Awards & Achievements

1.The Helping Hands Award from the Springville Boys and Girls Club, November, 2011 - In appreciation of your generous commitment to the guiding principles of the Boys & Girls Club movement and for your belief that a "Helping Hand" can make a positive difference in the lives of young people, our community and club.

SBA2. SBA Subcontractor of the Year, Region II, 2011, May, 2011- This award honors small businesses that have provided the government and industry with outstanding goods and services as subcontractors. All nominees must be defined as “small” according to applicable SBA size standards.

Small Business Subcontractor of the Year award winners will be selected at regional and national levels. The regional winners will be selected by a panel of judges. Regional winners will automatically be considered for the national award. In evaluating nominations, the following are considered:
Overall management
Delivery performance
Technical capabilities
Labor relations
Cost performance
Special achievements
Resource utilization
Customer interface
Financial strength
Exceptional results.

National Prime Contractor & Subcontractor of the Year to be Named During National Small Business Week

WASHINGTON – More than twenty small business contractors, federal acquisition executives and business and industry leaders from around the country will come to Washington, D.C., in mid May 2011 to accept awards for excellence in the federal contracting arena...

3. Administrators Award for Excellence, US Small Business Administration, May 2011 - also known as the: Dwight D. Eisenhower Award for Excellence
This award recognizes large prime contractors that have excelled in their utilization of small businesses as suppliers and subcontractors. One award may be made in each of the following five categories: manufacturing; service; research and development; construction; and utilities. The Dwight D. Eisenhower Award for Excellence is a self-nomination award program; large prime contractors nominate themselves. Following determination of eligibility by the appropriate Government Contracting Area Offices, nomination packages will be forwarded to the Office of Government Contracting, Washington, DC, for review and recommendation of award winners. The SBA Administrator will select the winners.