The American Public Works Association, Capital Branch, solicits nominations for and presents annual awards to owners, designers, contractors, and individuals for projects and achievements in the public works arena for the prior year.
Public works project is defined as the physical structure and facilities that are developed, owned, and maintained by public agencies to house government functions and provide water, power, waste disposal, transportation, and similar public services in accordance with established public policy.
This year the APWA Capital Branch recognized eight projects and one individual for awards. Due to the pandemic, this year’s banquet was held virtually. Included in the following Press Release are the projects along with brief descriptions.
Please see the award videos for the Capital Branch State awards. The first project video was through YouTube with the link provided below. The other two were .mp4 files, use the download link below to access those files.
Transportation $25 - $75 Million:
Albany Hudson Electric Trail
Managing Agency: Greenway Conservancy for the Hudson River Valley