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Equestrian bowmaster

SAN ANTONIO – Tess Shelton, product consultant for Intertech Flooring and daughter of Teri Shelton, external business development for Materials Marketing, ranked 13 out of 22 archers competing in the South Texas Archery Riders (STAR) International Horseback Archery Competition last month....

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03/31/2017 21:02:00 | Viewed: 0

Addressing active shooter scenarios

SAN ANTONIO – What would you do if an active shooter situation suddenly emerged on the job? That is the question that speakers from ESPADA Security & Logistics recently posed to members of the American Subcontractors Association (ASA) San Antonio Chapter, National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) San Antonio Chapter, and ConstructionZone.CO....

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03/31/2017 20:59:00 | Viewed: 0

A family that fishes together

SAN ANTONIO – Sandra and Darren Rogers, Texas Parking Lots, took a spring break family vacation to Los Suenos, Costa Rica, which Sandra says was an amazing experience. –mh...

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03/31/2017 19:13:00 | Viewed: 0

Outback adventures

SAN ANTONIO – While celebrating their 34th anniversary, Craig and Teresa Noto, Quality Fence & Welding, went Down Under in February, checking off a destination that has been on their bucket list for a very long time....

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03/31/2017 19:03:00 | Viewed: 0

Working the winter festival

SAN ANTONIO – Mike Bratten, one of the owners of Beicker Consultants, took part in the Winter Festival at Universal City Park Feb. 18, which welcomes about 7,000 people every year. Selling rustic wall art, he was fundraising and accepting donations for a pitching/batting lane his son is planning for the park. –mh...

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03/31/2017 18:54:00 | Viewed: 0

Monuments to the American dream

SAN ANTONIO – Asked to oversee two federal construction projects, Kristi Villanueva, was recently in Washington D.C. for the annual task order review visits on the HJD Capital Electric projects. “For a female in construction, these projects are both exciting and challenging,” she says....

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02/27/2017 20:29:00 | Viewed: 0
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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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03/30/2017 16:12:00 | Viewed: 0

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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03/29/2017 21:49:00 | Viewed: 0

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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03/29/2017 21:24:00 | Viewed: 0

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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03/29/2017 19:21:00 | Viewed: 0