Collaborative Life Sciences Building & Skourtes Tower

▸ Project of the Year, Engineering Excellence Award, 2014 by American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Orego

▸ Excellence in Architecture Merit Award 2015 by Society for College and University Planning (SCUP)/AIA-CAE

▸ Light Gauge Steel Framing Outstanding Project of the Year Award 2014 by NW Wall & Ceiling Bureau

▸ Technology in Architectural Practice (TAP) Innovation Award by AIA National

▸ COTE Top 10 Award by AIA National Committee on the Environment (COTE)

▸ Excellence in Concrete Award, Higher Education, 2015 Oregon Concrete & Aggregate Producers Association (OCAPA)

▸ First Place, Public Building, 2015 TopProjects DJC Oregon

▸ Top Project, ETO’s High Performance Building Award, 2015 DJC Oregon and Energy Trust of Oregon

▸ Top Honors Award (in progress by CO) by Metal Architecture

▸ ENR Regional Best Projects by Engineering News-Record

DJC Oregon 2014 Newsmaker Award
DJC Newsmaker Article

Port of Newport International Terminal
2011 National Phoenix Award

2012 DJC Top Project – Public Buildings – First Place
ACEC Engineering Excellence

2011 Oregon Economic Development Association Project of the Year

Swedish Issaquah Medical Campus
2011 DJC –
Building of the Year DJC Link & Best in Healthcare DJC Article Link

Vancouver Community Library
Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association –
44th Annual Excellence in Concrete awards – cast-in-place structures

Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend
2009 American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) Vista Award – New Construction Category.
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2009 Excellence in Concrete Awards – Second Place
2008 Daily Journal of Commerce Top Project Awards – Second Place, Private Buildings

Coffee Creek Correctional Facility
2002 Honorable Mention 2002 Top Public Project in Oregon by Northwest Construction Magazine

Oregon Humane Society
“Oregon Humane Society commends Joshua Dodson with Grateful Appreciation from the Board, Staff & Animals Of the Oregon Humane Society” – New Humane Society project off Columbia Blvd, $20M, early 2000s.