Awards

Northern Nevada AGC PINNACLE Awards
The PINNACLE Awards recognize the “best of the best” in Northern Nevada construction projects. Martin Iron Works is the recipient of several awards in various categories:

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2012 — UNR Earthquake Lab – Meeting the Challenge of a Difficult Job – Specialty Contractor
Martin Iron Works fabricated and installed over 400 tons of structural and miscellaneous steel, 28 tons of steel joists, and 34,000 square feet of metal deck, including 90-foot long, 24 foot high tube steel trusses for the expansion of the world-renowned earthquake lab.
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2012 — Fontaine Residence – Meeting the Challenge of a Difficult Job – Specialty Contractor Division
Martin Iron Works furnished and installed structural steel framing for a 4,400 S/F house constructed on planks, on the side of a mountain. The house had 4 different roof levels with radius beams and full penetration welds. The job was erected during winter conditions, with extremely difficult access to the jobsite and with no lay-out area on-site.
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2011 — VA Correct Output Mental Health – Excellence in Client Service – Specialty Contractor Division
Martin Iron Works furnished and installed reinforcing steel, structural steel framing, miscellaneous steel, mechanical screen walls and metal deck with little or no disruption to hospital services.
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2010 – Freight House District, Phase II – Excellence in Project Manangement – AGC Specialty Contractor
Steel was one of the major components of this project. Work to be done included a large 75-foot by 95-foot clear span canopy, structural steel framing, unique handrails and exposed structural steel clock towers. Martin Iron Works-vast knowledge and experience allowed for innovative solutions that kept costs within budget.
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2010 – Heavenly Tamarack Lodge – Meeting the Challenge of a Difficult Job – AGC Specialty Contractor
Martin Iron Works faced the difficult task of meeting a shortened schedule before first snowfall. Access to the jobsite was also limited – six miles of dirt and gravel on a single-lane road that required four-wheel drive. Martin Iron Works erected the steel with exceptional care.
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2009 – Reno Aces Baseball Park – Meeting the Challenge of a Difficult Job – General Contractor Division
Martin Iron Works furnished and installed all the structural steel, scoreboard laced columns, batter’s eye framing, miles of handrails, guardrails, metal deck, foul-ball screens, fencing and gates, for a total of 912 tons of steel.
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2009 – Sparks Police Department Access Improvements – Specialty Contractor Division
Simplifying a complex job helped Martin Iron Works update and repair disabled access to the Sparks Police Department, while creating an artful interpretation of modern iron work fabrication.
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2009 – Reno Toyota Dealership – Excellence in Client Service – Specialty Contractor Division
Martin Iron Works furnished more than 2,600 embed items for the concrete, fabricated and installed more than 240 tons of structural and miscellaneous steel, and installed 59 tons of steel joists and 50,500 square feet of metal decking.
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2007 – Sierra Nevada Project- Meeting the Challenge of a Difficult Job
It took 155 tons of structural steel with extremely complex fabrication and erection, to build this 5 story residence of the side of the cliff.
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2007 – Peppermill Resort Convention Center – Excellence in Project Management
A 62,000 square foot convention center using 212 foot clear span trusses.
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2006 – Carson Tahoe Cancer Center – Meeting the Challenge of a Difficult Job
A 35,000 square foot free standing cancer center located at the Carson Tahoe Hospital campus serving South Lake Tahoe, Carson City, and surrounding cities.
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2005 – Reno ReTRAC Project – Meeting the Challenge of a Difficult Job
Nine and a half million pounds of rebar was used to create a below ground level railway through the middle of downtown Reno. Many skeptics thought this project to be impossible, but Martin Iron Works was a key member of making it a reality.
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2005 – PINNACLE Peoples’ Choice Award
Local contractors and subcontractors voted for one of their peers, who is most deserving for completion of a challenging project. (Reno ReTRAC)
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2004 – Downtown Reno Events Center – Meeting the Challenge of a Difficult Job
Extremely stringent schedule. 87,000 square-foot convention facilities. 180 foot free span trusses. Just to name a few of the challenges Martin Iron Works faced with building the Downtown Reno Events Center. Two of the challenges faced when building the 87,000 square foot Downtown Reno Events Center, were an extremely stringent schedule and 180 foot free span trusses.
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2001- Atlantis Casino Resort Spa Sky Bridge – Meeting the Challenge of a Difficult Job
The Sky Terrace stretches across Reno’s main drag, South Virginia Street, and is home to slots, a sushi restaurant and oyster bar.

Additional Awards

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2002 – SIR Award
Piero Bullentini, President of Martin Iron Works, recipient of the SIR Award (skill, integrity and responsibility)
2011 Nov – Excellence in Client Service
Northern Nevada Business Weekly
1993 AGC’s Subcontractor of the Year
1992 AGC’s Subcontractor of the Year
Martin Iron Works was a two-time, back-to-back winner of the regions’ most ethical contractor.