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A charitable first

SAN ANTONIO - Alterman held its first annual charitable sporting clay shoot Nov. 17 at the National Shooting Complex to benefit the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association. -cmw...

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Not just fences

SAN ANTONIO - Growing up on a ranch in a ranching community, Beau Carroll built a lot of fences as a young lad. It was only natural that Beau would continue building fences right out of high school before starting Circle C Services with his dad, Kelly Carroll....

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Holiday wishes with appreciation

SAN ANTONIO - Joeris General Contractors’ 50th anniversary year-long celebration closed with a bang Nov. 30. Full of holiday spirit, the 50-year-old company went all out to for the final stage of their company’s celebration by hosting a holiday party for their industry partners; showing them appreciation for their contribution and support over the past 50-years. -cmw...

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Automatic decision

SAN ANTONIO - One day you wake up and you decide, today I’m going to take the bull by the horn. Not knowing whether or not that bull is going to let you ride or not, but you’re going to do it. For Amy and Bryce Ronek that is exactly what they did....

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What’s in a name?

SAN ANTONIO - Growing up in construction as a young man, it is only natural that one would seek construction as a profession. Knowing exactly what you want to do in construction is an additional bonus.Guadalupe “Lupe” de Leon Navarro was a young boy approaching his teen years when his dad started a roofing company in 1968. He worked with his dad learning the ins and outs of construction and roofing in the summers during his school years. A...

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90 years of building visions

SAN ANTONIO - In the early 1900s, Louis Guido and his father came to America from Italy looking for work after earthquakes left Italy impoverished. They made the journey several times until a young 16-year-old Louis told his father he wanted to stay in America. Louis stayed America earning his citizenship after serving in WWI....

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Hitting the slopes

AUSTIN - Construction News’ Dana Calonge shared this photo of her and husband Dick in Breckenridge, CO where the two escaped to celebrate Dana’s birthday. -cmw...

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Accounting - New year, new ideas for recruiting and retaining employees in the construction industry

AUSTIN - For the U.S. economy, the positive signs continue: unemployment rates are at historic lows, consumer spending is increasing, the stock market–while volatile at times–continues to set new records and optimism is at an all-time high....

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Legal - Effective emergency planning critical to managing OSHA investigations and rising incident penalties

AUSTIN - The stated purpose of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is to “assure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance.” OSHA has promulgated various standards to create rules employers must use to protect their employees from hazards....

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Insurance - Managing your fleet exposures - driver qualifications

AUSTIN - What is the biggest risk for your operations? A worker injury, a big liability claim, a large property loss?...

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