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American Buildings Co. Honored for Work in Eufaula Community

American Buildings Co. (ABC), a Eufaula, Ala.-based manufacturer and supplier of pre-engineered metal-building systems, was recently honored by City of Eufaula officials for its employees’ hard work and devotion to improve local park conditions. During a March ceremony, the renovated pavilion in Creek Town Park was dedicated to ABC and those employees who assisted.
As part of a 40-year practice of avoiding worker lay-offs, Nucor Corp., ABC’s parent company, puts employees to work within the community when plant workload decreases. The most recent project in Eufaula included the renovation of the picnic pavilion, the refurbishment eight dugouts, and the construction of eight soccer goals for Creek Town Park.
In addition to the park improvements, ABC employees have repaired dumpsters, picked up litter, and constructed picnic tables, work tables and benches for the city and its residents. With ABC’s help refurbishing the dumpsters, the city saved more than $85,000.
ABC has pioneered the design, manufacture and delivery of metal buildings and roofing systems for more than 50 years. The company has more than 800 authorized builders and manufacturing centers nationwide.

Employees of American Buildings Co. renovated the picnic pavilion at Creek Town Park in Eufaula, Ala.

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