Neosho, MO (PRWEB) July 29, 2014
Farrell Construction was recently honored in April 2014 with the 2013 National Building of the Year award by Metallic Building Company for their design-build project for Crowder College's satellite office in Jane, Mo. Farrell Construction received the award at a recent Metallic National Sales Meeting in Carlsbad, Cali. Farrell Construction has claimed this award for the second year in a row.
The steel construction project on the Crowder College campus features the newest look of modern metal building design. The new building on the college campus features a 1:12 single slope roof, Double-Lok® roof panels, a partial mezzanine and a high-side eave extension.
Cory Farrell,Vice President of Farrell Construction said, “The building has a modern feel and look. That’s the direction we are going in now to showcase how metal buildings can be constructed with a very contemporary look.”
"Farrell Construction was a great team to work with and gave shape to our beautiful building," said Pam Hudson, director of Crowder College. "Today, as I walk through this wonderful little campus in my mind I see the frame work—the bones set in place by Farrell Construction—they created a simply amazing thing."
"Farrell Construction worked with us to ensure the goals of an on-time, on-budget, high-quality building were met. The overall project had a very tight schedule," said Jeff Gattis, Senior Project Manager with Nabholz Construction.
Of the thousands of projects per year, a mere two dozen are nominated for national awards. The nominated projects are then considered candidates for merit awards.
At Farrell Construction, building isn’t just a profession; it’s the way of life. Family owned and operated since 1976, the team has decades of combined experience to help clients where it matters most. As the area leader in commercial steel building projects throughout the four-state region, Farrell is proud of the fact they have been helping businesses – big and small – with all of their construction needs for years. Whether it’s a commercial, manufacturing, warehousing, or agricultural project, Farrell Construction strives to offer the highest quality at the lowest possible price. Learn more at farrcon.com.
Metallic Building Company manufactures custom-engineered metal buildings of the highest caliber. The company serves its markets with a strong builder base and has more than 3.5 million square feet of manufacturing space strategically located throughout the U.S. and in Mexico. Metallic’s continued success can be attributed to a focus on customer service that results in lasting business relationships. With unparalleled expertise and financial strength, Metallic remains one of the most trusted and respected manufacturers of custom metal buildings in the industry. Established in 1946, Metallic is one of the five original founders of the MBMA. Metallic is a leading division of NCI Building Systems, one of the largest integrated manufacturers and marketers of custom-engineered metal buildings. For more information, visit metallic.com.
Located near Neosho, Mo., Crowder College is a two-year state community college accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a commission of the North Central Association. Approximately 5,800 students enrolled at Crowder College during the fall 2013 semester. For more information, visit crowder.edu.