Subcontractors Trade Association Awards Dinner - April 11
New York, NY The Subcontractors Trade Association (STA) will host the 50th Annual Construction Awards Dinner on Thursday, April 11 at the Grand Hyatt located at 109 East 42nd St. in Midtown Manhattan, honoring the construction industry’s top leaders, innovators and visionaries. Individual tickets and tables may be purchased here.
“We are proud to honor some of the brightest leaders who have created positive industry-wide change and improvement through the important work they have done,” said Hank Kita, executive director of Subcontractors Trade Association. “The 50th Annual Construction Awards Dinner will support STA’s mission to engage, educate and promote unionized subcontractors throughout the construction industry.”
This year’s recipient of the Silver Shovel Award is David Rothstein, an executive vice president of construction at Extell Development, one of New York City’s most prominent developers for his positive contributions to the New York real estate market and overall industry excellence.
Honorees include Ralph Esposito of Lendlease as Builder of the Year; Lorraine Grillo of NYC Department of Design and Construction and NYC School Construction Authority as Public Official of the Year; Robert Walsh of Ironworkers Local Union No. 40 as Labor Leader of the Year; Robert J. Ansbro of Eagle One Roofing Contractors, Inc. who has been honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award; and Robert Weiss of A.J. McNulty & Co. Inc., who has earned the Ronald Berger Subcontractor of the Year.
The STA will also be honoring the industry’s emerging young professionals for the first time in the association’s history. Spearheaded by its Young Professionals Committee, the Young Professionals Award is designed to honor 20 rising stars who are innovators and gamechangers in the building and professional services industries.
The Subcontractors Trade Association is New York’s leading association of union subcontractors. STA is your advocate to improve and enhance your economic position in New York’s complex and changing construction industry. STA represents its members in dealing with the public agencies, authorities and private developers. STA’s philosophy centers on dispute resolution without the need for litigation, and the association has served its members for over 50 years in this area.