Construction Company – IFAWPCA http://ifawpca.org/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 02:43:13 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://ifawpca.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-1-150x150.png Construction Company – IFAWPCA http://ifawpca.org/ 32 32 Work on the new Fern Hollow Bridge is progressing rapidly https://ifawpca.org/work-on-the-new-fern-hollow-bridge-is-progressing-rapidly/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 00:44:00 +0000 https://ifawpca.org/work-on-the-new-fern-hollow-bridge-is-progressing-rapidly/ DO NOT SEE EVERY DAY. I’M ACTUALLY STANDING ON THE HELLO FRONT DECK. WHICH IS BEING REBUILT AFTER A COLLAPSED RETURN IN JANUARY. >> THE WIDELY TRAVELED FOR A HELLO BRIDGE THAT COLLAPSED TO THE GROUND NEARLY – NEARLY A YEAR AGO IS ON FAST TRACK TO BE REBUILT. THE BRIDGE CONNECTING THE SQUIRREL HILL […]]]>

DO NOT SEE EVERY DAY. I’M ACTUALLY STANDING ON THE HELLO FRONT DECK. WHICH IS BEING REBUILT AFTER A COLLAPSED RETURN IN JANUARY. >> THE WIDELY TRAVELED FOR A HELLO BRIDGE THAT COLLAPSED TO THE GROUND NEARLY – NEARLY A YEAR AGO IS ON FAST TRACK TO BE REBUILT. THE BRIDGE CONNECTING THE SQUIRREL HILL NEIGHBORHOODS COLLAPSED IN JANUARY, INJURING DRIVERS AND WRITERS ON THE PITTSBURGH REGIONAL TRANSIT BUS, ON THE SAME DAY PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN VISITS THE CITY TO TALK ABOUT INFRASTRUCTURE. NOW THE PRESIDENT’S PLAN HOPE TO REBUILD THE BRIDGE. WITHOUT THE INFRASTRUCTURE ACT, I AM NOT SURE IF THIS PROJECT COULD HAVE BEEN REBUILT OR WHEN. WE ARE VERY LUCKY THAT THE BILL WAS PASSED. >>THIS IS THE DISTRICT EXECUTIVE FOR PENNDOT 11. SHE SAYS THE MONEY WAS NOT USED DIRECTLY FROM THE BILL BUT INSTEAD FUNDS ALLOCATED FOR ANOTHER BRIDGE ARE HELPING TO REBUILD THE FOR A BRIDGE HELLO AND THE MONEY WILL BE REPLACED BY THE PRESIDENT AND FOR THE STRUCTURE PLAN. >> HOW MUCH WILL IT COST? WHY SWEAR EXPECTING TO STAY OUT OF THE 5 BILLION TOY. WHAT IS THE PROJECT HAS ONE OF THE BEST FOR ITS DESIGN COMPANIES IN THE COUNTRY. ALSO, ONE OF THE BEST CONTRACT COMPANIES IN THE AREA. THEY ARE WORKING WITH THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH PLUS PENNDOT DEPARTMENT OF MOBILITY AND INFRASTRUCTURE TO QUICKLY BUILD A BRIDGE THAT WILL LAST FOR A CENTURY. THEY REALLY DEMONSTRATE WHAT CAN HAPPEN WHEN ALL FORCES ARE PUT IN ONE PLACE. >> I HAVE NEVER SEEN A PROJECT GO SO FAST. OF THIS MAGNITUDE AND CAPACITY. >> YOU REALLY SAVE A LOT OF TIME IN THE DESIGN PROCESS. NORMALLY YOU HAVE A PROCESS THAT BEGINS WITH AN INQUIRY HERE. THESE STEPS WERE ALL COMBINED AND THEY SELECT A CONTRACTOR AND IT IS OUT THE SAME DAY. >> THEY CUT ABOUT THREE YEARS. ERIC IS DUMMY’S CHIEF ENGINEER. HE WATCHES WHAT HE ENVISAGED BECOME REALITY AND IS CONFIDENT THAT THE BRIDGE WILL BE SAVED. >> THIS BRIDGE MEETS ALL MODERN SAFETY STANDARDS, MODERN DESIGN LOADS, IT’S DESIGNED FOR TODAY’S TRAFFIC, IT’S DESIGNED FOR YOUR LIFE. >> IMAGINE ASSEMBLING A PUZZLE THAT THE PIECES ARE IN FRONT OF YOU. THIS IS LIKE — IT’S LIKE WORKING ON THIS PLAN. PENNDOT SAYS THEY WOULD NORMALLY TAKE SIX TO NINE MONTHS OR MORE BUT THEY WERE IN PITTSBURGH. PENNDOT SAYS THE MATERIALS HAVE BEEN TESTED AND APPROVED. >> WHAT HAPPENS BEFORE DRIVERS CAN TRAVEL ALONG THE HOLUB RICH FERN AGAIN? PENNDOT SAYS CREWS WILL INSTALLING STEEL GUARDRAILS AND ROADS TO THE BRIDGE DOING THEIR OWN RENOVATION. >> PART OF OUR PROJECT IS THAT THE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE ROAD OF APPROXIMATELY 485 PET – FEET ON THIS SIDE OF THE BRIDGE WILL BE REBUILT AND APPROXIMATELY 200 FEET OF PAVING WILL BE DONE ON THE SIDE OF THE BRIDGE. >> NEXT YEAR A PEDESTRIAN CROSSING AND OTHER BEAUTY PIECES WILL BEGIN. THE GOAL IS TO SOON OPEN TWO LANES OF THE FOUR-LANE BRIDGE. >> AS YOU CAN SEE, THE WORK IS STILL IN PROGRESS. PENNDOT SAYS DRIVERS WILL BE ABLE TO CROSS THE HELLO BRIDGE FRONT UNTIL THE END O

