(L-R): The Pinnacle Cranes team Ken Gamble, Jenny Pratt, Jim Mackinson, Tommy McGinnis, Mark Baker, Joe Crawford and Patrick Leatherwood with Mike Ogle, Link-Belt Cranes.
Pinnacle Cranes, a division of Carolina Tractor & Equipment Company, Charlotte, N.C., recently held a cookout at Crowder Construction Company’s offices on Brookshire Blvd. in Charlotte. The Pinnacle team cooked a lunch of hamburgers, hot dogs and sausages for all of the Crowder employees. Pinnacle wanted to show its appreciation to Crowder Construction Company for its business. Pinnacle’s goal was to reach not only the people they see on a regular basis, but also the people behind the scenes that help the company run smoothly. Bill Crowder was among the many Crowder Construction employees that attended.
Crowder is still a family-owned company under the leadership of Otis and Bill Crowder, the sons of O.P. and W.T. Crowder, since 1984. Crowder, headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., has grown to become one of the most respected general contractors in the Southeast.
Today, Crowder has expanded into a multi-division company with more than 600 full-time employees. Crowder has built major interstate highway interchanges, complex industrial processing plants and major water and wastewater treatment facilities throughout the Southeast.
O.P and W.T Crowder laid the foundation for excellence. Their mission was to build high-quality projects through integrity and commitment to their customer’s satisfaction. Today, those high standards remain the foundation of our Company.
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