California Counties Architects & Engineers Association

  • CCAEA Public Projects Awards

    Picture your project here? Submission of a project is free! CCAEA looks forward to seeing your project nominations next year---plan now. You could win!

  • 2016 Grand Award Winner

    Congratulations Yolo County! This project placed into service a solar array system that generates more power that used by Yolo County facilities and in 35-years time will also generate ~$60 million dollars in revenue. This project received the 2016 Medium County Project of the Year and the Grand Honor Award.

  • 2016 People’s Choice Award

    Congratulations Kern County! This distintive facility houses the Kern County Information Technology functions and is the reciepent of the conference attendee's People Choice Award.

  • 2016 Large County Award Winner

    Congratulations San Diego County! This project provides a new highly attractive facility for the San Diego Detention System. It is the receipent of the 2016 Large County Project of the Year Award.

  • 2016 Medium County Award Winner

    Congratulations Yolo County! This project placed into service a solar array system that generates more power that used by Yolo County facilities and in 35-years time will also generate ~$60 million dollars in revenue. This project received the 2016 Medium County Project of the Year and the Grand Honor Award.

  • 2016 Small County Award Winner

    Congratulations Siskiyou County! This project combinds multiple agency transit operations for the benefit of the travling public and is the 2016 recieptant of the Small County Project of the Year Award.

  • SBCH-Spirit of the Ocean Fountain

    The replacement of the1926 sandstone statue at the Santa Barbara Courthouse was considered amoug the largest statue carving projects in the state at the time. It continues to draw visitors to the building from around the world.

  • Kern County–Leroy Jackson Park

    Inclusion of art inspired by native american motifs brings this park forward with interest and visual pleasure and fits well into the hostile environment of the desert.