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  • Elizabeth Peratrovich First Tlingit Enshrined in Hall

    On November 2, 2019, Elizabeth Peratrovich was inducted into the National Native American Hall of Fame at a ceremony at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Elizabeth, the mother of PND Engineers, Inc. co-founder Roy Peratrovich, Jr., was one of 12 inductees in the fledgling Hall of Fame's second class.

  • PND Wins AAHPA Golden Anchor Award

    On our 40th anniversary, PND Engineers, Inc. wins the inaugural Golden Anchor Award at the 40th annual AAHPA Conference at Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall in Juneau, Alaska. The award was bestowed upon PND for the company's achievement and support to the AAHPA and its corporate members.

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2019: Alaska Association of Harbormasters & Port Administrators Golden Anchor Award

2019: Pile Driving Contractors Association (PDCA) Project of the Year – Permanent Canal Closures and Pumps (PCCP) Cofferdams and Permanent OPEN CELL™ Retaining Walls, New Orleans, LA

2018: National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA) Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards Outstanding Project (new bridges/transportation structures) – Nigliq Bridge, Colville River, Nuiqsut, AK

2018: National Steel Bridge Alliance (NSBA) Prize Bridge (medium span) – Nigliq Bridge, Colville River, Nuiqsut, AK

2018: NSBA Prize Bridge (special purpose merit) – Moose Run Golf Course Bridge, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Anchorage, AK

2018: American Institute of Architects (AIA) Honor Award – Kodiak High School, Kodiak, AK

2018: Association for Learning Environments Len Mackler Award – Kodiak High School, Kodiak, AK

2018: Engineering Excellence E-Week Project of the Year – Juneau Cruise Ship Berths, Juneau, AK

2018: Engineering Excellence E-Week Honor Award – UniSea G1 Dock, Unalaska, AK

2017: PDCA Project of the Year – Juneau Cruise Ship Berths, Juneau, AK

2017: Engineering News-Record (ENR) Northwest Best Airport/Transit, Excellence in Safety, and Best Specialty Construction – Juneau Cruise Ship Berths, Juneau, AK

2017: American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) (Juneau Chapter) Project of the Year – Juneau Cruise Ship Berths, Juneau, AK

2017: ASCE (Juneau Chapter) Project of the Year (runner-up) – Douglas Harbor Renovation, Juneau, AK

2017: American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Silver Award for Engineering Excellence – PCCP Cofferdams, New Orleans, LA

2017: Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Seattle-Tacoma Post Gold Award (small business) – U.S. Coast Guard Cold Bay Forward Operating Location Hangar, Cold Bay, AK

2017: ENR Northwest Best Highway/Bridge – Chignik Dock, Chignik, AK

2017: States Organization for Boating Access Outstanding Project – Statter Harbor Shelter and Boat Launch Ramp, Juneau, AK

2017: Learning By Design Outstanding Project Award – Girdwood K-8 School, Girdwood, AK

2016: No. 2 on Roads & Bridges’ Top 10 Bridges List – Nigliq Bridge, Colville River, Nuiqsut, AK

2016: ASCE Project of the Year – Statter Harbor Launch Ramp Facility, Juneau, AK

2016: SAME Silver Design Excellence Award (small business) – Upper Government Hill Housing, Kodiak, AK

2016: Learning By Design Grand Prize – Valley Pathways School, Palmer, AK

2015: No. 1 on Roads & Bridges’ Top 10 Roads List – Deweyville Trailhead to Neck Lake Road, Prince of Wales Island, AK

2015: ASCE Outstanding Project of the Year (honorable mention) – Aurora Harbor, Phase I, Juneau, AK

2015: Learning By Design Grand Prize – Pacific High School, Sitka, AK

2015: AIA Merit Award – Valley Pathways School, Palmer, AK

2014: ASCE Outstanding Project of the Year – Cruise Ship Terminal Staging Area Improvements, Juneau, AK

2014: Chief of Naval Operations Environmental Award (environmental restoration installation) – Alameda Point OPEN CELL™ Waste Isolation Bulkhead, Alameda, CA

2014: Council of Educational Facility Planners International (CEFPI) Len Mackler Award – Valley Pathways School, Palmer, AK

