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A.G. Heins Company Wins the 2024 Supplier of the Year Award from the Associated General Contractors

A. G. Heins Company has won the 2024 Supplier of the Year Award from the Associated General Contractors of Tennessee, Knoxville Chapter, for an unprecedented sixth time. 280 members of AGC voted on the best company that serves the construction industry with quality products, reasonable prices and excellent customer service. They also won the award in 2007, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2022.

“A. G. Heins Company has done a phenomenal job in building relationships with their customers for 104 years,” said John Ewart, Executive Director of the Associated General Contractors. “They are old school and still work with their customers in person. They are always available to help any AGC member with any of their needs on a Do-It-Yourself project or a commercial project.”

Founded in 1920 by Albert G. Heins, Sr., the A.G. Heins Company is a four-generation family owned business that has earned the trust of East Tennessee’s construction
industry. They specialize in roofing, concrete and masonry, but also offer hundreds of building products. They represent the top of the line nationally known and respected vendors. No project is too big or too small and they will provide consultation in advance to make sure that all of the materials and specifications are correct before starting a project which saves clients time and money.

“It is an honor to be selected as the Associated General Contractors 2024 Supplier of the Year,” stated A. Gordon Heins, III, President and CEO of A. G. Heins Company. “This is recognition to all of the family members and associates of our company. We are extremely proud of our rich heritage and the contributions of our team for over a century of service to our community. We look forward to continue being involved with the growth of East Tennessee.”

Some of the major building projects that A. G. Heins Company has been involved with at the University of Tennessee include: Neyland Stadium, Natalie Haslam Music Building, the University Commons, Ayres Hall and the Sorority Village. Other projects they have worked with are the Embassy Suites, the Knoxville Montessori School and The Island in Pigeon Forge.

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