Reconstruction of Pittsburgh’s Fern Hollow Bridge is advancing rapidly

The busy Fern Hollow Bridge, which connected Pittsburgh’s Regent Square and Squirrel Hill neighborhoods, collapsed in January, injuring drivers and passengers on a Pittsburgh regional transit bus. It happened the same day President Joe Biden visited the city to speak on infrastructure. Nearly a year later, the president’s plan helps rebuild the bridge. District 11. “It may have taken a few years, or another project elsewhere would have been sacrificed, so we’re very lucky the bill passed.” Moon-Sirianni said the money was not used directly from the bill, but instead funds allocated for another bridge are helping to rebuild the Fern Hollow Bridge. She said the money will be replaced by Biden’s infrastructure plan. Pittsburgh-based Action News 4 reporter Chandi Chapman asked, “So how much do you think this is all going to cost?” Moon-Sirianni replied, “Well, we’re hoping to stay under $25 million. They’re working with the City of Pittsburgh’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure, as well as PennDOT, to quickly build a bridge that, according to them, will last a century. They really demonstrate what can happen when all the forces come together in one place to complete a project,” said Kim Lucas, director of Pittsburgh’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure. -Sirianni: “It’s going to be done by the end of the year, isn’t it?” She replied, “Yes, so in my career, from the beginning, from the conception of the project, from start to finish, I have never seen a project go so fast, of this magnitude and this complexity. the timeline, Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 wondered how such a big project is moving so fast. “We really slashed a lot of time in the design process,” Moon-Sirianni said. “Normally you have a very linear process that starts with preliminary engineering study, final design, then tender. These steps were all combined and we selected a contractor and a consultant on the same day.” This process design took about three years, she said. Eric Setzler, the chief engineer of the city’s mobility and infrastructure department, is watching what he envisions become reality and is confident the bridge will be safe. “This bridge, like any new bridge we build, meets all modern safety standards, modern design look. It is designed for today’s traffic. It is truly designed for a lifetime 100 years,” Setzler said. Imagine piecing together a puzzle without the image in front of you. That’s what it was like for the construction crews working on the fast-paced plan. PennDOT said they normally would have taken six to nine months or more, but the beams were in Pittsburgh in three months.PennDOT said the materials were tested and approved, the hillsides were analyzed, and proper safety protocols were followed. was the first crew to stand on the Fern Hollow Bridge safely to give viewers an update on its status. So what’s next before drivers can travel along the bridge? PennDOT said that crews will be installing steel guardrails and the roads leading to the span are undergoing their own transformations. side of the bridge will be rebuilt, and approximately 200 feet of paving will be done on that side of the bridge, all of which will need to be completed before the project is complete,” Moon-Sirianni said. Next year, a crosswalk and other beautification portions near Frick Park will begin. Moon-Sirianni said the goal is to open two lanes of the four-lane bridge by the end of the year.

