Carolina Construction Organization Recognizes Brasfield & Gorrie for Excellence in Construction

November 20, 2015

Associated Builders and Contractors Carolinas chapter honors Brasfield & Gorrie projects

Raleigh, N.C. (November 20, 2015) – Brasfield & Gorrie today announced that the company has been honored by the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Carolinas chapter.

During an awards ceremony on November 19, 2015, the company received four awards for excellence in construction.

The company received a first-place Eagle Award in recognition of its work on the new WakeMed North Family Health & Women’s Hospital in Raleigh, North Carolina. The company also received a new award recognizing the building information modeling (BIM) aspects of this project as well as a Free-Enterprise award, which recognizes the general contractor with the largest number of ABC members working on a project.MetLife-Global-Technology-Campus

In addition, Brasfield & Gorrie received a Merit Award in recognition of its work for Highwoods Properties on the new MetLife Global Technology Campus in Cary, North Carolina.

“Both of these projects reflect the outstanding contributions of our project teams, subcontractors, clients and business partners, who are integral to our success,” said Brasfield & Gorrie Regional Vice President and Division Manager Scott Duckworth.


About Brasfield & Gorrie

Founded in 1964, Brasfield & Gorrie is one of the nation’s largest privately held construction firms, providing general contracting, design-build, and construction management services for a wide variety of markets. We are skilled in construction best practices, including virtual design and construction, integrated project delivery, and lean construction, but we are best known for our preconstruction and self-perform expertise and exceptional client service. Brasfield & Gorrie has 11 offices and approximately 2,600 employees. Our 2014 revenues were $2.2 billion. Engineering News-Record ranks Brasfield & Gorrie 27th among the nation’s “Top 400 Contractors” for 2015.