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ABC of Alabama Recognizes Brasfield & Gorrie, CEO

During an awards ceremony, Brasfield & Gorrie CEO Jim Gorrie received the organization's highest individual honor, the Cornerstone Award.

Tue November 11, 2014 - Southeast Edition
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Brasfield & Gorrie announced that the company and its chief executive officer have been honored by the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Alabama.

During an awards ceremony, Brasfield & Gorrie CEO Jim Gorrie received the organization’s highest individual honor, the Cornerstone Award.

“Each year ABC of Alabama and Alabama Construction News pause to recognize one individual who has made a positive impact on the commercial construction industry in Alabama,” said Jay Reed, president, ABC Alabama. “The commitment to excellence, workforce development and community involvement demonstrated by Jim and his team make him an ideal recipient. I can truly say our industry and our association are better because of Jim Gorrie and Brasfield & Gorrie, which is now in its 50th year of operation.’”

“ABC of Alabama is honored to present Jim Gorrie with our highest level of recognition,” said Tim Hightower, ABC Alabama board chairman. “Jim and his firm have consistently played an instrumental role in ensuring that our association and our industry have what we need to succeed. Without exception, Jim and his team step up readily any time they are called upon to assist. The commercial construction industry in Alabama is seen as a major player worldwide, and Brasfield & Gorrie is certainly one of the key players on the field.”

Past recipients of the prestigious Cornerstone award include two Brasfield & Gorrie founders, Miller Gorrie and John Darnall.

During the ceremony, ABC of Alabama also honored Brasfield & Gorrie with eight Excellence in Construction awards, including five Obelisk Awards and three Merit Awards.

The five projects honored with Obelisk Awards include Memorial Hospital Expansion in Chattanooga, Tenn.; Louisiana State University Tiger Stadium South End Zone Expansion in Baton Rouge, La.; Dodson Chapel Equalization Tanks and Wastewater Pump Station in Nashville, Tenn.; Kimberly Hampton Primary School in Fort Bragg, N.C.; and Cheyenne Prairie Generating Station in Cheyenne, Wyo.

The three projects honored with Merit Awards include C Spire Systems Operation Center in Starkville, Miss.; Alabama Media Group in Birmingham, Ala.; and the St. Vincent Medical Center Northeast Inpatient Expansion in Fishers, Ind.

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