2013, 2014 & 2015 – St. Louis AGC Specialty Contractor of the Year for Structural and Finished Metals
2011-2012 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District Large Project Safety Saves Award Winner
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District recognizes Mortenson Construction and all of its subcontractors on the Fort Leonard Wood Military Base BCTIII, Phase II Lost Scope Project. Acme provided a 350 ton complete steel package to Mortenson on this project and engaged Hammerts Iron works as the fabricator. Acme worked closely with the fabricator and the general contractor to plan, execute, and deliver an exceptional product. View a the award letter here: http://acmeerectors.com/u-s-army-corps-of-engineers-award-letter/.
2008 AGC Keystone Award – Specialty Contractor Project of the Year Under $2 Million
Acme received the AGC Keystone Award for its work on the Washington University School of Law renovation. The largest crane in Missouri was used to hoist two 30 ton skylight pieces into place to enclose an existing open air atrium in Anheuser-Bush Hall School of Law. The project was very risky and extreme attention to detail was required, as it was imperative that the awkward skylight pieces remained level during the hoist and move. Workspace was extremely tight due to the building being situated in the middle of a built-up college campus. Acme completed the hoist and installation of the skylight flawlessly and the building was able to reopen ahead of schedule. Learn more about the project here: http://law.wustl.edu/news/pages.aspx?id=6541. A video of the hoist can be seen here: http://mediasite.law.wustl.edu/Mediasite/Play/f1db0908-6cc6-4e40-9628-b1ac9804e6ca.