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Industry Folks – Benjamin Morales, Sales, San Antonio Masonry & Tool Supply

SAN ANTONIO – Benjamin Morales changed the course of his career when he joined the San Antonio Masonry & Tool Supply sales team on Dec. 1....

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05/04/2015 14:41:00 | Viewed: 0
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Industry Folks – Aaron Schinbeckler, Mission City Electric, IEC Apprenticeship Program

SAN ANTONIO – When Aaron Schinbeckler came to San Antonio, he had no job prospects. Now, he is a fourth year apprentice in the Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) apprenticeship program working at Mission City Electric preparing to test for his journeyman’s license in May and looking forward to graduation in June....

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04/01/2015 19:43:00 | Viewed: 0
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Industry Folks – Ryland E. “Reb” Brem Jr., Project Manager, Keller-Martin Construction

SAN ANTONIO – Most people know Ryland E. Brem Jr. by the nickname Reb, which comes from his initials, but most people might not know that he joined Keller-Martin Construction as a project manager on Nov. 17 of last year....

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Industry Folks – Angel Robles, Estimator/Project Manager, G.D. Interiors

SAN ANTONIO – Though Angel Robles started out in the construction industry as an electrician helper, he soon found his passion in the drywall and metal studs part of the industry....

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Industry Folks – Jonathan Contreras, Senior Project Engineer, Structure Tone Southwest

SAN ANTONIO – At general contractor Structure Tone Southwest, 29-year-old Jonathan Contreras is hoping to officially move into the role of project manager soon. Currently, as a senior project engineer, he performs project management duties, including budgeting, coordination and scheduling, so it will be a natural transition....

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Industry Folks – Clarence “CJ” Gore, Fabrication Shop Foreman, Comfort-Air Engineering

SAN ANTONIO –Clarence Gore, better known as CJ, just celebrated 14 years working at Comfort-Air Engineering on Feb. 12. Soon after graduating from Madison High School, Gore started at the company as a delivery driver, driving parts to jobs. In time, he moved into the sheet metal shop, and today, at 33, he runs the whole fabrication department....

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02/26/2015 19:29:00 | Viewed: 0
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Accounting - Estate and transition planning, the S Corporation

AUSTIN - S Corporation ownership transition planning must be carefully followed in order to balance the needs of the owners and preserving the S Corporation’s status. A few examples here will show methods using trusts that elect to hold S Corporation stock, using voting and nonvoting stock and a cancelling note....

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12/28/2017 12:00:00 | Viewed: 0
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Insurance - When should I bond my subcontractors?

AUSTIN - As a general contractor, the margins are tight and pretty much any extra expense is too much to bear, but there are times when bonding just a single subcontractor may be worth doing. Years ago, many large general contractors used surety bonds as their primary risk management tool. Today that has largely changed with the widespread use of Subcontractor Default Insurance (SDI). However, even though SDI has started to become available for s...

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Legal - Helping your lawyer help you in 2018

AUSTIN - As we begin a new year, I want to get you thinking about making the most out of your attorney relationship. Consider these thoughts throughout the year as you work with your attorneys....

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12/28/2017 12:00:00 | Viewed: 0
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OSHA - Outreach training program OSHA 10-hr and 30-hr cards

AUSTIN - The Outreach Training Program is a voluntary program. Its purpose is to promote workplace safety and health and to make workers more knowledgeable about workplace hazards and their rights. Outreach training does not fulfill the training requirements found in OSHA standards. Employers are responsible for providing additional training for their workers on specific hazards of their job as noted in many OSHA standards. A list of standards re...

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