Stephanie Schmidt, ABC National Chair of the Board of Directors, presents Jeff Brindley with the Pyramid Award for National Excellence in Construction for the Legends Restaurant project.
Two Brindley Construction projects were honored at the 32nd Annual Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC) Excellence in Construction Awards ceremony held at the 2022 ABC National Convention in San Antonio, Texas.
Wolf Gap Education Center in Pulaski, Tennessee received the Eagle Award in the Pre-Engineered Building category, as well as the ABC National Design-Build Award. Legends Restaurant in Columbia, Tennessee received the Pyramid Award for National Excellence in Construction in the Renovation Up To $5 Million category.
At the awards ceremony, ABC honored the year’s most outstanding construction projects and contractors for remarkable achievements in quality, leadership, safety, innovation and inclusion, diversity, and equity. Each project was judged by leaders in the construction industry, with every award winner being recognized for the skill and creativity of the entire team responsible for an outstanding merit shop construction project. The award recipients also exceeded expectations in innovation and quality while continuing to adapt to unprecedented health and safety protocols.
The Brindley team could not have completed these projects without the amazing teams and owners, including architects Emmett Smith for Wolf Gap and George Nuber for Legends Steakhouse.
Recently, Legends Steakhouse and Wolf Gap Education Center both won Excellence in Construction Awards at our local ABC chapters. Legends Steakhouse also won the 2021 Project of the Year for the Northern Alabama ABC Chapter.
The Brindley Construction team is thrilled to have both of these great projects acknowledged on the local and national stage!