June 9, 2011
MOORESTOWN, NJ – GREYHAWK, a national project management and consulting firm, has been named the recipient of three "project of the year" awards from the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA). The annual Awards program recognizes outstanding achievement in the practice of construction management. The CMAA Award Ceremony will be held June 9 at the Union League in Philadelphia.
GREYHAWK received 1st place for "K-12 project of the year under $20 million" for work conducted on behalf of Egg Harbor City Middle School and an Honorable Mention (2nd place) for "K-12 project of the year over $20 million" for Greater Egg Harbor High School. The firm also received an award for "Private Project of the Year over $20 million" for Campbell Soup's Corporate Employee Center Building.
The CMAA is a national organization of more than 5,000 individual and corporate members that promotes professionalism and excellence in the management of the construction process. The CMAA's Mid-Atlantic Chapter serves the organization's members in Southern New Jersey, Delaware and Eastern Pennsylvania.
GREYHAWK is an award-winning construction project management and consulting firm that specializes in providing services to facility owners and stakeholders involved in major private and public construction projects. GREYHAWK is a leading provider of owner's representative, construction claims, dispute resolution, CPM scheduling, MEP commissioning, roof consulting and LEED consulting services. An Engineering News- Record (ENR) top 100 firm, GREYHAWK has offices in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Florida and Texas.