Honolulu District’s Tim Phillips named 2020 USACE Construction Management Excellence Award winner
Honolulu District's Tim Phillips, Area Engineer, Fort Shafter Area Office, was recently selected as recipient of the 2020 Headquarters, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Construction Management Excellence (CME) award. Phillips has worked for USACE for more than 44 years, been an Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO) for 21 years, and an area engineer for 14 years. The CME is an award presented annually recognizing USACE District construction personnel who exhibit excellence in construction management and contract administration activities. This merit-based award is open to all personnel in General Schedule 0800 occupational series positions in District construction organization and programs, including military programs, civil works, hazardous, toxic and radioactive waste or environmental and support for others. Over the course of his career Phillips has provided world-class leadership and engineering solutions that continues today as the Fort Shafter area office currently is managing construction of the $500-plus million U.S. Army Pacific Command and Control Facility (C2F) at Fort Shafter. In the photo, Tim Phillips (second from left) participated in a site visit of the C2F project in March 2020 for the 54th Chief of Engineers and Commanding General of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite (center). (photo taken during an engagement prior to enforcement of COVID-19 social distancing)

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