Pinnacle Cranes Hosts Appreciation Event for Blythe Construction Co.
The day’s chefs from Pinnacle Cranes (L-R) are Tommy McGinnis, Joe Crawford, Ray Mullis, Ken Gamble, Mark Baker, Johnie Alexander, Patrick Leatherwood, Jenny Pratt and Jim Mackinson.
Mark Baker (L) was multi-tasking beautifully by helping a customer over the phone and cooking the hotdogs. Meanwhile, Tommy McGinnis cooked the burgers to perfection.
Josh Tombelin (R) reaches for his favorites to make his lunch perfect.
The Blythe Construction crew was very grateful to the people at Pinnacle Cranes who prepared their lunch.
Ray Mullis (L), Pinnacle Cranes, talks with Charlie Killough, Blythe Construction Company, operator of the Link-Belt LB238HSL; and Arthur King, Blythe Construction Company, operator of the Link-Belt 218HSL.
Ronnie Melker (L), project engineer, and Gerald McMahon, project superintendent, Blythe Construction Inc., go over a few job details before they eat their lunch.
On Nov. 20 Pinnacle Cranes, a division of Carolina Tractor, held a customer appreciation lunch for the entire crew working on Blythe Construction Company’s I-485 Charlotte, N.C., outer loop extension. The event was held at the field office trailer area of the Blythe project.
Pinnacle Cranes wanted to thank the people at Blythe Construction Company for their business and felt preparing lunch for them a few days before Thanksgiving was appropriate. The lunch consisted of hamburgers, hotdogs, all the fixins, cookies, chips and all the Coca-Cola anyone needed.