VMS Awards & Recognition

Awards & Recognition

Nothing speaks more of the quality of services VMS provides than recognition by those we serve.


OVERALL ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

  • 2008 U.S. Department of State Assistant Secretary’s Award for Excellence, in recognition for exceptional commitment to quality and customer service in providing the Bureau of Overseas Building Operations with outstanding value engineering services
  • 2009 Congressional Education Committee and SAVE International, Golden Shears Award for Outstanding Value Engineering Program

INDIVIDUAL PROJECT/VE STUDY AWARDS

  • 2013 FHWA/Caltrans “Value Engineering Study of the Year,” I-10 Express Lanes Widening, San Bernardino County
  • 2011 FHWA/Caltrans “Value Engineering Study of the Year,” I-5 PCC Rehabilitation, Los Angeles County
  • 2011 Federal Highway Administration “Most Outstanding Value Engineering Study: Under $25 Million Category,” SR 36 at Flint River Bridge Replacement in Talbot & Upson Counties, GA
  • 2009 AASHTO Honorable Mention, “Most Value-Added Proposal,  Over $75 million Category,” New State Route 138 in Palmdale, California
  • 2009 AASHTO Award, “Most Value-Added Proposal,” I-5 and I-8 North Corridor Widening, San Diego, California
  • 2004 Post Commander’s Award for Excellence, Awarded by Major General Jay W. Hood (then Brigadier General), VE Study for the Ft. Richardson Long Range Plan, Alaska
  • 2003 Caltrans, Pathfinder Award, Value Analysis Study for US 101 –Safety Improvements – Mussel Shoals to La Conchita, Ventura County, California
  • 2003 AASHTO Honorable Mention, “Most Value-Added Proposal,” for US 101 –Safety Improvements – Mussel Shoals to La Conchita, Ventura County, California
  • 2003 AASHTO Honorable Mention, “Most Innovative Proposal,” 4th Value Analysis Study for the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (SFOBB) East Bay Crossing Replacement
  • 2002 Federal Highway Administration “Most Outstanding Value Engineering Study
  • 2002 Caltrans, Pathfinder Award, Value Analysis Study for SR 76 Interim Project Development Scope, San Diego County, California
  • 2002 AASHTO “Honorable Mention for a VE/Constructibility Review Study,” Seismic Retrofit of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge
  • 2001 Federal Highway Administration “Most Outstanding Value Engineering Study,” I-215 Improvement Project in San Bernardino, California
  • 2000 Federal Highway Administration “Most Outstanding Value Engineering Study
  • 1999 AASHTO Award “Most Cost-Effective Proposal During Process Improvement,” Traffic Operations Strategic Plan Southern California Districts
  • 1997 AASHTO Award “Most Value-Added Proposal,” Cuesta Grade Operational Improvements, San Luis Obispo, California
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