Septagon Industries receives cumulative sales award from Butler

May 17, 2011

in Business

Jack McIntosh is pictured holding eagle award at Butler’s 2011 National Sales Meeting.

On behalf of the Septagon Construction companies, Jack McIntosh, former president of Septagon Industries, accepted an award from Butler Manufacturing™ at their 2011 national sales meeting for reaching the cumulative sales level of one hundred and sixty million dollars. This is the first award of this magnitude to be presented to a builder during the course of Butler’s 110 years in business.

According to Stace Anderson, president of Septagon Industries, Inc., Septagon Construction’s purchases of Butler products make Septagon the largest volume customer in Butler’s history. Additionally, Butler recognized McIntosh and his wife, Mary, for their contributions to both Butler and Septagon throughout his many years of leadership for Septagon.

This award was presented by Dennis Hainley, Midwest Regional General Manager, and Terry Blank, Midwest Regional Sales Manager, at Butler’s 2011 national sales meeting.

Recently completed local projects using Butler building components include ProEnergy Services, WireCo World Group, Cole Camp Schools, Capri Packaging, Warrensburg Cycle and Marshall Civic Center.

Septagon Construction provides design-build general contracting and construction management services to clients in Missouri and Iowa and has been affiliated with Butler for over 60 years. Butler Manufacturing, a division of BlueScope Buildings North America, Inc., is the world leader in the development and manufacture of metal building systems.

Septagon Construction’s corporate office is located in Sedalia, with three other Missouri facilities located in Jefferson City, Columbia and Osage Beach. Septagon’s Iowa facilities are located in Des Moines and Cedar Rapids. For more information on services offered by Septagon Construction, call 660-827-5955 or visit our website at

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