▪ CMTA Consulting Engineers has two employees on this year’s Consulting-Specifying Engineer’s 40 Under 40 list. Greg Brumagen and Sam Claxton have been named among the top 40 building industry professionals age 40 and younger who stand out in all aspects of their lives, but particularly in the nonresidential building community. To read their profiles, visit Greg Brumagen 40 Under 40 and Sam Claxton 40 Under 40.
Consulting-Specifying Engineer (Csemag.com) is a monthly publication serving the nonresidential building industry.
▪ Kentucky Medical Association Director of Advocacy Cory Meadows received the 2016 KAEPS President’s Award in recognition of “his tireless service to Kentucky physicians and their patients.” The Kentucky Academy of Eye Physicians and Surgeons presented the award during its spring meeting and scientific seminar in Louisville.
▪ Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and former President and CEO of Ford Motor Co. Alan Mulally received the Alltech Humanitarian Award and Medal of Excellence, respectively, during ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference, an event dedicated to inspiring innovation in Lexington May 22-25.
The Humanitarian Award is bestowed annually to someone of strong character, who uses their accomplishments to positively influence and inspire other people. Wozniak is currently the chief scientist at Primary Data and the author of the New York Times best-selling autobiography “iWoz: From Computer Geek to Culture Icon.”
Mulally is the recipient of the Alltech 2016 Medal of Excellence for his ability to create a strong team focused on a single objective that led to the resurrection of one of the all-time great brands: Ford. The Medal of Excellence is Alltech’s highest distinction, awarded annually to someone of great achievement and character.
Mulally led Ford's transformation into the number-one automobile brand in the United States. He guided the company through implementation of the One Ford plan, a compelling vision and comprehensive strategy to deliver profitable growth for all of the company's stakeholders.
▪ Associations International has been awarded re-accreditation by AMC Institute, the global trade association representing the Association Management industry.
Among 500-plus Association Management Cos. worldwide, only 81 have achieved AMC Institute Accreditation, demonstrating the commitment and the ability to deliver the highest level of professional management services to association and not-for-profit clients. These AMCs are the recognized choice of association and not-for- profit organizations.
Association Management Cos. specialize in managing associations and not-for- profit organizations, providing leadership and professional management services through experienced staff, best practices and shared resources.
▪ Becker’s Hospital Review has named Baptist Health Lexington to its 2016 edition of its list of 100 Great Hospitals in America. The hospital is the only medical facility from Kentucky to make the list.
The Becker’s Hospital Review editorial team selected hospitals for this list based on rankings and awards from numerous reputable sources, including U.S. News & World Report, Truven Health Analytics, Healthgrades, the American Nurses Credentialing Center and The Leapfrog Group, among other resources.
▪ The International Council of Shopping Centers has named Fayette Mall as a Gold Award winner in the Traditional Marketing category in its 2016 U.S. MAXI Awards, which highlight the retail real estate industry’s most innovative events, programs and technologies that added value to shopping centers across the country.
Fayette Mall was recognized for its “Savvy Shopper” fashion segments on ABC-WTVQ. The “Savvy Shopper,” now in its third year of production, has featured more than 100 retailers at Fayette Mall and created more than 10 million advertising impressions.
▪ Hospice of the Bluegrass has been named a 2016 Hospice Honors recipient by HEALTHCAREfirst and Deyta Analytics. Hospice Honors recognizes hospices that provide the highest level of quality as measured from the caregiver’s point of view.