Cooper Construction Wins Best Of Category

VP Buildings Announces 2015 Hall of Fame Award Winners

Varco Pruden’s 2015 Hall of Fame list includes an outstanding group of winners.

MEMPHIS, TN, July 8, 2015 – Varco Pruden Buildings today announced its 2015 Hall of Fame winners. This annual competition recognizes top projects by Varco Pruden (VP) builders that display innovation and excellence through the integration of VP building systems, products, architectural appearance, end use and design.

A total of 56 winners out of 123 entries in 14 different building categories are included in this year’s Hall of Fame Awards.

“The VP Hall of Fame awards recognize remarkable building projects,” said Doug Yancey, Varco Pruden’s advertising manager and Hall of Fame coordinator. “Varco Pruden partners with some of the best builders in the industry. These outstanding facilities speak volumes about our builders’ levels of expertise,” said Yancey.

“This year’s competition produced some impressive examples of the capabilities of our builder network,” said Jim Peckham, marketing manager at Varco Pruden. “Our building systems can meet the needs of virtually any commercial or industrial end-use. The list of winning projects shows the range of size, shape and architectural complexity that can be accomplished by our authorized builders and VP products.”

This year’s Best of Category winner for the Agricultural Division was Cooper Construction Company, Inc. for Burntshirt Vineyards.


About Varco Pruden Buildings:

Varco Pruden Buildings is a division of BlueScope Buildings North America, Inc. Through advanced engineering and proprietary building products, Varco Pruden provides innovative steel building solutions worldwide for low-rise commercial and industrial applications – including offices, warehouses, schools, manufacturing and retail projects. Headquartered in Memphis, Tenn., Varco Pruden markets its products through a network of more than 1,000 authorized builders within the United States and Canada. Varco Pruden is a member of the MBMA, CSSBI and the USGBC. For additional information, visit