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For Immediate Release
Alexandria, VA, March 4, 2014 - The American Institute of Constructors is proud to share that two of it's members have won awards from the American Subcontractors Association's Metro Washington Chapter at the organization's recent 50th Anniversary Subby Awards Gala.
TMG Construction Corporation lead by AIC College of Fellows Chair and Past National President Tanya Matthews, FAIC was awarded the "Nationals Capitol Award" for Outstanding General Contractor. The Award is described by the chapter as being given to the outstanding general contractor in the category up to $50 million who has aided the subcontracting industry by outstanding administration, efficient field supervision and fair financial practices on a continuing basis.
In addition, AIC Member and Certified Professional Constructor Ken Matuszewski of TMG Construction was awarded the ASA’s Award - Outstanding Job Supervision. This award is given to the outstanding G.C. field superintendent who deserves acclamation for effective coordination of all trades; whose method of operation is one of cooperation on the project, not confrontational; and who listens to the subcontractor’s point of view when making a decision.
The awards were given at the 50th Anniversary Subby Awards Gala on March 1, 2014. For more information and to view the other award winners please visit the ASA Metro Washington's Website: http://www.asamw.org/.
About the AIC Founded in 1971, the American Institute of Constructors mission is to promote individual professionalism and excellence throughout the related fields of construction. AIC supports the individual Constructor throughout their careers by helping to develop the skills, knowledge, professionalism and ethics that further the standing of the construction industry. AIC Members participate in developing, and commit to, the highest standards of practice in managing the projects and relationships that contribute to the successful competition of the construction process. In addition to membership, the AIC certifies individuals through the Constructor Certification Commission. The Associate Constructor (AC) and Certified Professional Constructor (CPC) are internationally recognized certifications in the construction industry. These two certifications give formal recognition of the education and experience that defines a Professional Constructor. For more information about the AIC, visit www.professionalconstructor.org.