W. Mac Ware, instructor and internship coordinator for the Construction Systems Management Program in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering at The Ohio State University has been selected as the 64th recipient of the BX Cornerstone Award.
Ware was selected based on his leadership contributions to the community, the industry and the Exchange. Considered to be the highest honor presented in the central Ohio construction industry, the Cornerstone Award has been given annually since 1954.
A BX member since the mid-80s, Ware served on the board of directors for 10 years, and was president in 2008. He also served on the BX Foundation board of directors from 2007-2009.
His involvement at the Exchange includes participation in the BX Student Outreach Program and as an instructor for A Layman’s Look at Construction and Estimating and Bid Preparation courses. Ware has also served on the board nominating committee, safety awards review committee and BX golf committee. He received the BX President’s Award in 1994 and the BX Gold Coat Award in 2009 for membership recruitment.
In addition to his BX involvement, Ware is very active in the community, having served as a member or volunteer for many local charities and organizations.
Ware was selected to receive the Cornerstone Award by the BX board of directors, based on an initial review by the BX Cornerstone Award review committee. The recipient is chosen based on the following achievements: BX Involvement, Industry Involvement, Industry Impact, Community Involvement and Years of Service to the Industry.
The Cornerstone Award will officially be presented to Ware during the 126th BX Annual Meeting on Thursday, Nov. 15 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center.
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