PMI Project of the Year Award
The PMI Project of the Year Award recognizes, honors, and publicizes project and team success achieved through the superior performance of project management practices.
- Project budget must be more than $100 million US dollars.
- Projects of any type, from any industry, in public or private sectors.
- Projects from throughout the world.
- Projects that demonstrate exemplary project management principles and techniques.
- Projects which have received other awards or recognition (with one exception noted below).
- PMI affiliation is not necessary.
- Self-nomination by an eligible organization is permitted.
- The nomination must be received no later than one year after the project is completed.
- A project that has either won or competed for a PMI Award for Project Excellence (formerly PMI Distinguished Project Award) will eliminate the nomination from consideration for the PMI Project of the Year Award.
- Failure to provide the necessary contact, permissions and release forms, or to satisfy the criteria defined in the PMI Project of the Year Award Guidelines, General Submission Guidelines or PMI Project of the Year Award Application, will eliminate the nomination from consideration for this award.
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Recipients of the PMI Project of the Year Award
2014: AP60 Phase 1 Project, Jonquiere, Quebec, Canada
Submitted by SNC-Lavalin-Hatch-Rio Tinto Alcan
2013: Adelaide Desalination Project Adelaide, Australia SA Water Corporation
2012: Umatilla Chemical Agent Disposal Facility Operations Phase, Hermiston, Oregon, USA
Submitted by Umatilla Chemical Agent Disposal Facility URS and the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency
2011: Prairie Waters Project, Aurora, Colorado, USA
Submitted by City of Aurora - Aurora Water & CH2M Hill, Inc.
2010: National Ignition Facility Project, Livermore, California, USA
Submitted by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
2009: Newmont TS Power Plant Project
Submitted by Fluor Enterprises, Inc. and Newmont Nevada Energy Investment, Ltd.
HATCH, LTD - The QIT-Fer et Titane plant kept up business as usualeven as a project teamworked behind the scenes to boost production by more than 20 percent.
2007: FLUOR CORPORATION - Fluor closed a Cold War nuclear facility in less time and with less money than anyone thought possiblebut first the company had to gain the trust of the community. Submitted by: PMI Southwestern Ohio Chapter See MORE.
2006: KAISER-HILL CO. LLC for the U.S. Department of Energy Rocky Flats Closure Project
Submitted by: PMI Mile Hi Chapter
2005: QUARTIER INTERNATIONAL De MONTREAL PROJECT
Submitted by: PMI Montreal Chapter
2004: HARADH GAS PLANT PROJECT
Submitted by: Saudi Aramco
2003: SALT LAKE OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES OF 2002
Submitted by: Salt Lake Organizing Committee (SLOC)
2002: HAWIYAH GAS PLANT PROJECT.
Submitted by: Saudi Aramco
2001: MOZAL SMELTER PROJECT.
Submitted by: SNC Lavalin and Murray & Roberts
2000: TROJAN REACTOR VESSEL PROJECT
Submitted by: Portland General Electric Company
1999: QATARGAS LNG PLANT.
Submitted by: Chiyoda Corporation
1998: MARS PATHFINDER.
Submitted by: Jet Propulsion Laboratory
1997: ADVANTIX, ADVANCED PHOTO SYSTEM.
Submitted by: Eastman Kodak Company
1996: 1 B PROCESSOR STORY.
Submitted by: Lucent Technologies
1995: BENFIELD COLUMN REPAIR PROJECT.
Submitted by: Sastech Engineering Services
1994: LOGAN EXPANSION PROJECT.
Submitted by: Fluor Daniel, Inc.
1993: METRO RED LINE SEGMENT 1 PROJECT.
Submitted by: Rail Construction Corporation
1992: ATIGUN MAINLINE REROUTE PROJECT.
Submitted by: Alaska Pipeline Service Company
1991: NEW PROPYLENE/POLYPROPYLENE FACTORY FOR SASAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES (PTY) LTD.
Submitted by: Sastech
1990: LIMERICK GENERATING STATION UNIT 2
Submitted by: Philadelphia Electric Company
1989: DELTA AIRLINES TERMINAL 5 EXPANSION AT LAX