Mondo receives high performance builder honor
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Mondo Building & Excavating a general contractor in Marietta has been named High Performance Builder by Butler Manufacturing, which provides design-build construction solutions and innovative building technology to the nonresidential market. This designation is awarded to Butler Builder dealers that meet or exceed annual territory sales goals and demonstrate superior marketing skills in selling Butler buildings.
Founded in 1984, Mondo Building & Excavating has 30 employees and has been an authorized Butler Builder for over 7 years. Recent projects include Eureka Hunter Pipeline and Triad Hunter Compressor Buildings using the Butler Widespan Building Systems near New Martinsville, W.Va., Par Mar Oil Company Subway Restaurant Addition using the Butler Widespan Building System in Marietta, Merrick Engineering 104,000 SF Warehouse, using the Butler Landmark 2000 Building System and Pre-Cast Concrete Wall Tilt-Up Construction in Clarksburg, W.Va., and Finley Fire Equipment Vehicle Storage Building using the Butler Widespan Building System in McConnellsville, Ohio.
About Mondo Building & Excavating
Mondo Building and Excavating has built its reputation in the Mid-Ohio Valley as a “can do” contracting firm. Where other firms talk about customer service, we lead by example. We believe in our community and the businesses that call the Mid-Ohio Valley home. For more information, visit www.mondobuilding.com.
About Butler Manufacturing
Butler Manufacturing provides a comprehensive combination of design-build construction solutions and innovative building technology to the nonresidential market. Every Butler building solution is backed by unrivaled research and testing, ensuring that Butler building systems perform to the highest standards. Through a network of more than 1,400 Butler Builder dealers worldwide, Butler addresses the demand for environmentally friendly and energy-efficient design in community, commercial and industrial buildings. Butler is headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., and is a division of BlueScope Buildings North America, Inc. For more information, visit www.butlermfg.com.