KCIC Announces 2016 Brick-by-Brick Award Winners

In KCIC News by KCIC Admin

KCIC is pleased to announce the 2016 Brick-by-Brick Award winners. For more than 20 years, KCIC has recognized the individuals and companies who have made outstanding contributions to Kansas City’s industrial areas with Brick-by-Brick awards. Consideration for award nominations include capital improvements, job creation, improved infrastructure or relocating or expanding in one of the city’s industrial areas.

“This year’s group of winners represent a wide array of projects–from the completion of a flood remediation project that was nearly 30 years in the making to several key redevelopment projects in our industrial districts–we’re happy to recognize the people, businesses and organizations that are working to rebuild our industrial areas one brick at a time,” said Jeff Phillips, KCIC president.

2016 Brick-by-Brick Award Winners

PUBLIC PARTNERS
Blue River Channelization Project
–Army Corps of Engineers (Kansas City district)
–City of Kansas City, Mo
–Missouri and Associated Rivers Coalition (MOARC)
Downtown Council
Leon Mercer Jordon Campus (East Patrol Station & Regional Crime Labs)

PRIVATE PARTNERS
Stockyards Place
MDC, Inc.–Universal Manufacturing Redevelopment Project
John McDonald/Jamie Jeffries–East Bottoms Redevelopment

FORREST L. LANGDON “FROSTY” AWARD
Scott Brown

The award winners will be recognized on Weds., April 6, 2016 at an Awards Reception at the Da Vinci Exhibit at Union Station. Tickets to the reception are available for $60/pp. Click here for more information and to register.

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