The St. Louis Branch of Missouri Chapter of the American Public Works Association selected Wentzville’s new City Hall as the 2018 “Project of the Year – Structures (Over $250,000).” The award was presented during a luncheon on June 28.
“I am very proud of our staff, elected officials and the group effort it took to see this project through to completion,” said Wentzville Mayor Nick Guccione. “Our staff worked alongside a dedicated team of architects, engineers and project managers to provide our residents and employees with a facility that will take Wentzville well into the future.”
This award recognizes an individual, team or organization for excellence in management and administration of public works projects and the alliance between the managing agency, the consultant/architect/engineer, and the contractor who, working together as a team, complete public works projects. The City of Wentzville received this recognition alongside Chiodini Architects, Paric Corporation and Navigate Building Solutions, who were all instrumental in the design and construction of the new Wentzville City Hall.