Notch Wins Five Excellence in Construction Awards in Three States

Chicopee, MA – Between two projects and three states, Notch Mechanical Constructors received four Eagle awards and one Merit award in the Associated Builders and Contractors Excellence in Construction Awards this past month.

Notch was recognized for its work on Baystate Medical’s Piping/Plumbing/HVAC for 4.6MW CHP Plant and Tree House Brewing’s Process Piping. The Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island ABC Chapters each awarded Notch with an Eagle Award for the Baystate Medical Project. Notch also received another Eagle Award from the Massachusetts ABC Chapter and a Merit Award from the Connecticut ABC Chapter for their work on the Tree House Project.

ABC’s Excellence in Construction Awards recognize overall excellence in project execution, craftsmanship, safety, innovative elements and challenges, and client satisfaction.

After winning in three states, Notch has qualified and submitted our winning project for national honor with ABC. You must be a winner in a state program to apply for a national award. The award honors the year’s most outstanding construction projects and contractors for their remarkable achievements in leadership, safety, innovation and diversity.

Click here to view the project profile for the Baystate Medical CHP project!

Click here to view the project profile for the Tree House Brewing Piping project!

Nick Bernasconi, Mike Forest, Jim Cote, and Steve Neveu accept two Eagle Awards at the ABC Massachusetts Awards Ceremony

The Notch team receives an Eagle award and a Merit award at the CT ABC award banquet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Four Eagle Awards from the Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island ABC Chapters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Notch

A family-owned business since 1972, Notch Mechanical Constructors specializes in the installation of piping systems for industrial and institutional facilities. From our offices in Chicopee and Hudson, Massachusetts, we serve customers in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Southern New Hampshire.