2014: CEFPI Merit Award – Pacific High School, Sitka, AK

2013: PDCA Project of the Year (marine-based) – Boswell Unit 4 OPEN CELL SHEET PILE™ Bulkhead, Cohasset, MN

2013: Design-Build Institute of America Transportation Projects Design-Build Honor Award – Akutan Airport, Akun Island, AK

2013: ASCE (Juneau Chapter) Honorary Project of the Year – Statter Harbor Moorage Improvements, Juneau, AK

2013: ASCE (Juneau Chapter) Honorary Project of the Year – Port of Juneau Customs Visitor Center, Juneau, AK

2013: ASCE (Juneau Chapter) Honorary Project of the Year – Wrangell Marine Service Center Concrete Paving, Wrangell, AK

2013: ASCE (Juneau Chapter) Honorary Project of the Year – Basin Road Trestle, Juneau, AK

2012: ASCE (Juneau Chapter) Outstanding Civil Engineering Project of the Year – Carl E. Moses Boat Harbor, Dutch Harbor, Unalaska, AK

2012: ASCE (Juneau Chapter) Engineer of the Year – John DeMuth, PE

2011: Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America Aon Build America Award for Best Renovation of a Federal and Heavy Construction Project – St. Paul Island Fur Seal Observation Towers and Walkways, Pribilof Islands, AK

2011: CEFPI MacConnell Award (finalist), Pacific Northwest Pinnacle Award, and Project of Distinction – Susitna Valley Junior/Senior High School, Talkeetna, AK

2010: AGC of America Aon Build America Award for Best New International Construction Project – Umm Qasr Pier and Seawall, Umm Qasr, Iraq

2010: PDCA Project of the Year – Skagway Surge Control Breakwater, Skagway, AK

2010: CEFPI Pacific Northwest Pinnacle Award – Machetanz Elementary School, Wasilla, AK

2010: CEFPI Len Mackler Award – Noatak K-12 School, Noatak, AK

2010: CEFPI Len Mackler Award – Susitna Valley Junior/Senior High School, Talkeetna, AK

2009: American Public Works Association (Alaska Chapter) Best Project – Glenn-Bragaw Interchange, Anchorage, AK

2009: ASCE Local Civil Engineering Achievement Honor Award in Ports and Waterways Engineering – Dakota Creek Industries Shipyard Redevelopment, Anacortes, WA

2009: American Road & Transportation Builders Association Globe Award – Gravina Island Access Road, Ketchikan, AK

2009: ASCE (Juneau Chapter) Honorary Project of the Year – Auke Bay Loading Facility, Auke Bay, AK

2009: CEFPI Len Mackler Award – Clark Middle School, Anchorage, AK

2009: Learning By Design Honorable Mention – Mat-Su Career & Technical High School, Wasilla, AK

2009: Alaska Municipal League, Conference of Mayors, Alaska Community Award of Excellence in Public Works – Machetanz Elementary School, Wasilla, AK

2008: AGC (Washington) Heavy/Industrial Construction Project of the Year – Clover Island Marina Renovation, Kennewick, WA

2008: AIA Citation Award – Mat-Su Career & Technical High School, Wasilla, AK

2008: CEFPI MacConnell Award (finalist) and Project of Distinction – Mat-Su Career & Technical High School, Wasilla, AK

2008: DesignShare Merit Award – Mat-Su Career & Technical High School, Wasilla, AK

2008: CEFPI Len Mackler Award – Nicholas Joseph Begich Middle School, Anchorage, AK

2007: ASCE (Juneau Chapter) Honorary Project of the Year – Heritage Harbor, Wrangell, AK

2007: CEFPI Len Mackler Award – Mat-Su Career & Technical High School, Wasilla, AK

2007: Alaska Capital Engineers Engineer of the Year – Chris Gianotti, PE

2006: Alaska Capital Engineers Engineer of the Year – Dick Somerville, PE

2006: Federal Highway Administration Award of Excellence for Best Special Purpose Bridge – Snohomish Riverfront Trail Pedestrian Bridge, Snohomish, WA

2005: ASCE Silver Award for Social, Economic, and Sustainable Design Considerations – Northwest Maritime Center Dock, Port Townsend, WA

2005: ACEC Silver Award for Future Value to Engineering Profession & Perception of the Public – AJ Cruise Ship Dock, Juneau, AK

