ASSA ABLOY's Jan McKenzie on our changing industry ASSA ABLOY’s Jan McKenzie Global security market leader ASSA ABLOY is no stranger to designing doors. And Jan McKenzie is no stranger to connecting its customers with the opening solutions, trusted identities, entrance automation and service they need. For a person who never dreamt of selling door knobs for a living, she has spent a career being the person commercial contractors want on their side when they need answers. When Should I Replace My Attic Insulation - Mr. Roof Skip to content Lexington, KY Louisville, KY Ann Arbor, MI Grand Rapids, MI Multi-Segment Engineering Assistance - Constructech Often the value of a technology is overlooked due to the way it is presented. If it is pitched for one industry or segment of the market, other groups may pass it by even though it can be of significant value to them. Among the terms that can isolate a product is “engineering.” So ambiguous and yet so focused, engineering-labeled products can often be extremely flexible and beneficial across many disciplines. In the mechanical engineering realm, Ansys, Canonsburg, Penn., is a well-known name.
SIG Design & Technology Top Ten Roofing Design Blog Posts of 2019 It’s December and as per tradition, we’re counting down the top ten blog posts from the last twelve months. Which are the most popular posts we’ve written on our roofing design blogs this year? This year we are covering four blogs, including the new SIGA Natural Slate Knowledge Base which launched earlier in the year. Will they come out on top?
How to Find The Perfect Commercial Construction Contractor Earlier this spring, I had the opportunity to talk with Restaurant Development + Design Magazine for an article on “How to Find the Perfect Construction Partner” that just published in the July/August issue. The final piece is a great resource that’s relevant to pretty much every commercial real estate sector – not just restaurant development – and covers important points that should be on anyone’s checklist when vetting and choosing a construction partner for a commercial real estate project. As part of my interview, the reporter turned the tables on the topic and asked for my perspective on what construction firms look for in a great client. It’s an excellent point because any successful contractor-client relationship is a two-way street built on having two parties that respect each other, hold up their respective ends of the partnership, and just generally feel good about working together. 1. Be Selective in the Bidding Process
The Barberitos Way: Food. Community. People. In 2000, Downing Barber was searching for a purpose. We have all been there. With a unique set of talents and background, which included a master’s degree in international business and skills as a trained chef, his thinking quickly jumped out of the box. While living in Aspen, Colorado, he stumbled up an intoxicating delicacy that grabbed his attention—the Mission-inspired burrito. All that food inside one easy, quick, cheap meal, he once said, really appealed to him.
Pitfalls to Look Out for When Buying or Selling Your Home - Mr Roof Skip to content Lexington, KY Louisville, KY Ann Arbor, MI Grand Rapids, MI SIG Design & Technology Our Top Five Roofing Design Blog Posts of 2019 Last week we kicked off our top ten roofing design blog posts published in 2019 with numbers ten to six. Here are the top five most read roofing design blog posts this year – is your favourite at the top? We also include a bonus at the end: Cue Fluff Freeman and scroll down to find out more… 5.
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