The busy Fern Hollow Bridge, which connected Pittsburgh’s Regent Square and Squirrel Hill neighborhoods, collapsed in January, injuring drivers and passengers on a Pittsburgh Regional Transit bus.

It happened the same day President Joe Biden visited the city to talk about infrastructure.

Nearly a year later, the president’s plan helps rebuild the bridge.

“Without the infrastructure bill, I don’t know if this project would have been rebuilt or when,” said PennDOT 11 District Manager Cheryl Moon-Sirianni. Another project elsewhere would have been sacrificed, so we are very lucky that the bill passed.”

Moon-Sirianni said the money was not used directly from the bill, but instead funds allocated for another bridge are helping to rebuild the Fern Hollow Bridge. She said the money will be replaced by Biden’s infrastructure plan.

Pittsburgh-based Action News 4 reporter Chandi Chapman asked, “So how much do you think this is all going to cost?

Moon-Sirianni replied, “Well, we hope to stay under $25 million.”

Moon-Sirianni said the project has one of the nation’s top bridge design firms, HDR, Inc., and one of the region’s top contracting firms, Swank Construction Company, LLC. They are working with the City of Pittsburgh Department of Mobility and Infrastructure, as well as PennDOT, to quickly build a bridge they believe will last a century.

“I am so grateful for the leadership PennDOT is showing and their strategic partnership on this. They truly demonstrate what can happen when all the forces come together in one place to deliver a project,” said Kim Lucas, Director of Department mobility and infrastructure in Pittsburgh.

Chapman asked Moon-Sirianni, “It will be done by the end of the year, right?”

She replied, “Yes, so in my career, from the beginning, from the conception of the project, from start to finish, I have never seen a project move so fast, of this magnitude and complexity.”

Looking at the timeline, Action News 4 from Pittsburgh wondered how such a big project was moving so fast.

“We really slashed a lot of time in the design process,” Moon-Sirianni said. “Normally you have a very linear process that starts with the preliminary engineering study, the final design and then the tender. These stages were all combined and we selected a contractor and a consultant on the same day. .”

This design process took about three years, she said.

Eric Setzler, the chief engineer of the city’s mobility and infrastructure department, looks at what he envisioned becoming a reality and is confident the bridge will be safe.

“This bridge, like any new bridge we build, meets all modern safety standards, modern in design. It’s designed for today’s traffic. It’s really designed for a 100-year lifespan” , Setzler said.

Imagine piecing together a puzzle without the picture in front of you. That’s what it was like for the construction crews working on the plan at breakneck speed.

The time was also shortened by the rush of materials, such as the huge beams seen entering the city during the summer. PennDOT said they would normally have taken six to nine months or more, but the bundles were in Pittsburgh in three months.

PennDOT said the materials were tested and approved, hillsides were analyzed, and proper safety protocols were followed.

Officials say Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 was the first crew to stand on the Fern Hollow Bridge safely to give viewers an update on its status.

So what’s next before drivers can travel along the bridge? PennDOT said crews would install steel guardrails and the roads leading to the span would undergo their own transformation.

“Part of our project is ― and still needs to be done before traffic can continue on this road ― is the reconstruction of the roadway. About 485 feet on this side of the bridge will be rebuilt, and about 200 feet of paving will be this side of bridge, all of which will need to be completed before the project is completed,” Moon-Sirianni said.

Next year, a crosswalk and other portions of beautification near Frick Park will begin.

Moon-Sirianni said the goal is to open two lanes of the four-lane bridge by the end of the year.