2004: Trinidad & Tobago Contractors Association Civil Engineering Contractor of the Year – La Brea Industrial Development Company Dock Extension, La Brea, Trinidad

2004: AGC of Alaska Hard Hat Award – Dennis Nottingham, PE

2003: ACEC Silver Award – Columbia & Cowlitz Railway Bridge Number 7, Kelso, WA

2003: Alaska Engineering Societies Engineer of the Year – Alan Christopherson, PE

2002: Alaska Capital Engineers Project of the Year – South Franklin Cold Ironing Project, Juneau, AK

2002: ACEC Engineering Excellence Gold Award for Best Small Structural Project – Bell Street Pier 66 Passenger Boarding Gangway, Seattle, WA

2001: PDCA Project of the Year – Northstar Offshore Island, Prudhoe Bay, AK

2001: Deep Foundations Institute Outstanding Project (special recognition) – Bell Street Pier, Seattle, WA

2001: ASCE Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement – Whittier Access Project, Whittier, AK

2001: AGC Excellence in Construction (vertical construction) – Alaska Joint Electrical Apprenticeship Training and Trust Facility, Anchorage, AK

2000: NSBA Prize Bridge (special purpose) – Kuparuk River Submersible Bridge, North Slope, AK

2000: American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) Most Beautiful Bridge (special purpose) – Kuparuk River Submersible Bridge, North Slope, AK

1998: Construction Innovation Forum, Inc. NOVA Award – OPEN CELL SHEET PILE™ Bulkhead Technology, awarded to PND President Dennis Nottingham

1998: American Association of Port Authorities Environmental Improvement – Bell Street Pier, Seattle, WA

1997: Celebration of Anchorage: Outstanding Urban Beautification Design – Tudor Road Trail Crossing, Anchorage, AK

1997: AIA Merit Award – Bell Street Pier, Seattle, WA

1997: The Waterfront Center Excellence on the Waterfront International Award for Best Mixed-Use Development – Bell Street Pier, Seattle, WA

1997: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Best of Program – Pool Arctic Alaska Drill Rig No. 6, North Slope, AK

1997: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Silver Award – West Dock Causeway, North Slope, AK

1997: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Bronze Award – Kuparuk River Submersible Bridge, North Slope, AK

1997: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Bronze Award – Tudor Road Trail Crossing, Anchorage, AK

1997: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Bronze Award – Port of Seattle Bell Street Pier Wave Barrier, Seattle, WA

1997: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Bronze Award – Mooring Buoy Seabed Anchor Pile, Valdez, AK

1997: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Merit Award – South Franklin Cruise Ship Dock, Juneau, AK

1997: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Merit Award – Pier A Wave Barrier, Seattle, WA

1997: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Merit Award – Hawk Inlet Dolphin, Juneau, AK

1996: American Consulting Engineers Council of Washington Merit Award – Bell Street Pier, Seattle, WA

1996: AISC Most Beautiful Bridge (special purpose) – Tudor Road Trail Crossing, Anchorage, AK

1996: AISC Most Beautiful Bridge (special purpose merit) – Endicott Causeway Breach Bridge, North Slope, AK

1996: ASCE (Juneau Chapter) Achievement in Engineering Excellence, Project of the Year (runner-up) – South Franklin Cruise Ship Dock, Juneau, AK

1996: ASCE (Juneau Chapter) Achievement in Engineering Excellence (honorable mention) – Berth I South, Ketchikan, AK

1995: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Best of Program – Ship Escort/Response Vessel System Valdez Operations Center Facility, Valdez, AK

1995: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Bronze Award – Kuparuk Pipe Restraint Tower, North Slope, AK

1995: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Bronze Award – Endicott Causeway Box Girder Bridge, North Slope, AK

1995: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Merit Award – Knik and Matanuska River Bridge Rehabilitation, Matanuska-Susitna Borough, AK

1993: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Merit Award – Westward Seafoods Foundations, Unalaska, AK

1993: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Merit Award – Unalaska Marine Center, Unalaska, AK

1992: The Governor’s Exporter of the Year Award – Unalaska Marine Center, Unalaska, AK

1992: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Bronze Award – Juneau Cruise Ship Dock, Juneau, AK

