South Carolina Fellow Frank Elmore Inducted into Carolinas Associated General Contractors Hall of Fame
Founding shareholder Frank Elmore of Elmore Goldsmith, P.A. was one of five inaugural Class of 2016 Hall of Fame inductees at the Carolinas Associated General Contractors Annual Divisions Conference and Construction Industry Summit held on Hilton Head Island.
To be considered for this award, the nominee must be a past or present CAGC member, be at least 50 years old, and have at least 15 years of active involvement in the CAGC and the construction industry. Considerations for “active involvement” include: time and energy, ideas and processes, sponsorship and support of CAGC events and programs, attendance at CAGC events, service on board and committees and other leadership roles, advocate for NC/SC PACs, advocate and supporter of CAGC Foundation, and civic and community investments. Elmore was the first attorney associate member of Carolinas AGC more than 30 years ago.
Elmore said “to be associated with Carolinas AGC is an honor. To be recognized in this manner with the icons of the construction industry in the Carolinas is overwhelming.”
About Elmore Goldsmith:
Elmore Goldsmith, P.A. is nationally recognized in the construction industry for excellence and commitment to representing clients in all aspects of construction matters. Located in Greenville, South Carolina, the firm focuses on construction, surety law and complex litigation throughout the Southeast. Serving a regional clientele that includes contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, developers and sureties, the firm emphasizes prompt, efficient service delivered by developing long-term client relationships. For more information, visit www.elmoregoldsmith.com.