Century West Project Wins APWA Oregon Top Project Award!

The Redmond Municipal Airport Runway 4-22 Rehabilitation Project was recognized by the American Public Works Association (APWA) Oregon Chapter. The project received a Public Works Project of the Year Award in the Transportation category for projects $5M to less than $25M. Century West provided project management, design and engineering services for the complex $18M runway rehabilitation project. The judges were impressed with the team’s approach to closing a regional commercial airport for 21 days and the ability to use the airport closure for activities such as a large-scale active shooter training for law enforcement.

Century West Project Manager Tom Headley, PE, LEED AP; Greg Reince, EIT; and VP, BD and Marketing Matt MacRostie, PE were at the event to accept the award.

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From left to right: Delora Kerber (APWA OR President); Matt MacRostie (Century West VP, BD & Marketing); Greg Reince (Century West EIT); Robert Gibbons (Knife River Project Manager); Tom Headley (Century West Project Manager); Mayor George Endicott (City of Redmond); Chris Doan (Knife River General Manager); Jill Marilley (Region IX Director); Ron Calkins (National APWA President)

From left to right: Delora Kerber (APWA OR President); Matt MacRostie (Century West VP, BD & Marketing); Greg Reince (Century West EIT); Robert Gibbons (Knife River Project Manager); Tom Headley (Century West Project Manager); Mayor George Endicott (City of Redmond); Chris Doan (Knife River General Manager); Jill Marilley (Region IX Director); Ron Calkins (National APWA President)