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Designer of the Year Award Bestowed on Craig Saunders

Craig Saunders

(l-r) Craig Saunders receives the award from Thomas Giardini, president of The Associated Construction Company and president of AGCCT.

Plantsville, CT – The Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Connecticut selected Craig Saunders, AIA, LEED AP, as the 2014 Designer of the Year.

In its 10th annual event held October 15 at the Aqua Turf in Plantsville, Saunders was honored alongside many of his construction industry peers.

As an associate principal at Tecton Architects, Saunders has been involved in many outstanding projects across Connecticut, notably the Sport & Medical Sciences Academy High School, Loomis Chaffee School Richmond Hall, and the historic renovation of Noah Webster Elementary School.

He thanked the AGC in his acceptance speech, and noted that he’s been lucky enough to do what he loves for over four decades. He concluded with a sincere appreciation for the construction partners in the audience whose great skill and hard work have brought these ideas from design to reality.