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TJ Wies Contracting Named Specialty Contractor of the Year by the AGC of Missouri

TJ Wies Contracting of Lake St. Louis, Mo., was named the Associated General Contractors of Missouri’s Specialty Contractor of the Year at the 19th Annual AGC Construction Awards Gala held Nov. 10, 2016, at River City Casino in St. Louis, Mo.


The AGC of Missouri presented 12 Specialty Contractor of the Year Awards to Specialty Contractors voted “First Place” in their discipline by the general contractor members of the AGC. The general contractor members were asked to consider a specialty contractor’s timeliness in regard to completion of project(s), ability to stay within budget, and their overall experience with the specialty contractor. In the category of Interior & Exterior Finishes, Openings & Fixtures, TJ Wies was presented with first place.


The Specialty Contractor receiving the most votes by general contractors spanning all 12 categories was presented the Specialty Contractor of The Year award by the AGC of Missouri. This distinction was awarded to TJ Wies Contracting, Inc.


A general contractor who voted for TJ Wies commented, “TJ Wies is one of the premier specialty contractors in the Midwest. From top to bottom, the organization is run with the guiding principles of integrity and professionalism. They know what it takes to take on the most challenging projects and collaborate with other stakeholders in reaching project objectives.” Another remarked that “TJ Wies is a safe, reliable and quality subcontractor. They strive on our projects to produce, meeting tough schedules. They pay attention to details and work hard to meet and exceed our expectations.”


This year marks the sixth time the AGC of Missouri has named First Place Specialty Contractors in 12 disciplines. For each of those six years, TJ Wies Contracting has been awarded the SCOTY in their respective category. This is the first time TJ Wies has been presented with the SCOTY Award.

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