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ASAC Hosts 26th Annual Construction Industry Awards

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The American Subcontractors Association of Colorado held its Annual Awards Program at the Arvada Center for the Performing Arts on Oct. 9.

Each year ASAC members select a person to receive the associationís Member Choice Award. This yearís recipient was Bob Kinning of Expert Mechanical Services Inc., Englewood, and chair of the ASAC Awards Program Committee.

Kinning has worked over the last few years to develop an awards program unique to the industry. Kinning has served and continues to serve ASAC on the board of directors, as board president/past president and on a variety of committees. Winners of the ASAC 26th Annual Awards Program included:

2010 Architect of the Year

RNL Design

2010 General Contractor of the Year

Up to $10 Million CategoryHimmelman Construction

2010 General Contractor of the Year

$10-$50 MillionW.E. O’Neil Construction

2010 General Contractor of the Year

$50-$100 MillionGolden Triangle Construction

2010 General Contractor of the Year

Over $100 MillionThe Weitz Co.

2010 Subcontractor of the Year

Up to $2 MillionBH Waterproofing Inc.

2010 Subcontractor of the Year

$2-$4 MillionAbsolute Caulking & Waterproofing Inc.

2010 Subcontractor of the Year

$4-$7 MillionDiamond Excavating Inc.

2010 Subcontractor of the Year

Over $7 MillionFrontier Mechanical Inc.

2010 Associate of the Year

Kirsch Insurance Solutions

 

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