Mortenson, a top-20 U.S. builder, developer, and engineering services provider with nearly four decades of operations in Denver, today announced the winners of its annual STAR Awards program.
Now in its 14th year, the STAR Awards program acknowledges trade partners for outstanding contributions to Mortenson projects over the past year. Due to COVID-19 safety practices, this year’s winners were presented with their 2020 trophies virtually, with video testimonials from the projects or team members that nominated them. This year’s honorees were recognized for their work on important Mortenson projects – from the Broadmoor Exhibit Hall to the new Center for Outpatient Health at National Jewish Health and Rocky Mountain PBS’ new headquarters in the Buell Public Media Center.
“Our trade partners play a crucial role in successful project delivery,” said Gene Hodge, vice president and general manager at Mortenson. “Each year, we celebrate partners who set themselves apart through their commitment to quality, excellence and innovation. Their efforts allow us to deliver better experiences for our clients and more impactful results for our communities. We simply could not do all that we do without them.”
Trade partners for 2020 were awarded in the categories below, which reflect Mortenson’s mission and values.