Allied Well Drilling was nominated for and won a 2019 Craftmanship Award by the Washington Building Congress.
WBC is the only local organization that recognizes the skills of craftsmen through a Craftsmanship Awards Program—an annual celebration of excellent work performed in local industry.
As the awards have grown in prestige and the caliber of construction in the Washington, DC area has escalated, the celebration of craftsmanship has expanded. As a result, this awards program has furthered the growth and development of superior craftsmanship in the Washington area.
Craftsmanship Awards Facts and Figures
- In 1962, the program was selected for distinguished achievement for business and public interest by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
- The awards are divided into 10 categories and 35 subcategories.
- In 2008, WBC established the Hall of Fame to salute craftsman who demonstrate extraordinary dedication, exceptional skill, quality craftsmanship and enduring commitment.
- In 2018, the first woman was inducted into the Craftsman Hall of Fame.
- From 1956 through 2018, over 12,300 craftsmen have been recognized on more than 3,200 winning projects.
Allied has been recognized in the Geothermal Wells Category for a project performed in Wheaton, MD.
ENTRY CODE: J-08
Project Name: Wheaton Public Improvements, Wheaton, MD
Craft Employer: Allied Wells
General Contractor: Clark Construction Group, LLC
Nominator: Clark Construction Group