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Shooting for recognition

SAN ANTONIO – The Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractors (PHCC) San Antonio Chapter, American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) Central Texas Chapter and American Backflow Preven-tion Association (ABPA) San Antonio Chapter gathered Mar. 9 at the National Shooting Complex for the “Protects the Health of the Nation” Shoot....

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Bringing on the heat

SAN ANTONIO – With 33 teams entering the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) South Texas Chapter’s annual Chili Cook-Off & Great Gun Raffle, the competition was as hot as the chili entries. Held in the parking lot of San Antonio Shrine Auditorium, the event offered much more than chili, with accompaniments of all kinds and refreshments. –mh...

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Their time to shine

SAN ANTONIO – The American Subcontractors Association (ASA) San Antonio Chapter hosted its 22nd annual Excellence in Construction Awards Banquet Mar. 2 at Pearl Stable. In addition to acknowledging honorees, attendees enjoyed dinner by Heavenly Gourmet and entertainment by the Johnson High School Jazz Band. –mh...

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Contractors ante up

SAN ANTONIO – Members of the Hispanic Contractors Association (HCA) de San Antonio put all their chips on the table for the association’s annual Casino Night Mar. 2 at Aggie Park. With around 125 in attendance, the event features plenty of casino games, food, drinks, a DJ, a silent auction, a jewelry station, an Oakley representative offering sunglasses for half off the retail price, and a shoe shine station. –mh...

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The taste of victory

SAN ANTONIO – Things heated up at Alterman when the electrical contractor hosted the Associated General Contractors (AGC) San Antonio Chapter’s 14th annual Salsa Taste-Off Feb. 23. The sun was as hot as some of the salsa, but there were refreshments to keep everyone cool, and music and a photo booth to keep everyone entertained. –mh...

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Hard hats and heels

SAN ANTONIO – The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) reminds us that the industry isn’t just for boys anymore. The girls have been holding their own more than ever before! And Women in Construction (WIC) Week, Mar. 4-11, was a chance for NAWIC members to celebrate their presence in and contributions to the construction community....

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Here comes the pitch!

AUSTIN – HOLT Ventures, the investment arm of heavy equipment dealer HOLT CAT, hosted its first-ever SXSW Industrial Pitch Competition Mar. 14 at the SXSW Startup Village in Austin. Three Texas companies made it to the finals, and one of them won in its category....

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On their oath

AUSTIN – Texas Statewide Construction Credit Group swore in its new board of directors during a general meeting in Austin. Taking their vows were Lori J Drake, president/chairman; Austin LaFaille, CBA
vice president;
 Tami Gardner Behner, secretary ;
and Belinda Miller Haynes, treasurer. Committee chairs also took on their roles at the ceremony, including
 Stephen Wilson,
New Member Orientation; Joel N Gloria Macias,
Programs and ...

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Viva Las Vegas!

DALLAS/FORT WORTH – Several National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA) members represented Texas at the NUCA National Convention. Hosted in Las Vegas Mar. 4-6 at the Palms Resort and Casino, attendees enjoyed educational sessions, speakers, team building challenges, and the legendary food! –mjm...

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Following a new lead

SAN ANTONIO – As of the annual shareholder meeting Mar. 3, Bartlett Cocke General Contractors implemented planned changes in leadership. Jerry Hoog transitioned into the role of president and CEO, as Harry Moeller, former president, retired. Randy Pawelek transitioned from chairman to executive chairman....

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