Awards and Honors

Innovation and quality service characterize Rii’s reputation in the professional community. Rii staff approaches each project with the same goal of providing the highest quality service to our clients. Our focus is to strengthen current business relationships while developing new ones, as we remain committed to providing superior services and successful projects. Since 1973, our hard work and commitment to quality service has been recognized through many awards and honors. We are very proud and humbled by these achievements, and have listed a few below.

2015

 

Global Achievement Award

for 71/670 Columbus Crossroads Project - Rii served as IQF Manager

2015

 

MAASTO Innovative Award

for 71/670 Columbus Crossroads Project - Rii served as IQF Manager

2015

 

MAASTO Under Budget Award

for $149 million Interstate 71 Widening -The Golden Spike Project - Rii served as Lead Design Engineer

2013

 

IRF 2013 Global Road Achievement Award, Technology, Equipment and Manufacturing Award Category

for ProjectGrid.com®'s iiCollector

2010

 

Flexible Pavements of Ohio Quality Award for Asphalt Paving

for the Ohio State University Airport Runway 9R-27L Rehabilitation Project

2009

 

Builder’s Exchange of Central Ohio Safety Achievement Award

winner (as part of Construction Management team including Smoot and Elford)

2008

 

American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) Project of the Year

for Rickenbacker Intermodal Facility, Rickenbacker International Airport

2008

 

International Road Federation (IRF) 2008 Global Road Achievement Award

Quality Management category – GPR to Infrastructure Management of Quality and Maintenance

2007

 

Advancing Women in Transportation (WTS) Columbus 2007 Employer of the Year Award

2003

 

American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Engineering Excellence Awards, Outstanding Achievement Award

for design support in State Route 16 Freeway Project

2002

 

Ohio Concrete Construction Association (OCCA) Ohio Award for Excellence

for outstanding design and construction for 4 Lane Resurfacing Project (Noble 77), Noble County 6.22, Ohio

2000

 

IRF 2000 Global Road Achievement Award

Construction Methodology category – Michael A. Fox Highway Project in Butler County, Ohio

2000

 

American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) 2000 Globe Award Competition Winner for Environmental Excellence

for role in Michael A. Fox Highway Project