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October 05, 2010

Mark Sherod Named Barton Malow Project Director, Northern Virginia

Mark SherodFairfax, VA – October 5, 2010 — Barton Malow announces the addition of Mark Sherod as Project Director for Barton Malow’s Northern Virginia operations with a focus on healthcare construction in the Greater Washington DC area.

October 05, 2010

Three Barton Malow Projects Receive 2010 AIA Arizona Design Awards

Tempe, AZ – October 5, 2010 — On September 25, 2010 AIA’s Arizona chapter announced the 2010 Design Award winners in three categories – Honor, Merit, and Citation. Over 100 submissions were reviewed before the selection committee selected the top 23 recipients. These projects represent design, planning and construction excellence throughout Arizona in both commercial and residential applications.

Barton Malow is the only contractor to be associated with three award-winning projects this year:

September 07, 2010

David McDermed Named Barton Malow Project Director, Tempe

David McDermedTempe, AZ – September 7, 2010 — Builder Barton Malow announces that David McDermed has rejoined its Western Region office, Tempe, as a project director. He will focus on health and higher education construction.

July 28, 2010

Barton Malow Project Engineer, Jess Lastinger, is Promoted to Project Manager

Jacksonville, FL – July 28, 2010 — Jacksonville-based Construction Manager Barton Malow Company has promoted Project Engineer, Jess Lastinger, LEED™ AP to Project Manager.

July 26, 2010

Brent Leiter Named Barton Malow Vice President, Columbus

Brent LeiterColumbus, OH – July 26, 2010 — Builder Barton Malow announces that Brent A. Leiter, has joined the company as Vice President. Based in the Columbus regional office, he will focus on the Ohio and Indiana markets.

A 25-year veteran of the industry, Brent has directed education, healthcare, sports, federal, convention center, hotel, library and parking garage projects. In recent years, he has had involvement on 15 major sports and special event facilities.

June 24, 2010

Barton Malow's Ryan Maibach Selected As Outstanding Young Engineer

Southfield, MI – June 24, 2010 — The Engineering Society of Detroit (ESD) conferred the honor of 2010 Outstanding Young Engineer upon Ryan Maibach, Barton Malow Company vice president, at the SoundBoard Theatre at the MotorCity Casino Hotel, Detroit, on June 23.

Each year since 1953, ESD has presented the award to an engineer under age 35 who has made significant contributions to the engineering community.

June 24, 2010

Engineering Society of Detroit Honors Barton Malow Project

Southfield, MI – June 24, 2010 — The Engineering Society of Detroit has conferred a Construction & Design Award upon the team that designed and built the Clinical Services Building for Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center). The owner, constructors Barton Malow Company and P.J. Dick in joint venture, and architect Astorino were recognized at the Society’s annual awards dinner, June 23.

June 18, 2010

Barton Malow is awarded ADA Renovation Project for Florida Hospital Apopka

Orlando, FL – June 18, 2010 – Orlando-based Construction Manager Barton Malow Company has been selected by Florida Hospital to provide construction services for the Florida Hospital Apopka ADA restroom additions and patient room renovations project.

June 17, 2010

Barton Malow Is Crain's For-Profit Employer of the Year

Southfield, MI – June 17, 2010 — Crain’s Detroit Business named builder Barton Malow the recipient of its 2010 For-Profit Employer of the Year Award, based on the success of its LEAPS internship program. Formal conferral took place on Mackinac Island, June 4th, as part of Mackinac Policy Conference (an annual gathering of regional business and political leaders). Vice President Ryan Maibach, program director, accepted the award on behalf of the company.

June 11, 2010

Barton Malow Breaks Ground on the St. Joseph's Women's Hospital NICU

Tampa, FL – June 11, 2010 – Construction Manager Barton Malow Company has been awarded the St. Joseph's Women's Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) project in Tampa, Florida. The 22-month project, scheduled for a 2012 completion, broke ground on Wednesday May 19, 2010 on the St. Joseph's Women's Hospital campus.

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