Centennial's Carrithers Honored by Alliance for Construction Excellence

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Centennial executive receives ACE Advance Award for his work on construction strategic support and planning.

Carrithers challenges construction community to embrace these times and move the industry forward.

He has also supported the Arizona construction community and contributed to the advancement of construction education, training and development.

David Carrithers, vice president of marketing at Centennial Contractors Enterprises received Alliance for Construction Excellence’s (ACE) Advance Award. The award is given each year for helping advance the local and national construction industry and the vision of ACE.

Gary Aller, executive director of ACE presented the award during the Annual ACE Dinner on September 3rd with over 400 construction industry leaders in attendance.

“David has contributed to our long term strategic planning, business planning, establishing the first Web-based training program and overall support of the mission of ACE,” stated Aller. “He has also supported the Arizona construction community and contributed to the advancement of construction education, training and development.”

Carrithers plays an active role in the construction industry. He is a member of the ACE Executive Advisor board as well as a past chairman of Center for Job Order Contracting Excellence.

"We are all at a unique point in time and history. The industry is under great pressure to both perform and change, a shift is underway. There is no team like the ACE organization, which brings higher education, industry and government together to advance our lives and livelihoods. I challenge everyone to embrace these times and see not the difficult things, but the possibility of what might be. ACE and Gary Aller have the vision, the values and the spirit to move us forward—embrace them and their mission,” Carrithers remarked at the dinner.

Each year ACE awards those who support ACE’s mission and vision to Advance, Collaborate and Enrich the construction industry. Other awards include the “Leader of the Year” Award which went to Arizona Valley Metro Light Rail CEO Rick Simonetta.    

About Centennial Contractors Enterprises:
For more than 20 years, Centennial Contractors Enterprises, Inc., has been a leader in providing responsive construction solutions supporting government, educational and business facilities and infrastructures, with projects focused on renovation, rehabilitation and repair. Centennial has 40 offices across the country. To learn more, go to http://www.cce-inc.com.

About The Alliance For Construction Excellence:
For over 15 years the mission of ACE has been to Advance, Collaborate and Enrich the construction industry. This both a national and Arizona focused effort. The Alliance for Construction Excellence is in support of the Del E. Webb School of Construction, which is a part of the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment, under the Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering at Arizona State University. For more information visit http://construction.asu.edu/ace.

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