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Dinè Garners Award

Thursday, April 7, 2011 | 12:00 AM

Stephen’s Creek Barn is located near Gardiner, Mont., at the North Entrance to Yellowstone National Park.

Dinè Construction, LLC, a general contracting company located in Haleyville has been named Million Dollar Builder by Butler Manufacturing™, a division of BlueScope Buildings North America, Inc., the world leader in the development and manufacture of metal building systems.

Tom Gilligan, President Butler Manufacturing, presented the award at Butler’s 2011 National Sales Meeting. The designation is awarded to Butler Builders who sold at least one million dollars worth of Butler buildings and roof systems in 2010. Only 58 of these awards were presented nationally from a network of approximately 1,200 Butler Builders worldwide.

Dinè Construction, LLC was established in 2003 and has been marketing and building Butler buildings since 2008. The company’s officers are Pam and Mark Morton. Dinè’s most recent Butler project was a $1.3 million, 11,400 square foot equestrian facility in Yellowstone National Park for the National Park Service. The facility, completed in March of 2011 includes an arena, covered hay storage, offices, saddle storage and saddle repair areas. Other current Dinè projects include an administration building at Robins AFB, Ga.; an aircraft hanger at Tinker AFB, Okla.; and a roof replacement project for the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Lake Alice, N.D.

Dinè is a Woman-Owned, Native American Owned, SBA 8(a) Small Disadvantaged Business specializing in design/build pre-engineered and modular building systems. Dinè has completed projects for industry, schools, railroads and over fifteen different federal agencies. Dinè is dedicated to serving north Alabama and employs local craftsmen and construction administrators whenever possible.

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