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Varco Pruden Announces 2016 Hall of Fame Award Winners

Varco Pruden's 2016 Hall Of Fame winners include these projects. Bentonville Community Center is shown above.
Pro Products Inc.
Stony Creek Brewery
Southwind Milling
Pali Mountain Dining Hall

Memphis, TN - Varco Pruden Buildings announces its 2016 Hall of Fame winners. This annual competition recognizes top projects by Varco Pruden (VP) builders that display innovation and excellence through the integration of VP building systems, products, architectural appearance, end use and design.

A total of 58 projects in 16 different building categories are included in this year’s Hall of Fame Awards.

“This year’s competition produced some impressive examples of the capabilities of our builder network,” said Jim Peckham, marketing manager at Varco Pruden. “Our building systems can meet the needs of virtually any commercial or industrial end-use. The list of winning projects shows the range of size, shape and architectural complexity that can be accomplished by our authorized builders and VP products.”

“The Hall of Fame awards provide an extraordinary opportunity to celebrate and recognize exceptional builders. These winners reflect the broad scope of capabilities and variety of end-use possibilities for buildings constructed by our builder network. VP builders consistently produce incredible results for their clients,” said Chuck Haslebacher, president of Varco Pruden.

This year’s Best of Category winners (category followed by the project name and VP Builder) are:

Agricultural - Stony Creek Brewery by Pat Munger Construction Co. Inc.

Automotive - Limbaugh Toyota by JohnsonKreis Construction Co. Inc.

Church - Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church by M & F Litteken Co.

Distribution - FedEx Ground by Ascent Construction Inc.

Government - Towns County Recreation/Conference Center by R. W. Allen LLC.

Hybrid - Southwind Milling by Baldwin & Shell Construction Co.

Manufacturing - Pro Products Inc. by Ourown Construction Corp.

Miscellaneous - Pali Mountain Dining Hall by Pence Construction Inc.

Office - Walnut Street Phase II by Gregory Development LLC.

Recreational - Bentonville Community Center by Crossland Construction Co. Inc.

Retail - Hendersonville Community Co-op by Cooper Construction Co. Inc.

Retrofit - National Restaurant Supply Co. by GarVin Construction Inc.

School - Central Methodist University’s Allied Health Professions Bldg. by Coil Construction Inc.

Storage - Pirates Cove Building by Vanston/O'Brien Inc.

Transportation - YVR Airside Operations Building by MBG Buildings Inc.

Warehouse - Broadmoor Industrial by a.j. Veneklasen Inc.

About Varco Pruden Buildings

VP Buildings logoVarco Pruden Buildings manufactures steel building systems for low-rise commercial and industrial applications. For more information, visit

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