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NEWS &
EVENTS

The Boyle County Middle School opened to students at the end of September 2020, while the work continued on the Center for the Performing Arts.  The 500 seat cultural and performing art theater is in the last stage of construction.  The theater was built with an  astonishing exterior 65 foot tall concrete wall, that allowed for a fly loft above the stage.  The Center for  the Performing Arts includes a lobby, vestibule, bathrooms, (2) dressing rooms, scenery storage room and a green room.

The middle school is two-story, 122,000 square feet with open and flexible instructional spaces for 900 students. There is non-traditional learning media center that has the warm comfortable and welcoming feel. A beautiful exterior court yard and there is a robust network infrastructure to support technology in the classrooms.

The New Boyle County Middle School & Center for Performing Arts is a state-of-the-art Middle School.  The Branscum Team for this Landmark Project was Jonathan Smith, Project Manager, Chris Hudgins and Ronnie Carter, Project Superintendent.  The architect is Clotfelter Samokar.

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2020 Associate of the Year

Branscum Construction Company & Precision Erection Company are pleased to announce that Bernardo Valencia has been named the

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2020 Building for Excellence Associate of the Year. 

The Branscum / Precision organization bestows this worthy recognition based upon an associate’s overall performance.  Vernardo was nominated by his co-associates using the following criteria for selection:  Loyalty, Attitude, Team Work, Pride and Quality of Work. Vernardo has been part of the Precision team since 2001 and is an asset to the organization.  He was acknowledged as one of the five Honorable Mentions in the previous years; 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019.

Team Members Celebrating Milestone Anniversaries

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          Kim Montgomery 5 years of service                    John Burton 5 years of service                           Chris Hudgins 25 years of service
 
 

Site Sign for new FFNB Columbia Building Coming Soon

First & Farmers National Bank held a groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday, November 18th, to begin the construction of its newest location at Will Walker Road in Columbia, Kentucky. 

The new bank along with traditional banking services, will have self-server lockboxes, a Drive-Thru ATM, plenty of customer parking spaces, and a beautiful open-lobby concept. The new bank is projected to be complete in the summer of 2021.

The Branscum Team is Destin Dalton, Project Manager and Chris Hudgins, Project Superintendent. The design team is Benton Fudge of South Central Designs and Joe Watson of American Engineers, Inc.

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2019 Associate of the Year

2019 Building for Excellence Associate of the Year Award was presented this year to Mr. Ronnie Carter, during the annual Christmas celebration lunch on December 6th, 2019. The Branscum organization bequeaths this worthy recognition based upon an associate’s overall performance. Ronnie was nominated by his co-associates using the following criteria for selection: Loyalty, Attitude, Team Work, Pride and Quality of Work. He was acknowledged as one of the five Honorable Mentions in 2018. Ronnie is a superintendent at the Boyle County Middle School Project and joined the Branscum Construction family in 2017.

Also recognized for their dedication and hard work as this year’s five Honorable Mentions; Larry Harvey, Wes Hutchinson, Don Locke Jr., Michelle Pettey, Vernardo Valencia. These individuals were also nominated by their peers for their excellence in the industry.

2019 Associate of the Year

Anthony Carnes, Safety Director, addressed the associates at our 43rd annual Christmas celebration & awards banquet.  He spoke on the importance of safety on the job sites.  There were a lot of challenges for our committee to deal with due to major changes in the industry and expanded focus within our organization. Commitment, dedication and hard work by all of our employees are necessary factors in maintaining our successful safety program. The foundation of our Safety Culture relies on the following principles:

  • * Provide our employees with the necessary training and development to achieve excellent safety performance.
  • * Zero injuries
  • * Zero loss time accidents
  • * Zero OSHA or other regulatory agency deficiencies

Carnes congratulated everyone on a job well done! He reported “Branscum/Precision EMR dropped from 0.86 to 0.80.  Not only does this lower premiums, but give us a competitive advantage in the bidding process. While 2019 was a great year, there is room for improvement. There is a lot of work to be done.

2019 Associate of the Year

Branscum Construction Company and Precision Erection Company held their 43rd Annual Christmas Celebration and Awards Banquet on December 6th, 2019. Associates came together at the First Baptist Church in Russell Springs and Steve Branscum kicked off our annual associate’s Christmas celebration by welcoming all past and current Branscum and Precision associates.  

During this year's celebration the Building for Excellence Program acknowledged the associates that contribute to the success of projects completed in 2019. These projects are evaluated using six criteria: adherence to schedule, keeping within budget, keeping quality in construction, there were no lost days due to accidents, there were no legal issues associated with the projects, and client satisfaction. The following projects met the criteria, by meeting all six of our “Project Success Goals” for this year are:

Branscum:  Fibrotex & Wal-Mart

Precision: Clark Calumet, TBIL, Dr. Schneider, BRS, TBIN, Metalsa, Atlas BZ, Big River Steel Warehouse, Big River Steel Refractory and Big River Steel Spray

These projects acheived the Building for Excellence recognization because of the outstanding Teamwork of the Branscum / Precision Organization. 

 

What Clients are Saying About Branscum

“The entire Branscum organization has made it possible to truly say that construction can be a positive friendly experience.”

—Clark Orr CEO, ORR Corporate