HVAC Named Subcontractor Of The Year!

HVAC President Keith Rhymer and HVAC CEO Edd Hill.

BRISTOL, TN – HVAC, Inc. is proud to have been named 2011 Subcontractor of the Year by the Tri-Cities Branch of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC).

The announcement was made at the 20th Annual Tri-Cities AGC Excellence Awards in March, where the organization and its more than 200 members honor outstanding associates and their work.

HVAC, Inc. President Keith Rhymer, a 17-year veteran of the company in his first year as president, credits the hard work of HVAC’s more than one hundred employees.

“This is a great achievement for HVAC, Inc. and all of our employees,” said Rhymer. “This award is voted on by general contractors and suppliers who are members of the Tri-City AGC. Every employee should be extremely proud of this achievement.”

Other finalists for subcontractor of the year included Chris Mullins Company and Kingsport Armature & Electric Co., Inc., both of Kingsport, and Woods Paint Company, Inc. of Bristol.

Other 2011 winners include: BurWil Construction Co., Inc., General Contractor Circle of Excellence Category A; Armstrong Construction Co., Inc., Category B; Chris Broglio – BurWil Construction Co., Inc., Project Manager of the Year; The Good Company, Supplier of the Year; Randy Webb – BurWil Construction Company, Inc. – Superintendent of the Year; The Olde Farm Pavillion, Project of the Year Division I First Place; J.A. Street & Associates, Inc., Second Place; Thomas Weems Architect, Third Place; Alpha Natural Resources, Project of the Year Division II First Place; BurWil Construction Company, Inc., Second Place; Thompson & Litton Architect, Third Place; Thomas Weems, Architect of the Year for Project of the Year Division I; and Thompson & Litton, Architect of the Year for Project of the Year Division II.

HVAC, Inc. celebrates 25 years as the region’s premier specialty contractor, offering commercial heating, cooling, plumbing, electrical, mechanical and building automation as well as solar, wind and geothermal green solutions to the region