The town of Windermere was recognized recently for its construction of the Windermere Police headquarters and town facilities.
The EIC Awards, given out by the Central Florida Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors, recognizes and celebrates outstanding projects built by CFC ABC members.
"The awards competition serves to raise the level of construction standards throughout the industry by recognizing the workmanship of those who contribute and by showcasing the results of their commitment," the organization states on its website.
According to CFC ABC, each project entry is evaluated by selected judges represented by a cross-section of the industry. The judges include local design professionals who either visit and tour each project or determine the score based on a presentation and awards entry book. The project entries are judged on execution of design, quality of craftsmanship, attention to detail, proper installation, outstanding planning and coordination efforts, challenges successfully overcome, project complexity, custom materials, safety program, and owner satisfaction.
The facilities, which were constructed with the help of H. J. High Construction, opened in April.
The new 10,752-square-foot facility houses the local government services.
Click here to read Orange Observer's complete analysis of the town facilities.
For more information on the award or to view the other winning projects, click here.