Vaughn Construction is thrilled to announce we received AGC Houston’s Awards for Project Excellence (APEX) for five projects. The APEX Awards are presented every two years to honor firms in our industry for their excellence in construction, their valuable contributions to the community, and their demonstrated commitment to skill, integrity, and responsibility.
Vaughn received the following awards in these categories:
- Laboratory – Gold Award: University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Zayed Building for Personalized Cancer Care (accepted by Keith Piassoli)
- Health Care Large – Silver Award: University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, Clinical Services Wing
(accepted by Barry Enderle)
- Health Care Small – Gold Award: University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Clark Clinic 11th Floor Redevelopment
(accepted by Jacob Jochec and Thomas Arriaga)
- Higher Education – Silver Award: University of Houston-Downtown, Girard Street Garage and Welcome Center
(accepted by Lucas Hubbard and Tim Alvarez)
- Historical Restoration – Bronze Award: Texas A&M University, Jack K. Williams Administration Building Renovation (accepted by Joe Emery and Anthony Mayland).
Vaughn was chosen from more than 80 entries representing the AGC Houston Chapter members. The entries were judged on Friday, June 24 by teams of APEX judges composed of owners, architects, engineers, and other representatives of the A/E/C.
These awards are evidence of our team’s tireless work to provide outstanding service and quality to satisfy our clients and bring their projects into reality.