Atmore’s Rolin Construction Inc. has been named the 2021 AGC Diverse Business of the Year winner.
Awarded by the Associated General Contractors of America, the national award “brings awareness to the value of a diverse workforce and inclusive environment,” according to the Alabama AGC. Applicants are judged on a number of criteria: consistent growth, vision and potential for long-term success, business culture and values, response to adversity or obstacles, contributions to the community and AGC involvement.
“Rolin Construction Inc. demonstrated strong leadership in overcoming obstacles, commitment to diversity and inclusion, a reputation for professionalism and integrity in work standards and performance, and dedication to community service,” according to the Alabama AGC.
Founded in 2005, Rolin Construction specializes in commercial, retail, multifamily, hospitality, industrial, entertainment and health care projects. Owner and CEO Shawn Rolin is a member of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, and over the years, the company has provided employment opportunities, sponsorships and benefits to their community.
AGC of America will present the award at its national convention in September.