Juneau’s David Borg is Harbormaster of the Year
Two City and Borough of Juneau employees were recently recognized at a statewide conference in Petersburg. Harbormaster David Borg received the Harbormaster of the Year award from the Alaska Association of Harbormasters and Port Administrators for being a “leader, mentor, and innovator.” The organization of municipal harbors gave Borg the top honor during its annual conference Oct. 2-6.
“Harbors are expensive to run, finicky in nature and used by several groups that don’t always have likeminded interests, yet David is judicious in his approach and oversees everything with skill, efficiency and tact. CBJ is extremely lucky to have him at Docks & Harbors,” City Manager Rorie Watt said. Borg joined Docks & Harbors as Harbormaster in March 2014.
At the same conference, Docks & Harbors’ Jennifer Shinn was honored as a 2017 Employee of the Year for being “a consummate professional and the Swiss Army knife of the administrative staff.”
Docks & Harbors facilities also rack up top awards
- The national States Organization for Boating Access gave its “2017 Outstanding Project Award” to CBJ and PND Engineers for the Statter Harbor launch ramp facility. The award is given for boating facility projects deemed innovative, useful, of high quality, unique and economical.
- Honoring CBJ and PND Engineers, the national Pile Driving Contractors Association recognizes the Downtown Juneau Floating Cruise Ship Berth project as “2017 Project of the Year.”
- Engineering News-Record Northwest awarded the Cruise Ship Berth project with “Best Airport/Transit & Excellence in Safety” and “Best Specialty Construction” within the 2017 Best Projects competition. Manson Construction Company was the general contractor.
For more information, contact Harbormaster David Borg at 586-5255 or email@example.com.