Standard Construction was pleased to have participated in the 2023 APWA annual conference, held at the Hilton El Conquistador in Tucson from July 26 to 28, 2023. As a leading construction company, we enjoyed engaging with industry professionals, sharing our expertise, and exploring innovative solutions that would shape the future of public works and infrastructure development. We were proud to have joined this premier event to discuss the latest trends, best practices, and collaborative opportunities in the field of construction and public works.
The APWA Public Works Project of the Year was established to promote excellence in the management and administration of public works projects by recognizing the alliance between the managing agency, the consultant/architect/engineer, and the contractor who, working together, complete public works projects. Public works projects may be nominated in four cost divisions and five categories plus in five different categories for Small Cities/Rural Communities. There is also a Sustainability Practices Award given to Projects or Program/Agencies. The Chapter then nominates ALL projects submitted for the APWA National Awards Program.
Arizona Chapter of APWA awarded Standard Construction Company, Inc. for the Alma School/ Chandler Blvd. Intersection project as this year's recipient of the 2018 Public Works Project of the Year Transportation-$5-25 Million Award.
The Chandler Boulevard/Alma School Road intersection project is located in the City of Chandler in Maricopa County. Work under this contract includes: widening Chandler Boulevard to accommodate a second left turn lane, a separate right turn lane and a bus lane; the improvements also consist of widening Alma School Road to accommodate a third travel lane, a second left turn lane and a separate right turn lane. The work includes subgrade preparation, grading, furnishing and placing aggregate sub-base, asphaltic concrete and Portland cement concrete paving, curb and gutter, sidewalk, drainage improvements, signals, signal interconnect, signing, striping, lighting, landscaping, landscape irrigation, SRP irrigation, water main replacement, sanitary sewer manhole rehabilitation, erosion control, private irrigation relocations, private utility coordination and other related work.
May 18, 2019. Standard Construction was proud to sponsor the Agua Fria Food and Clothing Bank fundraiser at D-BAT Avondale. The mission of the Agua Fria Food and Clothing Bank, as a faith-based Non-Profit Organization, is to provide services to families and individuals in the Southwest Valley who are hungry, in need, or facing crisis.
Community Tailgate Celebration, February 28, 2019
As a thank you to our partners and the local community, we had a Tailgate Celebration to commemorate the completion of the City of Avondale CDBG Street and Sidewalk Improvement Project. The event was held in the parking lot of the Boys & Girls Club at 301 W. Western Avenue on Thursday, February 28th from 3:30-5:00 p.m. Café Zamora catered the event.
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June 15, 2018
THE CHAMBER’S 60TH ANNIVERSARY!
The most prestigious awards ceremony, affectionately called "The Swaggies," includes an elegant dinner, a fun-filled cocktail hour, and the luxury of Wigwam Arizona. Over three hundred business owners and managers, elected and community leaders, and other professionals attend The Swaggies making it one of the largest events in the area.
November 3, 2017. Standard Construction Company, Inc. was a sponsor for the Avondale Cup Golf Tournament, which benefited the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix, Tri-City West/Thornwood Branch.
June 15, 2017. Hats off to Standard Construction’s employee, Victor Almendariz, for graduating from the ABA-AGC Apprenticeship Program as a Heavy Equipment Operator. The program included both on-the-job training and classroom training over several years. Congratulations Victor!
October 23, 2016. Standard Construction sponsored a team for the Autism Speaks Walk at Tempe Beach Park. Our team of 70 included Standard Construction employees and participants from other local businesses that worked together to raise money for autism research.