Barton Malow Executive Receives Humanitarian Award from Engineering Society of Detroit

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Ben Maibach III receiving award from Daniel E. Nicholson
Maibach (right) accepts the Horace H. Rackham Humanitarian Award from Daniel E. Nicholson, president of the society and vice president of global electrification, controls, software, and electronic hardware for General Motors Co. // Photo courtesy of Barton Malow Co.

Ben Maibach III, chief community officer of Barton Malow Co., was awarded the Horace H. Rackham Humanitarian Award from the Engineering Society of Detroit. Maibach previously served for 30 years as president and CEO of Barton Malow.

Barton Malow is a fourth-generation family-owned construction services company. Its projects include the Little Caesars Arena and Shinola Hotel.

The award is the society’s highest honor and has been awarded since 1975. It is given for outstanding humanitarian achievements.

Maibach accepted the award from Daniel E. Nicholson, president of the society and vice president of global electrification, controls, software, and electronic hardware for General Motors Co.

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