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We are again very excited to announce that Greiner Buildings has won four more Building Of The Year Awards from the National Frame Builders Association.  This is the 4th year in a row that Greiner Buildings has been honored with first place awards.  This is a competition that pits post-frame builders against each other from across the country.  Greiner Buildings has won first place in the agricultural workshop division with Mike Birkinbine’s shop.  Greiner Buildings also won first place in the commercial buildings division for Jason & Holly Burgin’s building and won the residential buildings category with John & Amy Marshall’s home.  Finally, Greiner Buildings won first place in the hobby shop division with G & Terri Walker’s building.

All four award winning buildings are prime examples of the benefits post-frame construction can offer.  Allowing customers to build a larger building with every bit of utility compared to other types of construction.


Category: Agricultural Storage/Workshops

Built for: Mike Birkinbine


Category: Commercial Buildings 5,000-10,000 sq. ft.

Built for: Jason & Holly Burgin


Category: Hobby Shops

Built for: G & Terri Walker


Category: Residential Buildings

Built for: John & Amy Marshall

Greiner Buildings - Company Overview:

Since 1985, Greiner Buildings located in Washington, IA has been exceeding our customers' expectations with custom pole buildings and steel buildings that are as unique as each of their needs.  Each building is constructed with impeccable craftsmanship using innovative and progressive strategies with high quality materials.  We provide a stress-free design process utilizing industry leading 3D modeling techniques to bring our customers vision to life.

Greiner Buildings


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