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Sands of art

HOUSTON - If you didn’t go down to Galveston Aug. 25, you missed out! The American Institute of Architects (AIA) hosted their 32nd Annual Sandcastle Competition on Galveston’s East Beach. Over 20,000 spectators converged to witness works of art come to life in just a matter of a few hours. Judging of the sculptures was based on originality, artistic execution, technical difficulty, carving techniques, and utilization of the site with all part...

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PAC n’ clays

HOUSTON - Pull out your shotguns, its time to get ready for the upcoming dove hunting season. The Texas Construction Association (TCA) hosted their annual PAC fundraiser clay shoot on Aug. 21 at the Greater Houston Gun Club. Guests were treated to a barbeque dinner following a day of competitive shooting. -cmw...

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Beach fiesta time

HOUSTON - Over 300 members of the American Subcontractors Association (ASA) and their guests enjoyed free food and drinks and a chance to escape the hot summer sun on Aug. 25 for the ASA’s 12th annual Fiesta on the Beach at the American Institute of Architecture’s (AIA) annual sandcastle competition. -cmw...

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Place your bet!

HOUSTON - It was gambling time for the Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) Aug. 10. The association hosted a casino night for its members and guests with a huge success. Over 200 guests were in attendance. IEC collected school supplies for the VFW 8790 during the event who donated the supplies to families of veterans in need. –cmw...

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Hook, line & winner

HOUSTON - The Texas Society of Professional Surveyors (TSPS) Alamo Chapter 11 in conjunction the Coast Bend Chapter 12 held their 13th Annual Hook, Line and Surveyor fishing tournament at Redfish Bay & Boathouse in Aransas Pass. All proceeds from the event benefit the chapters’ scholarship funds. Prizes were awarded to the 1st, 2nd, 5th and 8th place winners of each boat for heaviest stringer. -cmw...

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NAWIC bowls

HOUSTON - Members of the Houston Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) gathered for the chapter’s NAWIC Bowls fundraising event on Jul. 20 at Copperfield Bowl. The event was a huge success and a fun-filled evening for all. –cmw...

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Focus - Resurrecting HS training

DALLAS/FT WORTH - A 4th generation Texan, State Representative Keith Bell resides in Forney, TX. Before being elected to represent House District 4 in November 2018, Bell served as a trustee on the Forney ISD School Board for 20 years; elected as president 14 times. He has been in the electrical field since 1976 and founded Intex Electrical Contractors Inc. in November 1983 and serves as CEO/President. A serial entrepreneur, he has owned and oper...

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Focus - Electrical contractors positioned to thrive

SAN ANTONIO - Electrical contractors are well positioned to thrive in today’s economy, but there are additional challenges to overcome in the years ahead. An overarching issue facing the electrical construction industry is a protracted worker shortage at all levels due to market demands. Challenges of innovation and generational change are forcing contractors to adjust to a shifting landscape....

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Focus - Parking downtown

AUSTIN - Incorporated in 2009 by two native Austinites, Edge Electric Inc. is proud to take part in the growth of their eccentric city. Over the past 10 years, they have taken time to build a structured environment and invest in a quality team, which has afforded them the capability to complete high profile projects within required budgets and timelines. Maintaining the “quality over quantity” mindset has allowed Edge Electric to build s...

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Focus - More efficient energy practices

HOUSTON - Allied Electric in Beaumont was formed in 1975. When Matt Rokovich was 16 years old, he went to work there and started out as a shop/delivery driver. Allied Electric later branched out to the Houston market. Rokovich became a co-owner alongside the person that trained him who passed away in a tragic helicopter accident in 2012....

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