Cherokee County resident Bobby Touhy of Civil Site Services, Inc. was recently named Member of the Year by the Georgia Utility Contractors Association, Inc.

The honor was presented at the 2020 GUCA Annual Conference in Amelia Island, Florida. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp also gave Touhy a commendation for his work and this award.

“GUCA contractor members are the backbone and foundation of the Association and the driving force behind the utility construction industry. This year, Bobby Touhy, Civil Site Services, Inc., represents the GUCA Contractor of the Year who has risen to the occasion through his impeccable work ethic and commitment to GUCA and the utility construction industry,” GUCA Executive Director Consiglio said.

Touhy graduated from Etowah High School and upon graduation, began learning grading and the utility trade through on-the-job training and hands-on experience. By 1990, he co-founded T.C.B. Construction, Inc., specializing in small commercial grading and underground utility projects. In 2001, Touhy earned a Utility Manager’s License. He is now president of Civil Site Services, a utility contractor specializing in commercial development, multi-family housing and school projects.

“My affiliation with GUCA has been a very rewarding experience and I have been honored to develop meaningful relationships with so many leaders in the utility construction industry,” Touhy said.

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