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National Awards Deadline Nearly Here!

AGC Alliant Build America AwardsThe AGC/Alliant Build America Awards honor AGC of America members who build the nation’s most impressive construction projects ranging across the building, highway and transportation, municipal and utilities, and federal and heavy divisions. The 2014 Alliant Build America competition is still accepting entries from member companies in good standing. Click here to begin your submission. Winners will excel in the following areas:

  • state–of–the–art advancement
  • project management
  • innovation in construction techniques or materials
  • safety record
  • client service
  • community relations
  • environmental sensitivity
  • partnering excellence

Recipients of the Build America Awards, selected by contractors, have demonstrated the very best when it comes to building a better America and exemplifying AGCA’s motto, Quality People. Quality Projects. Member companies are encouraged to submit multiple entries. The deadline for all submissions is Friday, November 1, 2013 at 11:59 PM ET. Winners will be announced at AGC of America’s 95th Annual Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, next March.

For more information, visit the Alliant Build America Awards page or contact Elisa Brewer Pratt, 703-837-5343.

[hr]New Partnering Excellence Category

The Alliant Build America Awards have always showcased the best of construction.

To evolve its showcase, the 2014 Alliant Build America Awards will now include a “Partnering Excellence” category to recognize those projects best epitomizing the principles of partnering. We encourage all those looking to apply for a partnering award to apply through this new Build America category.

Click here to apply and choose the AGC Build America Marvin M. Black Partnering Competition.

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