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CME Corporation receives national award

Posted: Thursday, April 17, 2014

A structure built by CME Corporation of Fort Wayne, has been honored by Varco Pruden Buildings, one of the nation’s largest providers of metal building systems.

CME Corporation has been named to Varco Pruden’s 2014 Hall of Fame for the Two EE’s Winery in Roanoke. The 6,000 square foot winery and tasting room was recognized as the “Best” in the retail category and was designed by Nathan Moore, AIA, of CME.

The highly competitive Hall of Fame Awards are presented annually to the independent authorized Varco Pruden builders whose work reflects outstanding integration of building systems, products, architectural appearance, end use and design. With over 1,000 independent builders in the United States and Canada, they are presented for a range of industrial, commercial, retail and municipal projects. “The Hall of Fame is proof positive that our builders continue to challenge the boundaries by seeking new and innovative ways to prove that pre-engineered buildings are the system of choice,” said Chuck Haslebacher, president of Varco Pruden.

“We are excited to share this recognition with everyone at Two EE’s who allowed us to participate in their vision,” said Mark Hellinger, president of CME. Visit www.Twoees.com.