BARNES buildings Named Top Volume Builder

(l-r): Marty Barnes, president, BARNES buildings; Lynne Barnes, CFO, BARNES buildings; Frank Green, regional manager, Cornerstone Building Brands; and Matt Ackley, president of commercial buildings, Cornerstone Building Brands / Photo courtesy of Metallic Building Systems

Weymouth, MA – BARNES buildings & management group, inc. (BARNES buildings), a full-service provider of engineered steel building systems, was recently named the Top Volume Builder by Metallic Building Systems; the field of national builders numbers almost 700 nationwide. The culmination of BARNES buildings’ 25th anniversary as a Metallic Authorized Builder, this comes on the heels of a 2020 Building of the Year Award, also from Metallic Building Systems.

Serving general contractors, developers, and building owners in New England, BARNES buildings projects bring quality, strength, and a deep level of industry expertise to design-build projects, according to the firm’s representatives. The family-operated company’s senior construction team holds more than 137 years of experience in efficient steel building and commercial construction, with extensive experience drawn from the design and professional erection perspectives.

“This distinction and the accolades are very much appreciated,” noted Tony Barnes, president of BARNES buildings. “And they’re appreciated because they are recognition of the innovation that takes place throughout our organization and, most importantly, between our customers and our team.”

“From value-engineered design to OSHA-compliant, professional steel erection and metal installation, quality is at the heart of every BARNES buildings project and we look forward to the many years to come,” added Barnes.

“The BARNES brand is the epitome of excellence, and we are honored to be a partner in their growth and success,” said Matt Ackley, president of commercial buildings at Cornerstone Building Brands, the parent organization of Metallic Building Systems. “Congratulations to Marty Barnes and his team, and cheers to another 25 years in business.”