St. Louis, MO - For the 20th year, the Associated General Contractors of Missouri (AGCMO) held its annual Construction Awards Gala to honor and highlight the creativity and talents of Missouri’s construction industry. This year also marked the 8th time the AGCMO has awarded its much sought-after “Subcontractor of the Year” (SCOTY) awards, honoring specific specialty subcontracting trades.
Guarantee Electrical Company (Guarantee) had an outstanding showing taking home two awards, including the prestigious SCOTY [Electrical Subcontractor of he Year] honor. This was the seventh time in eight years Guarantee has been named Subcontractor of the Year as voted on by the construction community.
As in previous year’s, Guarantee was also one of this year’s most nominated specialty subcontractors with three (3) projects in total up for top honors, including two in one category. Guarantee delivered by winning Project of the Year on the BJC Campus Renewal Project Phase I (Specialty/Subcontractor Projects $5 million or more). In that same category, the Museum of the Westward Expansion at the Gateway Arch (Specialty/Subcontractor Projects $5 million or more) took home finalist honors. Additionally the Stephen and Peter Sachs Museum at the Missouri Botanical Garden (Specialty/Subcontractor Building Construction Projects Under $3 million) was named as a finalist.
Dave Gralike, President of Guarantee Electrical Company Missouri added, “These awards are both a validation and a benchmark for us at Guarantee Electrical Company. We utilize the SCOTY award as our internal barometer for living up to our mission of providing electrical services that exceed all of our customers’ requirements and expectations. Furthermore, we could not be more proud to be part of the teams that built BJC Towers, the Museum of the Westward Expansion, and Botanical Gardens Museum. These successful landmark projects deserve to be celebrated.”
The AGC St. Louis Construction Keystone Awards honors the achievements of St. Louis construction firms and their employees in building the facilities that support and enhance the quality of life in Greater St. Louis. A Keystone Award recipient exhibits excellence in providing solutions to unique obstacles and challenges specific to their project. A Keystone Award is not given on beauty. The award is based on achieving solutions during construction for the challenges faced by contractors.