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Now viewing articles posted in 2014.
December 23rd, 2014 by Ashley Buckley
After leading C.E. Floyd Company through 25 years of growth, Chuck Floyd has decided to move to the role of Chairman and hand the President position over to his son, Chris Floyd, effective January 1, 2015.
December 16th, 2014 by Catie McMenamin
We’re looking for a LEED Silver project designed and built using BIM. CDs come out 1/9 for a GMP bid due 1/30.
If you’re not familiar with construction jargon, this sentence might leave you scratching your head. We use a lot of acronyms in the Construction industry. Here are 14 every owner should know.
December 2nd, 2014 by Jeff Palmer
The other General Contractors who submitted proposals for the Middle School addition and renovation told Fairfield Country Day School the project couldn’t be done. We were the lone contractor who committed to meeting the schedule. We did it!
November 4th, 2014
“Oh no,” is a common reaction when owners and architects hear the phrase value engineering. However, the intent is not to ruin the design of the project; the intent is to maximize the project’s value. When done correctly, value engineering is a positive process for your construction project.
October 28th, 2014 by Catie McMenamin
Chuck Tobin and Joe McCoy have returned from Nashville and the LeadingAge 2014 Annual Meeting. They were entertained by The Band Perry, Delta Rae and Ashley Campbell. They watched the documentary I’ll Be Me about Glen Campbell’s struggle with Alzheimer’s. They heard speeches from Simon Sinek and Ellen Langer. Sounds like a tough few days!
October 21st, 2014 by Catie McMenamin
When you decide to paint a room in your house, do you just pick out a color and start painting? Probably not. Most likely, you go to the store, get samples of two or three colors and try them on the wall at your house. After seeing them on the wall, you go back to the store and buy the color you want.
If you try out different colors just to paint a room in your house, what would you hope a contractor does to ensure quality on a new building or addition?