Crossland Heavy Contractors Receives Excellence In Construction Awards
6 March, 2018
Hot Springs, Arkansas – Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Arkansas announced that Crossland Heavy Contractors’ work on the War Eagle Bridge Rehabilitation, CO Rd 98 Over War Eagle Creek has earned the company first place in the category of Historical Restoration/Renovation: $1M to $5M and their work on the Johnson, Robinson Lane & Brush Creek Lift Station earned them first place in the category of Public Works/Environment in ABC’s Excellence in Construction awards competition. Crossland Heavy Contractors will be recognized during the annual ‘Excellence in Construction’ celebration at The Hotel Hot Springs in Hot Springs, AR. on April 7, 2018.
“ABC congratulates Crossland Heavy Contractors for their outstanding work on War Eagle Bridge Rehabilitation, CO Rd 98 Over War Eagle Creek and the Johnson, Robinson Lane & Brush Creek Lift Station,” said Bill Roachell, ABC Arkansas President. “These projects are true examples of exceptional craftsmanship and professionalism that define merit shop construction. It is an honor for the association to recognize these projects with our top construction excellence awards.”
ABC Arkansas designed the Excellence in Construction program to recognize excellent performance in the merit shop construction field. The award honors all construction team members, including the contractor, owner, architect and engineer. This year's competition was open to all construction projects completed by ABC member firms during 2017. The winning projects were selected from entries submitted from across the state and were judged on complexity, attractiveness, unique challenges overcome, completion time, workmanship, innovation, safety and cost.
The owners of these projects are Benton County, Arkansas and Springdale Water Utilities. The architectural/engineering firms used was Great River Engineering and McGoodwin, William & Yates.
A panel from the Construction Management Department of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock served as the competition’s judges.