BIG STONE GAP, Va. — A Southwest Virginia construction company won the project of the year award for the third time in four years from the Associated General Contractors of Tennessee, Tri-Cities Branch.

Quesenberry Construction, a general contractor and construction manager, won the award for the Daniel Boone Wilderness Trail Interpretive Center in Duffield, Virginia.

The interpretive center is a 10,000-square-foot facility located a few hundred yards from the original trail footpath. It houses a number of exhibits related to the wilderness trail, a library, meeting space and theater.

The division two award, presented for projects $2.5 million and more, was presented during an awards banquet on March 26 in Johnson City, Tennessee.

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