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February 02, 2011

Barton Malow Awarded Osprey Dining Hall Project on University of North Florida Campus

Jacksonville, Florida – February 2, 2011 Construction firm Barton Malow Company was recently awarded the Osprey Dining Hall Facility on the University of North Florida campus in Jacksonville, Florida. Designed by Design Plus/Smith McCrary Architects, this $10-$15 million project is scheduled to open in August 2012.

February 02, 2011

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Engineering Services Facility, Naval Ordnance Test Unit

Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida – February 2, 2011 L.C. Gaskins Construction Co., Inc., a Barton Malow Company, recently completed the Engineering Services Facility (ESF) for the Naval Ordnance Test Unit, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida and the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held on January 28, 2011. This design-build project received an Outstanding Performance Evaluation from the government at a construction cost of $10.5 millon. Larry Gaskins, Harry Frost and Tim Anderson were in attendance for the ceremony.

February 02, 2011

Renovations Begin: Rose Bowl Video Board Structure Dismantled

Renovations began at the Rose Bowl Renovation in Pasadena, California with the deconstruction of the video board. Barton Malow Superintendent Chris Pomey comments on construction efforts in this article. Read it in the Pasadena Star-News.

January 31, 2011

Industrial Project Developer Lee Sellenraad Describes Building Tomorrow's Advanced Battery Plants

Building tomorrow's advanced battery plants requires new thinking to get them up and running as quickly as possible to maximize return on capital and win orders. Lee Sellenraad of Barton Malow explains how its done. Read it in the Best Magazine - Winter Edition.

January 31, 2011

Groundbreaking on the Rose Bowl Renovation

Pasadena, CA - January 25, 2011 — Barton Malow, in association with Bernards Construction – San Fernando, CA, broke ground on the $177 million renovation of the Rose Bowl on January 25, 2011. The three-phased renovation project includes expanding the public areas as well as enhancing and modernizing amenities.

January 21, 2011

University of Michigan Football Stadium named ENR Best of 2010

The University of Michigan Football Stadium Expansion and Renovation was recognized as one of nation's 21 best projects of 2010 by ENR Magazine. For more details on and to view the winners visit ENR Best of 2010.

January 20, 2011

Barton Malow in joint venture with Linbeck wins Sugar Land Skeeters New Ball Park Project

The team of Barton Malow Company and Linbeck landed the preferred design-build contractor from Sugar Land for the construction of the new Skeeters Minor League Ball Park called StarTex Power Field. For more details on the win visit Baseball Digest.

January 10, 2011

Michigan Stadium Recognized with 2010 Best of the Best Award

Newly renovated Michigan Stadium was awarded with a Best of the Best Award by McGraw-Hill Construction, a national competition that recognizes design and construction excellence based on regional winners of the company's 10 regional publications. This is the third year McGraw-Hill Construction has presented the Best of the Best Awards. Read more at M Go Blue.

January 10, 2011

McFadden Named ENR Southeast's Top 20 Under 40

Jason McFadden, Barton Malow Project Manager in the Atlanta Office was named among the talented individuals that started new divisions, found new markets and displayed leadership, diligence and integrity. Read Jason's story of success at the young age of 27 ENR Southeast Top 20 Under 40.

December 29, 2010

Groundbreaking at Delphi's New Corporate Technology Center

Kokomo, Indiana ––Barton Malow Company (Southfield, MI) was selected as the construction manager for Delphi’s new Corporate Technology Center and new Utility Building. Federal, state and local leaders turned out to join the construction team and hundreds of Delphi employees for the groundbreaking celebration on Monday, December 13, 2010 near Delphi’s World Headquarters in Kokomo, Indiana.

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