Awards & Affiliations

Recent awards received by FNF:

  • NAPA Quality in Construction Award for the ADOT SR 186 Settlement Road Project (2016)
  • Arizona Chapter American Concrete Institute’s Exposing the Best in Concrete Award for the Gila River Indian Community Sacaton Road Bridge CM/GC Project (2016)
  • Arizona Associated General Contractors Build Arizona Award for the ADOT US 89 Reconstruction CMAR Project (2016)
  • Arizona Associated General Contractors Build Arizona Award for the Gila River Indian Community Sacaton Road Bridge CM/GC Project (2016)
  • Ranked No 1 Heavy-Highway Contractor in AZ by Arizona Business Magazine's Ranking Arizona each year for the past seventeen years (1999-2016)
  • AZ Transportation Partnering Excellence Award for ADOT 89 Slide Reconstruction CMAR (2015)
  • ENR Best Project Award in the Roads and Bridges category for the ADOT US 89 Reconstruction CMAR Project (2015)
  • ENR Safety Award for the ADOT US 89 Reconstruction CMAR Project (2015)
  • Arizona Corporate Excellence (ACE) #17 Privately Held Company in Arizona (2015)
  • NAPA Quality in Construction Award for the ADOT US 89T Detour CMAR Project (2015)
  • ENR Best Project Award in the Roads and Bridges category for the ADOT US 89T Detour CMAR Project (2014)
  • ADOT DBE Prime Contractor Construction Champion for efforts in supporting the ADOT DBE Program (2014)
  • Arizona Transportation Partnering Excellence Award for the ADOT US 89T Detour CMAR project (2013)
  • Arizona Transportation Partnering Excellence Award for the ADOT US 93 Deluge Wash to Wagon Bow Wash Project (2012)
  • National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP) Environmental Excellence Award in the conservation category for the ADOT US 93 Hoover Dam to MP 17 (2012)
  • National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) Quality in Construction Award for the ADOT I-10 San Simon project (2012)
  • AZ Transportation Partnering Excellence Award for ADOT US 93 Hoover Dam - MP 17 (2011)
  • Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Exemplary Ecosystem Initiative (EEI) Award for the ADOT US 93 Hoover Dam to MP 17 project (2011)
  • ADOT DBE Prime Contractor Construction Champion for efforts in supporting the ADOT DBE Program (2011)
  • American Public Works Association (APWA) - Arizona Chapter Project of the Year Award for the ADOT US 93 Hoover Dam to MP 17 project (2011)
  • Environmental Excellence Award from the ADOT Kingman District for dedication to environmental awareness on the US 93 Hoover Dam-MP Project (2010)
  • Community Excellence Award from the Arizona Rock Products Association (2010)
  • National Asphalt Pavement Association's Quality in Construction Award for excellence in asphalt pavements on the ADOT Yuma Area Service Highway SR 195 project (2010)
  • New Mexico Department of Transportation State Construction Bureau’s Statewide Pavement Smoothness Award for 5 separate projects:

I-40 Manuelito, MP 4.9 to 7.9 (2015)
US 285 Taos County Project (2010)
I-25 Hatch Project in Dona Ana County (2009)
I-10 Lordsburg Project in Grant and Luna Counties (2007)
I-40 Mesita Project in Cibola County (2007)
I-40 Mesita Project in Cibola County (2007)

  • AZ Transportation Partnering Excellence Award for ADOT I-8 Mohawk Canal (2008)
  • AZ Transportation Partnering Excellence Award for ADOT US 60 Widening Gilbert to Power (2008)
  • AZ Transportation Partnering Excellence Award for ADOT Andy Devine T.I. (2006)
  • Occupational Excellence Achievement Award from the National Safety Council for having a lost workday incident rate that is less than 50% of the BLS rating (2009)
  • ADOT’s Partnering Through Diversity Award for Large Contractor of the year. Contractors are recognized based on their working relationships with DBE companies. (2006)
  •  Excellence in Highway Design Award in the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Category for the New Mexico US 84/285 corridor project. FNF teamed with NMDOT to find new ways to preserve and protect the natural resources of the area, including the conservation of mature Pinon pine trees. This award also recognizes the aesthetics of the corridor which include artwork designed by local artists. (2006)
  • Community Leader Finalist Corporate Volunteerism award from the Volunteer Center of Maricopa County recognizing FNF for our exemplary charitable volunteering.  FNF is actively involved in the betterment of the communities in which we work.  Some of FNF’s charities include the City of Hope, Breast Cancer Fund, Junior Achievement, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, and the Boys and Girls Clubs of the East Valley.  FNF also received Valentines for Life Award from United Blood Services for having 30% or more participation in our blood drives. (2006)
  • Sheldon G. Hayes highest quality in asphalt paving award from the National Asphalt Pavement Association for the I-40, Two Guns project. The Sheldon G. Hayes Award is a national award given to a contractor whose paving project shows exemplary quality. (2005)
  • Marvin M. Black Partnering Award for SR 95 Lake Havasu Project (2005)
  • Southwest Contractor named FNF Project Manager, Bruce Victory, its Project Manager of the Year. Bruce has gained recognition throughout the industry for tackling difficult projects and completing them ahead of schedule and on budget. Bruce was the Project Manager on the FNF U.S. 84 / 285 and the 991 Old Pecos projects in Santa Fe, New Mexico. (2005)
  • Outstanding Asphalt -Rubber Project Awar" for the Two Guns ADOT project, located on 1-40 in Northern Arizona (2004)
  • Associated General Contractor’s Build Arizona Excellence in Construction Award for ADOT’s Cornville to Sedona project located on Highway 89A. (2003)
  • Numerous Certificates of Honor from the Joseph A. Holmes Safety Association for working without incurring a lost workday injury. (2002-2009)
  • APWA Public Works Project of the Year for the Jerome Historical Park Improvements Project. (2001)
  • FHWA Outstanding Performance Award for working over 2,500,000 hours without a single work zone accident on the New Mexico SR 44 Project. (2001)
  • Numerous monthly Segment Safety Awards for having the segment with the best overall safety performance on the New Mexico SR 44 project. (2000/2001)
  • FHWA Environmental Excellence Award for Excellence in Wetlands & other Ecosystems for the SR 87 Project. (1999)

 

Affiliations:

FNF is proud to support the following industry affiliations:

  • Associated General Contractors (AGC)
  • National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA)
  • Arizona Rock Products Association (ARPA)
  • American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO)
  • Arizona Mining and Industry Get Our Support (AMIGOS)
  • Asphalt Pavement Association (APA)
  • American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC)
  • California Asphalt Association (CAPA)
  • Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA)
  • ASU’s Alliance for Construction Excellence (ACE)
  • East Valley Partnership (EVP)
  • Rubber Pavements Association (RPA)