Alabama Construction News

OCT-DEC 2017

Alabama Construction News is the states only bimonthly magazine dedicated to the commercial construction industry.

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Honoring Our Past Cornerstone Winners P R E S E N T E D I N C O N J U N C T I O N W I T H A B C O F A L A B A M A John Harbert of Harbert Construction 1994 Ted C. Kennedy of BE&K, Inc 1995 Winton Blount of Blount, Inc 1996 Houston Brice of Brice Building Company 1997 M. Miller Gorrie of Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC 1998 Barry Morton of The Robins & Morton Group 1999 Bobby Keith of Hoar Construction LLC. 2000 John E. Swindal of Masonry Arts, Inc. 2001 Mr. T. Michael Goodrich of BE & K 2002 Mr. John P. Darnall, III of Brasfield & Gorrie LLC 2003 Mr. John Caddell of Caddell Construction 2004 Mr. Thomas E. Doster, III of Doster Construction 2005 Mr. Gary C. Wyatt of Gary C. Wyatt GC, LLC 2006 Mr. Bill L. Harbert of B.L. Harbert International 2007 Larry Argo, Marathon Electrical Contractors 2008 Charles McCrary, Alabama Power 2009 James S. M. French of Dunn Investment Company 2010 Rob Burton of Hoar Construction, LLC 2011 Jim Rein of BL Harbert International 2012 Danny Rodgers of Dunn Investment Company 2013 Jim Gorrie of Brasfield & Gorrie 2014 Mike Thompson of Thompson Tractor Company 2015 Gerald Acker of Acker Electric and Jim Early of Early Services 2016 about," Morton said. "ABC does a great job of representing the industry, both at the local and national levels. And they also do a great job of addressing the needs of the member companies. We really believe it's important to be a member and get involved to do our part." Robins & Morton is certainly doing its part with ABC of Alabama, as numerous employees throughout the years have served—and continue to serve— alongside ABC of Alabama staff and members. "One of my first member visits 21 years ago was to Robins & Morton's office, and at that point the company had over 10 people listed as active with our association," said Jay Reed, ABC of Alabama president. "This was simply because of Bill Morton's commitment to the construction industry and our association. Bill is sincerely concerned with doing whatever it takes to make the industry better. The construction industry and our association are both better because of Bill Morton consistently helping provide our association the resources needed to advance our industry." Axel Bolvig III, a partner at Bradley, echoes Reed's thoughts about Morton's dedication to the industry. "Bill's dedication is reflected in the culture at Robins & Morton. His work has inspired Robins & Morton employees to seek involvement in charities, volunteer organizations and in community outreach programs. At Robins & Morton, they call that 'Giving with Purpose.' The construction communities in Birmingham, in Alabama and across the country are stronger today because of Bill's leadership. We are fortunate to have someone like him among us."

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