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2008 SHARP Recipients

Act Corporation

Demonstrating above that every employee, client, family member and partner is vital to its success, Act Corporation is a community mental health center.

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Advanced Sawmill Machinery

Advanced Sawmill Machinery fabricates sawmill components as replacement parts that have no original design or were made 60 years ago by a blacksmith.

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Aluma Tower Company

For lightweight aluminum towers used for emergency-temporary communications, site surveys, testing, monitoring, sampling, data collection, wireless data transfer and numerous other applications, Vero Beach’s Aluma Tower Company Inc., is the nation’s leading manufacturer

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BAE Systems

The BAE Systems facility, formerly known as Aerospace Integration Corporation, creates aircraft parts and equipment.

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Balfour Beatty Construction

Balfour Beatty Construction may be a world leader in building hospitals, hotels, schools and airports, but its Plantation, Florida, office realizes that without its employees, they couldn’t build a thing.

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Beall's Distribution and Transportation

Beall’s, Inc., is the parent company for Beall’s Department Stores, Beall’s Outlet Stores and Burke’s Outlet Stores.

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Canterbury Tower

Canterbury Tower is a continuous care retirement community (CCRC) offering a life care approach. Its 60-bed nursing facility provides restorative and rehabilitative health services.

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Cast-Crete Corporation

Founded in 1955 with five employees producing a single product line of precast sills, Cast-Crete, Inc. has come a long way.

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Chenega Integrated Systems

The Panama City office of Chenega Integrated Systems assembles electrical panels for military vehicles and provides mechanical assembly for vehicle components.

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Coreslab Structures of Orlando, Inc.

Coreslab Structures is a manufacturer of precast, prestressed concrete products and hollowcore slabs used in the construction of some of the world’s most high-profile buildings.

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