Laura Black

Naperville, Ill. — October 26, 2020— Innovation is at work in the construction industry. Today, Constructech announces the 2020 Vision Awards Finalists.

The Constructech Vision Awards honor construction companies that have realized the advantages of where construction and technology converge and how they can successfully apply it to their everyday businesses. These awards are for construction companies that have done something innovative with technology.

Companies can nominate in a number of different categories including residential, commercial, trades, corporate owners, and more.

The 2020 Vision Awards Finalists are:

  • Alcorn Fence Co.
  • Bear Construction Co.
  • Compass Datacenters
  • Gray
  • Herzog
  • M.J. Harris Construction Services
  • Miller Brothers Construction
  • Power Design
  • Robins and Morton
  • Rosendin
  • Suffolk-Yates Joint Venture
  • Turner Industries

“The Constructech Vision Awards have set the standard for innovation in the construction industry for more than 20 years,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director of Constructech and president of Specialty Publishing Media. “We are not going to let COVID put a damper on celebrating the success of any company this year either. We are eager to unveil which company takes home the gold, silver, and bronze awards at our first ever virtual event in November.”

Now that the finalists have been announced, the gold, silver, and bronze 2020 Vision Awards winners will be revealed in their categories at a virtual event, on Friday, November 13 at 5:30 pm CT, following the closing of the annual Technology Days conference. All are welcome to attend!

This year’s winners were selected by a group of industry experts based on the project to solve a challenge with the use of technology, looking at the ROI (return on investment), among other things, as part of the solution.

A special thank you to this year’s judges:
Christian Burger, Burger Consulting Group
Daniel Castro-Lacouture, Georgia Tech
Mark Federle, Marquette University
Pietro Ferrari, George Brown College
Carol Hagen, Hagen Business Solutions
Dryver Huston, University of Vermont
Julian Kang, Texas A&M University
Jim Kissane, industry expert
Anoop Sattineni, Auburn University
Bill White, IUPUI

In addition to honoring builders and contractors, Constructech will also recognize the hardware and software suppliers that have enabled the construction company for each project.

To join the virtual gala and see live, who takes home the gold, silver, and bronze, register to attend the celebration at

About Constructech magazine
Constructech, fierce advocates for construction, connects people, equipment, technology, and data. Constructech leads contractors and builders in today’s digital transformation by leveraging information and emerging technologies, connected equipment, and must-have tools at the jobsite.

About Constructech Technology Days
Technology Days 2020 plays a pivotal role in driving sustainability, carbon reduction, resiliency, and the circular economy that many companies need to execute. Companies of all sizes can deploy project development and delivery to procure IoT technology and more, to develop, manufacture, design, and build the infrastructure of the future.