NORTH CANTON, Ohio – Construction management company Knoch Corporation announced today that both the Northern Ohio and Central Ohio chapters of the trade organization, Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC), recognized Knoch Corporation for its excellence in construction. Jim Fenske, president and chief executive officer, and Chuck Fenske, vice president – Knoch Corporation, received the honors on behalf of the company at two separate award ceremonies held in October.
Knoch’s renovation project at the memory care and assisted living facility, St. Edward's in Fairlawn, Ohio, was honored with ABC’s Pyramid Award, and the company’s work with redesigning the new Canton South High School in Canton, Ohio, received the Eagle Award.
“Knoch Corporation is extremely proud to receive these prominent awards, and they speak to the talent and quality of the people who worked on these projects,” said Chuck Fenske. “Both posed inherit challenges in terms of schedule and site logistics, and the project team rose to the occasion.”
ABC’s Eagle Award is the organization’s most prestigious honor. Winners receive a specially designed eagle sculpture to signify the importance of this award. ABC’s Pyramid Award, also highly respected, represents construction projects of merit and distinction. ABC awards are judged on type of construction, size of project, contract value, length of project, and percentage of labor that is self-performed.
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) is a national construction industry trade association representing more than 21,000 members. Founded on the merit shop philosophy, ABC and its 70 chapters help members develop people, win work and deliver that work safely, ethically and profitably for the betterment of the communities in which ABC and its members work. ABC's membership represents all specialties within the U.S. construction industry and is comprised primarily of firms that perform work in the industrial and commercial sectors. For more information, visit www.abc.org.
About Knoch Corporation
Since 1947, Knoch Corporation has placed a premium on eliminating risk and bringing certainty to its clients' construction projects by acting as a strong, capable construction manager adept at delivering excellent construction outcomes. Knoch’s specialty is planning and accurately costing complex construction projects, then bringing them to completion reliably. The company’s range of offerings includes those typically associated with a general contractor, but the Knoch team can also act as a construction manager at risk and owner's representative. In both of these arrangements, Knoch does the important planning necessary to minimize risk and deliver a successful project. For more information, visit www.knochcorp.com or call 330-244- 1440.