Public Works Awards
In December, 2013, the Oregon WTS (Advancing Women in Transportation) selected the Jughandle Project as its project of the year for 2013.
Back in August, 2013, the National American Public Works Association awarded the prestigious Project of the Year (Transportation - $25M to $75M) to the OR 213/I-205 to Redland Road Overcrossing (Jughandle) project. The award ceremony for this prestigious award took place in Chicago, Illinois.
Over the last few years, we have garnered several project and staff awards. Oregon City Public Works, its consultants and contractors have been hard at work. We are proud of our accomplishments and we want to share them with you!
Shown in picture are (l-r) Aleta Froman-Goodrich, PE, City Engineer and Nancy J.T. Kraushaar, PE, former City Engineer/Public Works Director.
- Jughandle Project - WTS (Advancing Women in Transportation) 2013 Project of the Year
- Jughandle Project - APWA National Public Works Project of the Year 2013 - Transportation $25M to $75M
- John Lewis - Gizmo Award at 2013 Spring Oregon Chapter APWA Conference
- Nancy Kraushaar - APWA National Professional Manager of the Year in Transportation
- Jughandle Project - Bronze Beacon Award for “Preventing Gridlock"
- Main Street Project - APWA Oregon Chapter Project of the Year Award - Transportation Less than $5M
- Oregon City's Two-Way Main Street Project - Oregon Main Street Program - Best Public Improvement Project
- McLoughlin Promenade Project – 2011 Oregon Chapter APWA Project of the Year Award – Historical Preservation Less than $5M
- Beavercreek Road Project – 2009 National APWA Project of the Year Award – Transportation Less than $5M