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Milender White Construction Hosts Subcontractor/Vendor Appreciation Party

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Milender White Construction Co., an Arvada-based general contractor, recently threw an appreciation party for its subcontractors and suppliers to show MWCC’s appreciation for their help with jobsite safety, value engineering, innovative project solutions and other successes.

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Milender White Construction Co., an Arvada-based general contractor, recently threw an appreciation party for its subcontractors and suppliers. Four MWCC executives present the Hall of Fame Award to Eric Schultz, Schultz Industries. Left to right: Bryon White, president & CEO of Milender White Construction Co.; Mike Milender, MWCC co-founder & executive vice president; Eric Schultz, Hall of Fame recipient and president of Schultz Industries; Shane Fobes, MWCC senior vice president of Milender White Construction Co.; and Darren Hinton, MWCC senior vice president.
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Bryon White, CEO and president of MWCC, led a ceremony to recognize the following companies with football-themed awards.

• Hall of Fame – Schultz Industries Inc.

• Most Valuable Partner – Diversified Builders Inc.

• Most Valuable Partner – RB Interior Trim

• All Star – United Builders Services Inc.

• All Star – Greiner Electric

• All Star – Hillen Corp.

• All Star – Big Horn Plastering Inc.

• All Star – SBSA Investigative Engineers

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