Awards

Recognition for Expert House Movers unmatched expertise has included the coveted “Opal Award for Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement” presented by the American Society of Civil Engineers for their Cape Hatteras lighthouse move; the International Association of Structural Movers “Millennium Award” – having conducted the “Move of the Millennium;” and having set several Guinness Book of World Records including moving a lighthouse the furthest distance ever and the heaviest building relocation on wheels.

Our complete list of honors includes:

2001 – New York Construction News’ “Best of 2001” and “Award of Merit” for the Newark Airport original terminal renovation project.

2001- Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia’s “Preservation Achievement Award” for the King of Prussia Inn.

2000 - International Association of Structural Movers “Millennium Award” – having conducted the “Move of the Millennium” of the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse.

2000 -  “Opal Award for Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement” presented by the American Society of Civil Engineers, for the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse move.

2000 – SC & RA Rigging Job of the Year for the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse move.

2000 —  International Association of Structural Movers heaviest structure moved not on rubber tired dollies.

2000 - Guinness Book of World Records moving of a lighthouse the furthest distance ever for the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse move.

1999 – Guinness Book of World Records heaviest building relocation on wheels for the Schubert Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

1999 – Heritage Preservation Award for the Schubert Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

1998 – International Association of Structural Movers for moving the Gem Theater in Detroit, Michigan.

1996 – International Association of Structural Movers award for heaviest building moved for the Metcalf Gymnasium at Providence Country School in Providence, Rhode Island.

1994 – National Trust for Historic Preservation’s “National Preservation Honor Award” for the Southeast Lighthouse move in Block Island, Rhode Island.

1994 – National Trust for Historic Preservation’s “National Preservation Honor Award” for the Third Haven Quarter Meeting House in Easton, Maryland.

1993 – International Association of Structural Movers convention award as “Most Innovative Move” for the Southeast Lighthouse move in Block Island, Rhode Island.