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The Christman Company Earns Pinnacle Business Award



The Christman Company earned top honors in the large business excellence category in the Knoxville Chamber’s 2021 Pinnacle Business Awards.

The Christman Company has built some of East Tennessee’s historically significant structures, including The Manhattan Project in Oak Ridge and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Towers and iconic Sunsphere for the 1982 World’s Fair in Knoxville.

The company has partnered with the University of Tennessee since 1946 on more than 40 projects, including the recent construction of the Student Union and Ken and Blaire Mossman Building. Recognized by the Knoxville Chamber for its impact on regional economic prosperity,

The Christman Company currently has $515 million work in progress in Knoxville, including The Lodge at Shannondale, renovation of Neyland Stadium and renovation of the former TVA East Tower for use by UT and Knox County Schools, among others.

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