1991: ASCE (Juneau Chapter) Achievement in Engineering Excellence, Project of the Year – Juneau Cruise Ship Dock, Juneau, AK

1991: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Bronze Award – Vehicle and Pedestrian Access Bridges for Magone Marine Barge Mooring, Dutch Harbor, Unalaska, AK

1991: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Merit Award – Saw Island Offshore Mooring Systems, Valdez, AK

1991: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Merit Award – Broadway Dock Skagway Tourship Facility, Skagway, AK

1990: ASCE (Juneau Chapter) Achievement in Engineering Excellence, Project of the Year – Broadway Dock Skagway Tourship Facility, Skagway, AK

1990: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Best of Program – 3,000-ton Ship Transfer Support System, Seward, AK

1989: ASCE (Juneau Chapter) Achievement in Engineering Excellence, Project of the Year (runner-up) – Fisheries Terminal Facility, Juneau, AK

1989: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Silver Award – Dutch Harbor Mooring Dolphins, Unalaska, AK

1989: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Merit Award – River Road Bridge, Fort Wainwright, AK

1988: ASCE (Juneau Chapter) Achievement in Engineering Excellence, Project of the Year – Harris Harbor Uplands Improvement Project, Juneau, AK

1988: Municipality of Anchorage (MOA) Urban Design Honorary Award – Historical Trail, 2nd Avenue and E Street, Anchorage, AK

1988: MOA Urban Design Honorary Award – Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, Phase III-IV, Anchorage, AK

1987: The American Society of Landscape Architects (Alaska Chapter) Merit Award – 76th Avenue Street Improvements, Anchorage, AK

1986: The National Audubon Society (Anchorage Chapter) Highest Honor for Urban Habitat – Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, Phase II, Anchorage, AK

1986: The American Society of Landscape Architects (Alaskan Chapter) Merit Award – Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, Phase II, Anchorage, AK

1986: MOA Urban Design Merit Award – Eagle River Pedestrian Overpass, Eagle River, AK

1986: MOA Urban Design Merit Award – Delaney Park, Anchorage, AK

1986: MOA Urban Design Merit Award – 4th Avenue Pedestrian Amenities, Anchorage, AK

1986: MOA Urban Design Honorary Award – Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, Phase II, Anchorage, AK

1985: MOA Urban Design Merit Award – Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, Phase I, Anchorage, AK

1985: Alaska Construction & Oil Magazine Heavy Construction Project of the Year (honorable mention) – U.S. Coast Guard Ketchikan North Wharf Value Engineering, Ketchikan, AK

1985: AIA Honor Award – Klukwan School, Klukwan, AK

1985: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Merit Award – 76th Avenue Railroad Bridge, Anchorage, AK

1985: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Merit Award – Seward Coal-Loading Facility, Anchorage, AK

1984: MOA Golden Hammer Award – Greenhouse Foxhill Condominiums and Lake Ridge Condominiums, Anchorage, AK

1984: MOA Urban Design Merit Award – 36th and Muldoon Pedestrian Overpass, Anchorage, AK

1983: Alaska Construction & Oil Magazine Heavy Construction Project of the Year – Tanana River Bulkhead, Nenana, AK

1983: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Merit Award – Cordova Boat Haulout Grid, Cordova, AK

1982: Alaska Construction & Oil Magazine Heavy Construction Project of the Year (honorable mention) – Oliktok Dock, Oliktok Point, AK

1982: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Bronze Award – Oliktok Mooring Dolphin, Oliktok Point, AK

1982: Alaska Energy Center Home Design Competition – Rural Arctic Alaska Home, awarded to PND President Dennis Nottingham

1981: Alaska Construction & Oil Magazine Heavy Construction Project of the Year – Kuparuk River Bridge, North Slope, AK

1981: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Merit Award – Kuparuk River Bridge, North Slope, AK

1981: Alaska Construction & Oil Magazine Heavy Construction Project of the Year (honorable mention) – Klawock Dock, Klawock, AK

1981: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Merit Award – Klawock Dock, North Slope, AK

Note: PND Engineers, Inc. has won 33 James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Awards for various projects in its 40-year history, and PND co-founder Dennis Nottingham has won 15 Lincoln Arc Awards, believed to be a U.S. record.