TriVersity Construction Wins Small Business Award from UC’s Goering Center

Contact: Natalie Hastings

natalie@nataliehastings.com; 513-376-2728

CINCINNATI (Sept. 9, 2015)—The University of Cincinnati’s Carl H. Lindner School of Business Goering Center recently announced that TriVersity Construction, with offices in Cincinnati and Indianapolis, was the recipient of the 2015 “Business All-Star Award” for a company in business less than 15 years.

“It is an honor to receive this award on behalf of all of our dedicated employees who represent a diverse and empowered team of professionals,” said Mel Gravely, CEO of TriVersity. “We congratulate every business recognized this year because we know the hard work it takes to succeed as a business.”

TriVersity was recognized alongside Cassady Schiller & Associates and Al Neyer, the winners in the 16-49 years and 50+ years in business categories. TriVersity was selected among a pool of 500 family and private businesses in the greater Cincinnati region that were eligible for the award. Infintech and Curiosity Advertising LLC were runners up in the same category.

“The Goering Center’s work is crucial to the success of many family and private businesses in our region,” Gravely continued. “We are grateful for this recognition and for their ongoing commitment to Cincinnati’s business community.”

TriVersity is one of the ten largest commercial builders in the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana tri-state region, serving Cincinnati, Dayton and environs. In late 2014,TriVersity expanded to a second office in Indianapolis. TriVersity provides construction management, general contracting and design build services to a variety of clients, ranging from small nonprofits to Fortune 100 companies. Current clients include Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and Procter & Gamble.

Visit http://business.uc.edu/centers/goering/family-business-awards.html for details on the awards. For more information on TriVersity, visit trivc.com.

 


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