WSD Receives Construction Keystone Award for North Point High School
December 3, 2021
The Wentzville School District was named a finalist for the 24th Annual Construction Keystone Award. The WSD was selected in the ‘$50 Million or More’ category for the work done building North Point High School.
The Keystone Awards delegate winners in categories based on general contracting, construction management, prime contractors, building construction, and project costs. A panel of five expert judges determines finalists from submissions that span ten focused categories. In the Mid-America Class, Wright Construction Services, Inc., was honored among three other ‘$50 Million or More’ Building Constructions.
Wright Construction presented the Keystone Finalist award, given by Associated General Contractors (AGC), to Dr. Cain and the Board of Education at the Nov. 19 board meeting.
“This project is one we are very proud of,” said Bobby Christopher, project director of Wright Construction. “We finished this job early, and with what we faced with two of the wettest years on record and getting hit by COVID, it was a monumental task for us to overcome.”
According to AGC, innovative, resourceful, and result-oriented are just a few ways to describe the contractors executing the construction projects selected as finalists. See the full list of finalists here.
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