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Posted on: October 25, 2010 By: Jim Gribbins

25th Anniversary Open House

Thanks to all who attended our 25th Anniversary Open House on Wednesday, September 29th.  The 100 or so attendees were treated to plenty of food and cake from local businesses.  I truly appreciate all employees who attended the event, especially those employees who do not work at the Evansville office.  Our customers and vendors were each given a customized “chair in a bag” as a parting gift, and that chair is now available for employees in our safety incentive catalog.

Check out some pictures from the 25th anniversary celebration below and also on our Facebook page.

Facebook

If you are a Facebook user, I encourage you to follow Gribbins Insulation.  This is a very easy way for you to get quick information about the company.  The Gribbins posts include safety announcements, jobsite pictures, and industry news.  We currently have over 50 people following us on Facebook.

Top Specialty Contractor

Finally, I want to announce that Gribbins Insulation is once again ranked in two different industry lists as a leader in specialty construction.  Midwest Construction Magazine ranked us #71 among all specialty contractors in Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, and Wisconsin.  In ENR’s (Engineering News Record) annual ranking list known as “The Top 600 Specialty Contractors,” we are ranked number 542 in 2010, down from 493 in 2009.  We have appeared on the annual ENR list since 2003, and we intend to continue that trend.

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