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Lee Adcock Construction Company Receives Hall Of Fame Award

Shelbyville, TN – For three years in a row, Lee Adcock Construction Company received a Hall of Fame Award from VP Buildings.

At the VP Buildings Conference, Lee Adcock Construction Company was presented with a Hall of Fame Award for Best in Manufacturing Category for the additions made to the VIAM Manufacturing campus in Manchester, Tennessee. The award is intended to recognize outstanding metal building projects constructed by VP Authorized Builders during the past year. Criteria for selection include excellence in project design, craftsmanship and construction.

The VIAM project included the construction of an 118,000 square foot manufacturing plant and a 23,000 square foot, two story corporate headquarters building. The architects were Kaatz, Binkley, Jones and Morris of Mt. Juliet, Tennessee and the engineers were Oliver-Rhoads Consulting Engineers of Tullahoma, Tennessee.

According to Kent Holt, Lee Adcock Construction Company Vice-President of Operations, "This project illustrates the enormous possibilities that result from close collaboration between architects, engineers, builder and owner."

Previously, Lee Adcock Construction received a Hall of Fame award in the Church Category for the Fair Haven Baptist Church located in Shelbyville, Tennessee. Lee Adcock Construction also won the award for best in Manufacturing Category for the manufacturing plant and office it built for MetriCan Stamping Company, Incorporated of Dickson, Tennessee.

More than 1,000 authorized builders are eligible to enter into the annual awards competition. Winners are selected from each of 13 categories including agriculture structures, auto dealerships, manufacturing facilities, offices, churches and eight others.