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New office in the corridor

SAN ANTONIO - When Cadence McShane Construction opened an office in San Antonio in 2015, they could not have imagined how much they would grow in San Antonio in just a few short years. “Central Texas for us is Austin, San Antonio and the entire I-35 corridor in between....

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Santa’s helper

SAN ANTONIO - It seemed to be the biggest party in town as bus, after bus, after bus rolled in filled with people from the construction industry excited to party at Alterman Inc. for their annual Christmas Open House....

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Woodlands Christmas cheer

SAN ANTONIO - From humble beginnings at Retama Park, the Construct-A-Kid’s Christmas Gala continues to share Christmas cheer. This year’s “A Woodland Christmas” theme brought warmth into the hearts of over 1,000 people who gathered at the Freeman Coliseum for the 18th annual gala held on Dec 6....

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In memoriam - Gerald (Jerry) Elmer Gueldner

SAN ANTONIO - Gerald (Jerry) Elmer Gueldner passed away Nov. 19. He was 88 years old. He graduated a Central Catholic High School, class of ’48 graduate. He enrolled at San Antonio College and later enlisted in the Army National Guard, where he retired as a Major. He became a master electrician during his employment with Nathan Alterman Electric Company. He later joined his brother John Gueldner at Gueldner Electric Company....

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40 years of not working

AUSTIN - A young man of 14 getting ready to start high school usually only has one or two things on his mind. Likewise, a father with a daughter preparing to start high school has only one thing dominating his thoughts as well....

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Alphabet group

SAN ANTONIO - Construction brought John Alvarez to San Antonio and he hopes construction – especially commercial – will be keeping him in the Alamo City for years to come....

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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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