Arlington, Texas (August 19, 2021) – TEXO, the largest construction industry trade association in Texas, recently honored Adolfson & Peterson Construction at its 2021 Distinguished Building Awards Recognition Dinner in Arlington on the field at AT&T Stadium.
“These awards are so meaningful to the AP Team given the many challenges we faced during the pandemic,” said AP Gulf States Vice President of Operations Bob Lemke. “We powered through supply chain and logistic issues and still delivered the best possible projects to our clients.”
Regional project teams and leadership, plus representatives from Cushman & Wakefield and Corgan, attended the ceremony on behalf of AP. Southwest Transplant Alliance’s new headquarters/medical office building was awarded 1st place in the health care category ($10-30M). It also won an Outstanding Construction Award from Associated General Contractors (AGC)—Texas Building Branch, TEXO’s state-level association. Additionally, AP served as construction manager for a Dallas-area recreational tennis facility and received TEXO’s 2021 Merit Award.
“Whether it was pandemic-related delays or project-specific build challenges, we collaborated with the owners and architects on both projects, never losing sight of the importance of clear, meaningful and transparent communication to get these beautiful facilities completed,” said Vice President and Project Executive Zack Rogers. “We couldn’t be happier with the results.”
Southwest Transplant Alliance’s (STA) three-story, 75,000-SF headquarters is the first of its kind in Texas. In addition to STA’s corporate offices, the new facility is home to an organ recovery center, training center of excellence, surgical suites, organ perfusion center and laboratory.
The merit-award-winning recreational tennis facility is also without equal. Located in a well-established neighborhood in the heart of Dallas, the new facility sits on a very tight and occupied site and includes eight new tennis courts with four interior courts underground and four exterior courts at roof level.
AP Gulf States has been a member of TEXO since it was founded in 2009. The association seeks to build the best construction community for North and East Texas. Today, TEXO is one of the country’s largest chapters affiliated with both the national Association of Builders and Contractors and AGC.