Lund-Ross Constructors Wins Top Prize for Paxton Renovation
Lund-Ross Awarded Fourth Consecutive Project of the Year Honor
Omaha, Neb., February 21, 2008 – Lund-Ross Constructors, Inc. was honored at the Excellence in Construction Awards ceremony for its work on the large-scale renovation of the historic Paxton building in downtown Omaha. Hosted by the Cornhusker Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC), the Excellence in Construction Awards honor the region’s best construction projects.
The Paxton was chosen as the 2007 Project of the Year in addition to being honored in the Specialty Residential category. The Paxton project was awarded the highest disctinction alongside such groundbreaking projects as the Homestead National Monument in Beatrice, Neb., and the Abengoa Bioenergy renewable energy facility in Ravenna, Neb.
The Project of the Year award for the Paxton marks the fourth consecutive for Lund-Ross. Previous Lund-Ross projects earning the prestigious title are the Carnegie Library (2004), Jobbers Canyon Restaurant & Brewery (2005) and the Rows at SoMa (2006).
The ABC Cornhusker Chapter represents over 260 merit shop contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers and manufacturers throughout Nebraska. There are 78 regional chapters of ABC and over 24,000 member companies advocating the merit shop philosophy of high-quality construction at competitive rates.