MBJ Building Memphis Awards finalists announced
From Memphis Business Journal
The finalists of Memphis Business Journal’s 5th annual Building Memphis Awards. – Memphis Business Journal
Memphis Business Journal is proud to announce the finalists of the 5th annual Building Memphis Awards.
The Building Memphis awards honor projects that have created a community impact in the areas of investment, jobs created and potential impact on a surrounding area, and it recognizes the major players involved in the projects, including owners, developers, brokers, architects/designers, engineers, contractors and financial lenders.
All project finalists were completed or substantially completed during calendar year 2016.
Finalists for MBJ’s 5th annual Building Memphis Awards:
Small projects ($2M and below)
• Ghost River Brewing Co.’s Downtown Tap Room
• Loflin Yard
• William R. Moore College of Technology Welding Training Center
• Grace St. Luke’s Episcopal Church 75th anniversary project
BEST NEW CONSTRUCTION
Small projects ($15M and below)
• Sediver manufacturing facility
• FedEx Experience Center
• South Line Apartments
• The Kitchen Bistro
Medium projects ($15M to $50M)
• St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital – Kay Research and Care Center floor infill
• Ikea Memphis
• Memphis Zoo’s Zambezi River Hippo Camp exhibit
• Union Avenue Kroger
Large projects ($50M and above)
• Shelby Farms’ Heart of the Park
• Highland Row
• Big River Steel
• The Guest House at Graceland
A panel of independent judges will select winners from the list of finalists in each category. In addition to the category winners, a Community Impact Award and a Project of the Year Award will be named from the pool of finalists.