We measure success in stories. While we don’t build for honors and awards, it is gratifying when we receive them as recognition for service to our client base. Purely due to the dedication of our employees, our list of honors and awards is extensive.
2018 ENR Global Best Project for the U.S. Embassy Compound in London, United Kingdom
Engineering-News Record (ENR) recognized the New London Embassy as part of ENR's sixth annual Global Best Projects competition. The project was selected as the Global Best Project in the Government Building category. The competition honors construction and design excellence during the past year around the globe. A diverse set of 22 projects were selected, hailing from 14 different countries, and every continent but Antarctica
2017 ENR Global Best Project for the U.S. Embassy Compound in Paramaribo, Suriname
ENR honored winning projects from 17 different countries and six continents. We were proud to have this project recognized at the awards ceremony in New York.
ABC Excellence in Construction Award for Smile-A-Mile Place
They took a 100-year old warehouse in Birmingham's Parkside district and captured our vision. Now there is no limit-no dream is too big for us to reach and serve those in Alabama who are affected by childhood cancer. —Bruce Hooper, Smile-A-Mile's Executive Director
AGC BuildSouth Award for the U.S. Embassy in N'Djamena, Chad
The U.S. Embassy Compound in Chad is a project that the U.S. Government and BLHI can both be proud of. —David Vivian, U.S. Dept. of State
ABC Excellence in Construction Award for Barber Motorsports Museum Expansion
The opinion of BVMM, BL Harbert has been one of the best contractors to work at the campus in recent years. —Jeff Ray, Executive Director, The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum
ABC of Alabama’s Safest in the Industry | AGC’s Excellence in Safety | EHS Safest Companies
When we have ingrained in our employees that a) they have a right to work safety b) they decide they will take ownership of that right to work safely and c) then he/she not only take ownership of working safely but also making it their responsibility to look out for their co-worker and see that he/she is working safely, that is when you have accomplished a great safety culture. —Frank Wampol, BL Harbert Director of Corporate Safety & Health