The Associated General Contractors of America has selected Alabama AGC member, Rolin Construction, Inc. as the “2021 AGC Diverse Business of the Year” award winner. Located in Atmore, Alabama, Rolin Construction specializes in commercial, retail, multifamily, hospitality, industrial, entertainment and healthcare projects. Since it was founded in 2005, Rolin Construction, Inc. has become one of the largest general contractors in South Alabama.

Rolin Construction, Inc. takes pride in their Native American heritage and their strong reputation for honesty, integrity and safety. Owner and CEO Shawn Rolin is a member of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, the only federally recognized Tribe in Alabama. Over the years, the company has remained loyal to their Native American roots by providing employment opportunities, sponsorships and benefits to their community. 

Rolin Construction, Inc. has been an active member of Alabama AGC since 2014. They have been recognized by the Mobile section for the past six years for their excellence in safety performance at the Annual Construction Safety Excellence Awards Event. Seth Smith, Vice President of Rolin Construction, Inc., currently serves as the 2021 President of the Mobile Section. He also serves on the Alabama AGC Board of Directors. Stephanie Rolin, President of Rolin Construction, Inc. serves on the Mobile Section’s Board of Directors. 

Rolin Construction’s commitment to their clients and community, tremendous business success and dedicated participation in AGC made them an outstanding candidate for the 2021 AGC Diverse Business of the Year award. 
AGC of America will present this award to Rolin Construction, Inc. at the AGC National Convention in September, 2021.