PMI Announces 2014 Professional Awards Winners at Global Congress in Phoenix



27 October 2014 – Phoenix, AZ, USA – The Project Management Institute (PMI®) has announced the recipients of its 2014 Professional Awards at its annual gala preceding PMI® Global Congress 2014—North America. Since 1974, the PMI Professional Awards Program has honored practitioners who achieve the highest standards of performance in project management and make a lasting impact in their field.

141027-pmwj28-2014-professional-awards-LOGO“Every year, PMI has the privilege of celebrating the best and brightest in the field of project management,” said Mark A. Langley, president and CEO of PMI. “We congratulate all the recipients on their achievements, and take inspiration from their significant contributions to the profession.”

The 2014 PMI Professional Awards recipients are:

PMI Project of the Year Award

  • AP60 Phase I: Rio Tinto Alcan/SNC–Lavalin/Hatch Joint Venture (winner)
  • Energy Systems Integration Facility Design-Build Project – National Renewable Energy Laboratory (finalist)
  • Access Health CT (finalist)

PMI Community Advancement Through Project Management Award

  • Jessica Berrada, PMP
  • Dell PM4LIFE

PMI Continuing Professional Education Product of the Year Award

  • Scrum Droid

PMI Continuing Professional Education Provider of the Year Award

  • IBM Project Management Skills Acceleration Program

PMI Eric Jenett Project Management Excellence Award

  • Ginger Levin, DPA, PMP, PgMP, OPM3 Certified Professional
  • Michel Thiry, PhD, PMP, PMI Fellow

PMI Distinguished Contribution Award

  • Walter Ginevri, PMI-ACP, PMI-PBA, PMP, PgMP, PfMP, PMI Fellow
  • Anca Sluşanschi, PMP

PMI Award for Project Excellence

  • CLP Power for Achieving Sustainability with Effective Project Management: myEnergy Programme (Asia Pacific Region)
  • Padrones 2013 – Republica Argentina (Latin America Region)
  • Kleinfelder for Kleinfelder ERP Platform Replacement (North America Region)
  • Du Boisé Library (North America Region)

PMI is the world’s largest non-profit member-based project management association, representing more than 650,000 practitioners in more than 185 countries. PMI advances the project management profession through global standards, credentials, chapters, virtual communities, academic research, events and publications. For more information, visit http://www.pmi.org/, www.facebook.com/PMInstitute, and on Twitter @PMInstitute.

Source: Project Management Institute