Awards and Aclaim at Eshbach
2014 Alvin H. Butz Subcontractor of the Year; Eshbach Brothers, L.P
2007 Safety Award for Excellence; in recognition for outstanding safety performance and risk management, Franklin and Marshall College project in Lancaster, PA
2005 BAC Craft Award; Best Residential Stone Project, Private Residence in Orwigsburg, PA
2005 BAC Craft Award; Best Stone Rubble Project, Kutztown University Alumni Project
June 11, 2002 Altrusa Award; Presented to Eshbach Brothers for work that exemplifies the true meaning of ALTRUSIAN, making a difference in the community (Fire Tower Project). From Altrusa Int'l Inc. of Reading Berks County.
1998 MCACP Excellence in Masonry Design Award; Institutional - Prisons, Columbia County Prison Expansion in Columbia County, PA
1998 MCACP Excellence in Masonry Design Award; Institutional - Healthcare, Exeter Surgical Center in Berks County, PA
1998 MCACP Excellence in Masonry Design Award; Residential, Dolan Residence in Berks County, PA
1996 MCACP Excellence in Masonry Design Award; Renovation/Restoration, Berks County Courthouse in
1990 BAC Craft Award; Honorable Mention - Brick, for the Meridian Center at Spring Ridge
Although quality construction stands testament for itself, the Eshbach Brothers team continues to win awards for their distinct quality of craftsmanship and excellence in project management.
On March 5, 2013 foreman Ron Lascala was presented the Outstanding Fieldperson Award at Alvin H. Butz Inc.’s Seventeenth Annual Subcontractors Appreciation Luncheon for his excellent work and leadership on the DeSales University Gambet Center.
Thank you Alvin H. Butz, Inc.
For recognizing Wilson Eshbach with the Lifetime Service Award
It is an especially great honor to receive this award from Alvin H. Butz, another family-owned contracting company that shares the same values as Eshbach Brothers -- unwavering craftsmanship and a commitment to the economic vitality of our region.
Under Wilson's leadership the Eshbach team has partnered on transformative developments such as the revitalization of Downtown Allentown and the preservation of mosaic tiles at the National Museum of Industrial History.
Ron Lascala, Foreman, with his Outstanding Fieldperson Award in 2013