Chamberlin is once again the proud recipient of one of Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (ABC) highest distinctions, the Eagle Award. The award was received in recognition of winning ABC’s National Excellence in Construction (EIC) competition in the specialty contractor category of “Exteriors.” The ABC EIC awards honor the nation’s most outstanding construction projects of the past year.

Chamberlin won the company’s newest Eagle for the exterior restoration of the Tribute Club House in The Colony near Dallas, TX. Improper waterproofing had allowed major water infiltration in and around the luxurious balcony areas of the club house, which subsequently led to damage of various other building components. Chamberlin removed the exterior facade and rotten materials beneath the balcony areas and installed new dampproofing, insulation, flashing and waterproofing membranes. “Now it is back to looking like we didn’t do a thing,” said Project Manager, Andy Wharton, “our finishes and trim match the existing colors so well that it is hard to tell where our work stops and the existing EIFS and trim begins.” And, all work was done while the hotel and hospitality portion of the clubhouse remained open for business and fully functional.

Chamberlin Vice President David Neal, Marketing and Business Developer Shauna Breeckner and Wharton received the award on June 12th in Washington, D.C. at the 17th Annual Excellence in Construction and National Safety Excellence Awards Celebration held at the National Building Museum. The award is also shared with Joe Kuchta, Senior Project Superintendent, and Artemio Sanchez, Site Superintendent.

Chamberlin has now earned two Eagles. The first was in 2006 in the general contractor “Renovation Under $2 Million” category for our work on the North Lake College campus.