inc., Syracuse; The Pike Company, Rochester; Sano-Rubin Construction Co., Inc., Albany; Turner Construction Company, New York City and Albany.