Gilbane Building Company Receives Prestigious Industry Awards
Gilbane Building Company, a New England Council member, was recently recognized by the Associated General Contractors (AGC) with top awards. The company received three AGC Alliant Build America Awards for Project Excellence as well as first place recognition for safety in construction management.
Gilbane received project excellence awards for work it did on the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, NY; Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, NY; and the Ministry of Defense Headquarters in Kabul, Afghanistan. Although the projects varied in size and scope, Gilbane’s commitment to meeting clients’ needs and delivering top-quality buildings ensured that all three were the best they could be. The awards recognize projects that are successful on a variety of fronts, including excellence in state-of-the-art advancement, project management, innovation, client service, and safety.
“These distinguished awards … recognize the highest achievements in construction for state-of-the-art advancement, outstanding project management and innovative construction techniques. Recipients of the Alliant Build America Awards have demonstrated construction excellence and are building a better world and improving our quality of life. Each project reflects the crucial combination of contractor excellence with talented workers and quality safety programs,” said Peter Arkley, President of the company that sponsored the awards.
Founded in 1873, Gilbane Building Company is a sixth generation family owned business. Today, Gilbane has more than 50 offices serving clients in over 15 countries around the world. The New England Council congratulates Gilbane on receiving the prestigious awards.
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