Sloan Named Best General Contractor in the Carolinas

Pinnacle AwardCharlotte, NC – March, 2012 – Duncan, SC-based Sloan Construction Company has received the prestigious 2011 “Best General Contractor” Pinnacle Award from Carolinas AGC. The annual Carolinas AGC Pinnacle Awards are given for outstanding achievement in the commercial construction industry; member firms can be honored for their performance as a company, or for a specific project.

Founded in 1933, Sloan Construction is a heavy-highway contractor with projects ranging from excavation and site work to underground utilities, asphalt paving and bridge construction.

Engineers’ comments regarding Sloan included: “Sloan is a go-to for unique, tough jobs…” and “Versatile…innovative…and willing to work all kinds of crazy hours to get the job done.”

Sloan is a key player in the area’s most challenging large-scale, fast-track highway and commercial projects. The firm, which also has several asphalt manufacturing facilities in South Carolina, focuses on good corporate citizenship and being a good neighbor— both vital due to new population patterns that place formerly rural asphalt plants into the
midst of new communities.

For additional Pinnacle Award coverage and photos, visit
http://www.cagc.org/get_involved/awards_pinnacle_11winners.cfm.

The annual CAGC Pinnacle Awards competition is judged by a panel of member contractors. Awards were presented March 10, 2012, at the 91st Annual Carolinas AGC Convention in Hilton Head Island, SC. The Pinnacle Awards competition is cosponsored by CPA firm Greer & Walker and the law firm of Johnston, Allison & Hord, both based in Charlotte.

Carolinas AGC (CAGC) represents contractors and construction-related firms in North Carolina and South Carolina, and serves as a chapter of AGC of America and ARTBA. Through diverse partnerships, Carolinas AGC effectively innovates and shares knowledge across sectors and generations; advancing the construction industry to enhance the quality of life and deliver a sustainable difference in the Carolinas.

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