Kirchhoff-Consigli is honored to be recognized by our industry peers and leading business organizations for the quality of our work and our dedication to the community. Here are some of our recent awards and affiliations:
AIANY Design Awards, Merit Award for Scenic Hudson’s Boat Pavilion at Long Dock Park – 2012
AIA New York’s annual Design Awards Program recognizes outstanding architectural design by New York City architects and for work in New York City. The purpose of the awards program is to honor the architects, clients, and consultants who work together to achieve design excellence.
Scenic Hudson’s Boat Pavilion at Long Dock Park, built by Kirchhoff-Consigli received this year’s Merit Award.
A former brownfield once littered with tons of debris now boasts a 2,700-square-foot painted steel boathouse on the bank of the Hudson River within a new 15-acre park. The roof is a horizontal plane of corrugated steel that parallels a large sustainable-wood deck from which boats launch. Secure storage for up to 64 kayaks and canoes, a changing room, and a storage area are enclosed by aluminum bar grating panels. Hidden from view, photovoltaic cells on the roof power lights for the pavilion and the park while feeding power back into the grid.
Architect: Architectural Resource Office (ARO) Client: Scenic Hudson Construction Manager: Kirchhoff-Consigli
AGC Build NY Award, Honorable Mention for Marist College’s Hancock Center- 2011
The Jeffrey J. Zogg Build New York Awards program was developed as a way to highlight the positive impact of the construction industry in New York State involving building and heavy/highway construction. In 2011, Kirchhoff-Consigli’s recently completed Hancock Center for Emerging Technology at Marist College received an Honorable Mention.
The Build New York Award winners are selected based on outstanding managing skills, imagination, overcoming challenging and unusual circumstances, scheduling accomplishments and project innovation by the contractor/manager and the entire project team including the project owner, architect, subcontractors and suppliers. All project entries were reviewed and judged by a 12-member jury of industry peers.
The team was honored at the AGC NYS Construction Industry Conference this December in Saratoga Springs, NY.
Pattern for Progress, Economic Development Award- 2011
Pattern for Progress feted nine individuals or organizations at its annual reception spotlighting regional approaches to solving problems. Joseph Kirchhoff, CEO of Kirchhoff Consigli Construction Management in Pleasant Valley, was among the honorees.
Palladio Award for New Construction – 2009
The Millbrook School Math & Science Center received the Palladio Award for New Construction less than 30,000 sf presented by Traditional Building Magazine. Kirchhoff built the award winning education center, designed by Voith MacTavish Architects.
Business Person of the Year – 2009
Joseph T. Kirchhoff, CEO of Kirchhoff-Consigli was awarded Poughkeepsie Journal’s Business Person of the Year in 2009 for his years of outstanding leadership and community service.
Business Excellence Grand Award – 2007
In 2007, Kirchhoff Construction received perhaps the highest local honor – Dutchess County Economic Development Corporation’s Business Excellence Grand Award.
Green Achievement Award – Commercial Category – 2007
County Executive Bill Steinhaus’s Green Achievement Award – Commercial Category for its commercial office renovation in Pleasant Valley, seeking LEED Certification.
Men’s Vogue Magazine – 2005
Feature article in Men’s Vogue Magazine (Fall 2005) on the custom crafted spiral staircase made by Kirchhoff Architectural Millworks, for the Rothschild Residence’s vertical loft and how it serves as the house’s “sculptural spine”. New York, NY
Redevelopment Award – 2004
Dutchess County Planning Federation awarded Kirchhoff Construction the Redevelopment Award for Rhinebeck Savings Bank, Rhinebeck, NY. See a detailed description of this project under the corporate/retail project section.
Annual Preservation Award – 2004
Kirchhoff received the Annual Preservation Award for the restored Rhinebeck Savings Bank branch in Rhinebeck, NY presented by the Rhinebeck Historical Society.
Merit Award of Excellence (Institutional Category) – 2002
Kirchhoff earned the Merit Award of Excellence (Institutional Category) from the NAHB’s National Commercial Builders Council for the new construction of the Locust Grove Visitors Center at the Samuel Morse estate.
Feature on HGTV’s Dream Builders Series – 2002
The HGTV series “Dream Builders” featured this new private residence designed by award winning architect, Dennis Wedlick. Kirchhoff Construction provided and installed numerous custom pieces including cabinets, benches and vanities.
Merit Award of Excellence (Institutional Category) – 2001
Kirchhoff earned the Merit Award of Excellence (Institutional Category) from the NAHB’s National Commercial Builders Council for Vassar College’s Blodgett Hall Expansion and Renovation.
Best Renovators – Annual Editors’ Choice – 1999
Kirchhoff Construction received the title of Best Renovators – Annual Editors’ Choice from Hudson Valley Magazine in their ‘Best of the Hudson Valley’ edition.
Grand Award of Excellence – 1997
NAHB’s National Commercial Builders Council awarded Kirchhoff Construction the Grand Award of Excellence for renovating Vassar College’s Kautz House Admissions Office. See a detailed description of this project under administrative offices in our academic project section.
Honorable Mention for “Best Institutional Project” – 1997
Honorable Mention for “Best Institutional Project” for Vassar College’s Environmental Science Lab & Nature Center from the NAHB’s National Commercial Builders Council.