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Industry Folks - Aaron Schrandt, Hard Rock Directional Drilling LLC

SAN ANTONIO - This Texas-native is no stranger to the outdoors, or underground construction for that matter. Aaron was born in Houston and six months later moved to the panhandle of Texas. After shuffling around in different towns his family and him settled in Hereford, TX....

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Industry Folks - Ray Fehner, KCM Cabinets Inc

SAN ANTONIO - Born and raised in the small Texas town of Cuero, just a short 100 miles east of San Antonio, Ray Fehner attended and graduated from Cuero High School. Upon graduation, he joined the Army National Guard. After completing his training, he returned home and attended Victoria College where he obtained his Associate’s degree in Art....

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11/29/2018 12:00:00 | Viewed: 0
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Industry Folks - Arnold Andrade, South Texas Solar Systems

SAN ANTONIO - Arnold loves his city of San Antonio and the solar industry. At 26-years-old he has already accomplished a few education and career goals. Arnold was born and raised in San Antonio. He graduated from G.W. Brackenridge High School and received an associate’s degree in architecture from San Antonio Community College....

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Industry Folks - Cory Smith, Circle “C” Millwork

SAN ANTONIO - He is a son, husband and now father. Before Cory Smith was a lead estimator and project manager, he was a student at La Vernia High School and graduated with the class of 2007....

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09/27/2018 19:00:00 | Viewed: 0
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Industry Folks - Brittany Holmes, Big City Access

SAN ANTONIO - Born and raised on the east side, about a good stone’s throw from the Wheatley Courts, Brittany is an incredible woman. As she puts it, growing up there was not a walk in the park....

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08/28/2018 17:00:00 | Viewed: 0
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Industry Folks - Dylan Howell, Alpha Testing

SAN ANTONIO - Dylan Howell, like many others in the construction industry, began his construction career after college doing inside sales for a local construction aggregate company. It wasn’t long after that he graduated to outside sales and business development for Alpha Testing....

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07/27/2018 11:02:00 | Viewed: 0
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Focus - Continued healthy growth

AUSTIN - As Chief Executive Officer of Metropolitan Contracting Company, Feigenbaum brings over 25 years of construction experience. She is responsible for strategic planning, employee and leadership development, operations, and profitability. She oversees all hiring/recruitment decisions, project selection and ensures that client expectations are being satisfied and all projects are completed safely and in a timely manner....

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Focus - What’s in Store for Construction in 2019

AUSTIN - It would be easy to argue that U.S. economic performance in 2018 was better than it has been in 13 years. While there has been abundant negativity this past year regarding the propriety of tariffs, trade skirmishes, abandonment of various treaties, shifting immigration policy, recently announced layoffs at GM, and rapidly expanding national debt, there can be little debate regarding whether near-term economic performance has been solid....

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OSHA - OSHA’s best kept secret

AUSTIN - OSHA’s best kept secret is the OSHA Consultation Program provided by the Texas Department of Insurance. This no-cost safety and health consultation program is completely separate from the OSHA inspection effort. Primarily targeted for smaller businesses, employers can find out about potential hazards at their workplace, improve programs that are already in place, and even qualify for a one-year exemption from routine OSHA inspections....

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Legal - Beware factors and assignment of pay application proceeds

AUSTIN - As the construction market in Texas continues its explosive activity, more and more new contractors or subcontractors are entering the arena. Many of these new businesses are inadequately capitalized and may need to resort to assignment of receivables in order to cover their cash flow needs, month to month. An example is as follows:...

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