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ASA Midwest Council Names Winners at Annual Awards Gala

Fri April 27, 2012 - Midwest Edition
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The American Subcontractors Association (ASA) Midwest Council announced award winners at its 19th Annual Awards Gala, April 14, at the Four Seasons Hotel in downtown St. Louis.

The four categories for awards were General Contractor of the Year, Outstanding MEP Subcontractor, Outstanding Specialty Subcontractor, and new this year, Service Provider/Vendor of the Year. The ASA Midwest Council also awarded special safety awards to qualifying ASA members who have achieved work safety excellence.

This year’s winners were:

• General Contractor of the Year

Category A (more than $50 million sales volume)

Alberici Constructors Inc.

Category B ($20 to $50 million sales volume)

Rhodey Construction Inc.

Category C (under $20 million sales volume)

Sitelines Inc.

• Outstanding MEP Subcontractor

Category A (more than $11 million sales volume)

C.E. Jarrell Contracting

Category B (less than $11 million sales volume)

Duct Systems

• Outstanding Specialty Subcontractor

Category A (more than $11 million sales volume)

Vee-Jay Cement Contracting

Category B (less than $11 million sales volume)

Affton Fabricating & Welding

• Service Provider/Vendor of the Year

Frost Electric

• Safety Award Winners

Division I — Murphy Company

Division II — C.E. Jarrell Contracting Company

Division III — Satellite Shelters, Midwest Service Group

Division IV — K & D Countertops, Professional Installers Inc.

Division V — Hoette Concrete Construction Co.

DivisionVI — American Steel Fabrication, Swanson Masonry Inc.

“I would like to congratulate all of this year’s award winners and thank everyone for their participation in this year’s event. The ASA Midwest Council’s Annual Awards Gala continues to showcase collaboration and successful relationships between owners, general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers,” said ASA Midwest Council President AJ Ford.

General contractors were nominated based on bid ethics practice, equitable contract/purchase order provisions, safety policy and practices, payment practices, jobsite supervision, scheduling coordination, subcontractor/vendor relations and administrative procedures/paperwork.

Subcontractors were judged on bid ethics and practice, safety policy and practices, jobsite supervision, communication, scheduling coordination, project relations, administrative procedures/paperwork and quality workmanship. The vendor/service providers were nominated based on pricing consistency, equitable contract/purchase order provisions, accessibility, timeliness of service/delivery, customer relations and administrative procedures.

The general contractor and subcontractor categories were divided into sub-categories based on sales volume (General Contractors: A= more than $50 million, B= $20 to $50 million, C= under $20 million) (Subcontractors: A= more than $11 million, B= less than $11 million). Nominations and winners for the Service Provider/Vendor award were cast by ASA members. ASA members also cast nominations and voted on winners in the general contractors category. Past nominees and previous general contractor award winners made nominations for the subcontractor categories, which were voted on by previous general contractor winners. Ballots were weighted for each ASA member based on sales volume.

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