Manhattan Construction Company announces Central Florida leadership promotions

Manhattan Construction Company has promoted Michael Miller as vice president and Scott Heddens as operations manager of its Central Florida region.

Manhattan Construction Company breaks ground on Center for Arts, Innovation, and Creativity

BROKEN ARROW – The City of Broken Arrow and Manhattan Construction Company broke ground on the new Center for Arts, Innovation, and Creativity in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma Wednesday, November 18. The Broken Arrow Center for the Arts, Innovation, and Creativity facility new two-story, 14,325-square-foot building that includes space for classrooms, offices, a gift shop, a […]

Manhattan Construction Company receives OSC 2020 Pinnacle Award

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Safety Council (OSC) has announced Oklahoma-based Manhattan Construction Company as its 2020 Pinnacle Safety Award winner. 

Manhattan Construction Company wins National Safety Honors and six ABC of Oklahoma “Excellence in Construction” awards

The Associated Builders & Contractors of Oklahoma (ABC) has honored Manhattan Construction Company with the ABC Safety Training and Evaluation Process (STEP) Platinum Award and six “Excellence in Construction” (EIC) awards.

Manhattan Construction Company wins three ABC Greater Houston “Excellence in Construction” awards

HOUSTON, TEXAS – Manhattan Construction Company, a top nationally-ranked general building company, has been honored by the Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC) of Greater Houston with three “Excellence in Construction” awards, including the ICE Award, the program’s highest honor.

Manhattan Construction Company wins two Collier Building Industry Association “Sand Dollar Awards”

TEAMWORK magazine dedicated to all who were part of building Globe Life Field, the new home of the Texas Rangers

What an experience it has been for everyone at Manhattan Construction Company to build the new awe-inspiring home of the Texas Rangers – Globe Life Field!

City of Houston Ardmore Drinking Water Operations earns APWA Project of the Year Award

Houston – The American Public Works Association (APWA) Texas Chapter has recognized the City of Houston Ardmore Drinking Water Operations (DWO) Facility project with its “2020 Top Projects and Leaders” award in the Structures, $5-million to $25-million category.