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A good connection

HOUSTON - JDI Cabling LLC has been in business for 17 years, specializing in infrastructure cabling, electrical, and fiber optics. The company’s field technicians have skillsets that allow them to perform a number of tasks pertaining to the telecommunication industry....

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In memoriam - Dinesh Dhansukhial Ghia

HOUSTON - Dinesh Dhansukhial Ghia passed away May 20. He was a beloved friend, colleague and mentor to many in the Houston construction community, and a member of the Gilbane family for 40 years....

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Party time bayou style

HOUSTON - Everyone likes a little appreciation now and then, and the folks at SpawGlass Contractors know this all too well. On Apr. 12, SpawGlass treated their clients, owners and subcontractors to their annual Bayou Bash. Over 300 people were in attendance. -cmw...

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Mural of the story

HOUSTON - Even as a little boy, muralist Tom Renick enjoyed art in a big way. “When I was in the first grade, teachers would give us drawing assignments and, strangely enough, I would tape a bunch of sheets of paper together so that I would have a really large sheet,” Renick remembers with a laugh. “I was the only kid in the room that did it! I always tried to do it big.”...

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Fish-tricity

HOUSTON - The Independent Electrical Contractors’ (IEC) Texas Gulf Coast’s fishing tournament was a great success this year with 52 boats participating! The Captain’s party was held at the Monument Inn in La Porte May 9. The weigh-in was held at Topwater Grill in San Leon May 11. –cmw...

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05/31/2018 15:36:00 | Viewed: 0
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Painting himself out of a corner

HOUSTON - The way Tito C. Perez spent his days more than 20 years ago was simply “criminal” – Perez’s full-time job was as a prison guard for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Employed but unfulfilled, Perez found himself wishing he could trade prisoners’ brushes with the law for some brushes with paint....

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Focus - Embracing staffing & technology challenges

DALLAS/FT WORTH - It’s a good time to be in construction and engineering/ architectural design in Texas....

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10/29/2018 17:01:00 | Viewed: 0
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Focus - Growing with growth

SAN ANTONIO - Jason Puchot holds a degree in Evidence Based Design from Texas A&M University. He is a Board Certified Healthcare Architect and has specialized in healthcare design since 2002....

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Legal - Design defects threaten Texas contractors

SAN ANTONIO - Many Texas contractors wrongly assume they have no responsibility for errors or omissions in plans and specifications. To the contrary, Texas courts have held contractors – not owners – bear the risk and liability of deficient plans when the contract is silent on the issue....

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Insurance - Litigious personal injury (PI) attorney-driven climate on commercial auto – Must address directly with your driver group

SAN ANTONIO - Have you seen your Auto rates steadily increasing over the last several years? You are not alone, it’s happening on all commercial insurance accounts across the board regardless of your own individual account’s auto experience – an 8% bump, 10% bump, even 15% or more are becoming more and more common!...

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