Firms take home BUILDMississippi awards
by MBJ Staff
Published: December 23,2013
Tags: Associated General Contractors, award, build, builder, building, construction, contractor, Craft Croswell Inc., Dan Hensarling Inc., Evan Johnson & Sons Construction, F.L. Crane & Sons Inc., Joe Magee Construction Co. Inc., N.L. Carson Construction Co., Roy Anderson Corp, T.L. Wallace Construction Inc.
BILOXI — AGC of Mississippi recently hosted its annual BUILDMississippi awards banquet to recognize some of the projects completed by its members.
The winners were as follows:
• Commercial — Roy Anderson Corp for Margaritaville Casino & Resort
• Commercial — Dan Hensarling Inc. for Pavilions @ Gulfport Small Craft Harbor
• Institutional — Evan Johnson & Sons Construction for Mississippi College Science Laboratory
• Industrial/Public Works — T.L. Wallace Construction Inc. for Cavenham Work Pad Construction
• Infrastructure — Joe McGee Construction Co. Inc. for Hogg Creek Bridge on East Metro Corridor
• Infrastructure — N.L. Carson Construction Co. Inc. for Adams County Project NH-009-01(113)
• Healthcare — Roy Anderson Corp for St. Dominic Behavioral Health Building
• Renovation — Evan Johnson & Sons Construction for University of Mississippi Lamar Hall
• Interiors — F.L. Crane & Sons Inc. for Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Hospitality & Resort Management Building
• Interiors — Craft Croswell Inc. for Belhaven Medical Office Building
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