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PDC Electrical Contractors wins award
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PDC Electric Contractors, of Monroe, recently received the 2013 Projects of Distinction Award from the Associated Builders and Contractors of Wisconsin. Accepting the award, from left, is David Murphy, director of construction operations for PDC; Scott Eith, project foreman for PDC; Adam Buholzer, co-owner of Klondike Cheese; Gene Jacobson, president of PDC; and Chuck Statton, project manager of PDC. (Photo supplied)
MADISON - PDC Electrical Contractors was awarded with a 2013 Projects of Distinction Award from the Associated Builders and Contractors of Wisconsin. Their project, Klondike Cheese Greek Yogurt addition, located outside of Monroe, won a Gold Projects of Distinction Award in the Specialty Trades - Electrical Over $1 million category. The Projects of Distinction Awards Program recognizes the most distinct construction projects in Wisconsin.

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