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Monday, Jan. 17, 2022

Alexander & Bebout earns builder award

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KANSAS CITY, Missouri — Alexander & Bebout Inc., a general contractor in Van Wert, has been recognized as a High Performance Builder by Butler Manufacturing™, which provides design-build construction solutions and innovative building technology to the nonresidential market. This designation is awarded to Butler Builder® dealers that meet or exceed annual territory sales goals and demonstrate superior marketing skills in selling Butler® buildings.

Alexander & Bebout President Sara Zura receives the Butler High Performance Builder Award. (photo submitted)
Alexander & Bebout President Sara Zura receives the Butler High Performance Builder Award. (photo submitted)

Founded in 1965, Alexander & Bebout Inc. has more than 60 employees and has been an authorized Butler Builder for 45 years. Recent projects include Unverferth Mfg. Co. in Delphos, ABM in Van Wert and O’Reilly Auto Parts in Delphos.

From site selection to preliminary drawings to final design and construction, Alexander & Bebout, Inc. can handle every phase of your building project. They continue to offer innovative design and can handle a full range of construction capabilities.

About Butler Manufacturing

Butler Manufacturing provides a comprehensive combination of design-build construction solutions and innovative building technology to the nonresidential market. Every Butler® building solution is backed by unrivaled research and testing, ensuring that Butler building systems perform to the highest standards. Through a network of more than 1,400 Butler Builder® dealers and corporate accounts services, Butler addresses the demand for environmentally friendly and energy-efficient design in community, commercial and industrial buildings. Butler is headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, and is a division of BlueScope Buildings North America Inc. For more information, visit www.butlermfg.com.

POSTED: 03/21/15 at 8:25 am. FILED UNDER: Business