This year, Nickle Electrical was presented with four Excellence in Construction Awards: two from the Associated Builders and Contractors Delaware Chapter, one from the Associated Builders and Contractors Chesapeake Shores Chapter, and one from the Delaware Contractors Association.
The Optical Science Center of Applied Research project was a new 28,090-square-foot lab built on the Delaware State University campus in Dover, DE to further the education of students interested in the optical sciences. This project won an excellence award from the ABC Delaware Chapter.
The new 20,000-square-foot performing arts center at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center in Ocean City, MD includes a 1,200-seat auditorium, a stage, two levels of fixed seating, an
orchestra pit, dressing rooms, concession area, and box office. This project won an excellence award from the ABC Delaware Chapter and another from the ABC Chesapeake Shores Chapter.
The Kalmar Nyckel Foundation’s new Copeland Maritime Center totals 21,360-square-feet. The first floor has areas committed to making improvements or repairs to the Kalmar Nyckel ship, while the second floor houses a scale model of the ship, and
the third floor has offices for staff and volunteers. This project won an excellence award from the Delaware Contractors Association.
“Congratulations to all employees involved with the award-winning projects,” said Nickle President/CEO Steve Dignan. “You’ve all worked very hard and these accolades are well-deserved.”
Nickle now holds a total of 35 Excellence in Construction Awards. The honors were presented at various celebration dinners across Delaware and the Eastern Shore of Maryland.