Whitley Manufacturing Honored at Modular Building Institute Convention In Orlando

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Whitley Manufacturing was honored with eight awards, including one first place finish, at the recent Modular Building Institute convention in Orlando, Florida.

Whitley Manufacturing, nationally headquartered in South Whitley, Indiana, was honored with eight awards, including one first place finish, at the recent Modular Building Institute convention in Orlando, Florida. Whitley, which operates factories in South Whitley and Rochester, Indiana, as well as Seattle, Washington, was nominated in eleven categories, winning in eight.

“We are proud to be recognized again at MBI,” according to Simon Dragan, company president. “We pride ourselves on listening carefully to the goals of our customers, on building innovative structures, on excellent customer service and on baking our product with quality service and a thorough warranty. We are glad our peers recognized our commitment to quality.”

Whitley manufactures custom buildings for education, health care, the military, commerce and science, ranging from classrooms, schools, clinics, dormitories, press boxes and offices, to MRI clinics, dialysis centers, airport terminals and bank buildings. The company has been operating since 1945, forming first to provide housing for returning veterans of World War Two. It transitioned to a manufacturer of commercial modular structures in 1971 and has consistently won numerous awards at MBI conventions. Whitley, which is privately held and locally operated, will reach a milestone in the coming weeks when it builds its 35,000th unit. Whitley employs 300 people nationwide. Information about the company and its products can be found at http://www.whitleyman.com.

The Modular Building Institute is the trade association formed of builders, suppliers and distributors that oversees the development and improvement of modular construction worldwide.

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