November 20, 2014 Energy Air Share this post Two Energy Air project teams were honored by Associated Builders and Contractors of Central Florida (ABC) with the highest award in their categories on November 8, 2014 at the annual Excellence in Construction Awards banquet in Orlando, Fla. The teams responsible for the installation of the HVAC systems for both The Alfond Inn at Rollins College and UCF’s new Classroom II building, which is home to the school’s ROTC program, were both presented with the esteemed Eagle award. The Eagle is the highest award given in each category, and is presented to teams in recognition for their exceptional performance at each job. In addition, Energy Air Director of Marketing, Kati Bucciero, received the Marketing Award of Excellence in the subcontractor category for the entry book submitted for UCF Classroom II ROTC Building. Project Managers, Timothy Lewis and Josh Visser, CAD Designer, Crystal Pointer, Senior Foreman, Gary Wincey, and Senior Pipe Foreman, Jorge Martinez, were in attendance from The Alfond Inn project team, and Project Manager, Luke Stevens, BIM Manager, Scott Murphy, Senior Foreman, Mike Amador, and Senior Pipe Foreman, Joe Grazulis, accepted the award for UCF’s Classroom II ROTC Building. ABC’s Excellence in Construction program has become the premier competition within the construction industry that recognizes outstanding construction performance. Energy Air, Inc., an open-shop contractor that ranks as one of the top specialty contractors by Orlando Business Journal and ENR Southeast, has received more than 25 ABC Excellence in Construction awards and is an active member of Associated Builders and Contractors, a non-profit trade association that represents 22,000 merit shop construction and construction-related firms nationwide.