Jon McCoy, Senior Superintendent, for Chambers Construction receives American Institute of Architects (AIA) Eugene 2019 Craft Award
We are thrilled to share that the craftsperson award was given to Chambers’ Jon McCoy. Congratulations, Jon!
American Institute of Architects (AIA) Eugene held the 2019 Construction Craft Awards program on May 8, 2019, at the UO Ford Alumni Center.
Two of our superintendents, Tim Jacobs and Jon McCoy, were nominated for the prestigious Craftsperson Award. The last time this award was held by someone at Chambers Construction was in 2015 when our recent Superintendent retiree, Don Brockmann was the award winner.
Jon McCoy has been employed with Chambers for almost 30 years and has more than 46 years experience in the construction industry. Tim Jacobs has been an employee of Chambers for six years but is no stranger to the construction industry with more than 29 years of experience in his field.
The purpose of this long running awards program, which started in 1953, is to give special recognition to those individuals in the building industry who have mastered the ideals of their craft on a particular project or over the course of their careers.
AIA Eugene accepted nominations and a jury comprised of AIA Oregon architects, members of the construction industry and past award winners chose a winner, which was announced at the May 8 event.
We are thrilled to share that the craftsperson award was given to Chambers’ Jon McCoy. Congratulations, Jon! We are so proud of you.