City of Tucson Wins Several Public Works Awards

The Southern Arizona Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) presented the City of Tucson with several awards at its banquet today, March 28.

Among the many awards, Proposition 409 won Project of the Year for transportation projects costing more than $75 million.

The City of Tucson Department of Transportation won Project of the Year for Transportation Projects $5M - $25M, Grant Road Phase II: Stone Avenue to Park Avenue.

Amber Kerwin of the Tucson City Manager's Office won the award for Professional Manager of the Year in Administrative Management for her work managing the Tucson Delivers program.

Tucson Water Deputy Director Sandy Elder was recognized as the 2019 Professional Manager of the Year in Water Resources.

Tucson Water’s Clearwell Reservoir Rehabilitation Project was recognized as Project of the Year, Structures $5M-$25M.

Arizona APWA is a state chapter of the American Public Works Association, an educational and professional association of public agencies, private sector companies, and individuals dedicated to professional excellence and public awareness.