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DR Horton, Inc. (NYSE: DHI) Receives Average Analyst Rating of “Moderate Buy” https://ifawpca.org/dr-horton-inc-nyse-dhi-receives-average-analyst-rating-of-moderate-buy/ Sun, 20 Nov 2022 06:26:23 +0000 https://ifawpca.org/dr-horton-inc-nyse-dhi-receives-average-analyst-rating-of-moderate-buy/ Shares of DR Horton, Inc. (NYSE:DHI – Get Rating) received a consensus “moderate buy” recommendation from the fifteen research firms that cover the company, Marketbeat.com reports. Three research analysts rated the stock with a hold recommendation and eight gave the company a buy recommendation. The 1-year average price target among analysts who have rated the […]]]>

Shares of DR Horton, Inc. (NYSE:DHI – Get Rating) received a consensus “moderate buy” recommendation from the fifteen research firms that cover the company, Marketbeat.com reports. Three research analysts rated the stock with a hold recommendation and eight gave the company a buy recommendation. The 1-year average price target among analysts who have rated the stock over the past year is $86.54.

A number of equity research analysts have recently commented on the company. KeyCorp raised its price target on DR Horton from $84.00 to $97.00 and gave the company an “overweight” rating in a Monday, November 14 report. Raymond James raised its price target on DR Horton from $77.00 to $84.00 and gave the company an “outperform” rating in a Thursday, November 10 report. BTIG Research lowered its price target on DR Horton to $90.00 in a Tuesday, November 15 report. Wedbush lowered its price target on DR Horton from $97.00 to $83.00 and set an “outperform” rating for the company in a Monday, October 10 report. Finally, Citigroup raised its price target on DR Horton to $91.00 in a Tuesday, November 15 report.

Insider buying and selling

Separately, Vice Chairman Aron M. Odom sold 1,300 shares in a trade dated Thursday, November 10. The stock was sold at an average price of $83.64, for a total transaction of $108,732.00. Following the completion of the transaction, the vice president now directly owns 1,724 shares of the company, valued at $144,195.36. The transaction was disclosed in a filing with the SEC, accessible via this link. Separately, Vice Chairman Aron M. Odom sold 1,300 shares in a trade that took place on Thursday, November 10. The stock was sold at an average price of $83.64, for a total transaction of $108,732.00. Following the completion of the transaction, the vice president now directly owns 1,724 shares of the company, valued at $144,195.36. The sale was disclosed in a legal filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, accessible via the SEC’s website. Additionally, director Michael R. Buchanan sold 2,167 shares in a trade that took place on Tuesday, September 20. The shares were sold at an average price of $71.50, for a total value of $154,940.50. Following the transaction, the administrator now directly owns 3,378 shares of the company, valued at $241,527. The disclosure of this sale can be found here. 0.49% of the shares are held by company insiders.

Institutional entries and exits

Several large investors have recently bought and sold shares of the stock. Sheaff Brock Investment Advisors LLC increased its position in DR Horton by 3.2% during the second quarter. Sheaff Brock Investment Advisors LLC now owns 4,593 shares of the construction company valued at $304,000 after buying 143 additional shares in the last quarter. Shaker Investments LLC OH increased its position in DR Horton shares by 0.5% in the second quarter. Shaker Investments LLC OH now owns 26,974 shares of the construction company valued at $1,785,000 after buying 146 additional shares in the last quarter. Rehmann Capital Advisory Group increased its position in DR Horton shares by 1.0% in the first quarter. Rehmann Capital Advisory Group now owns 15,374 shares of the construction company valued at $1,144,000 after buying 152 additional shares in the last quarter. J2 Capital Management Inc increased its position in DR Horton shares by 3.9% in the second quarter. J2 Capital Management Inc now owns 4,164 shares of the construction company valued at $276,000 after buying 157 additional shares in the last quarter. Finally, National Bank of Canada FI increased its position in DR Horton shares by 0.6% in the third quarter. National Bank of Canada FI now owns 27,339 shares of the construction company valued at $1,832,000 after buying an additional 166 shares in the last quarter. 85.63% of the shares are held by institutional investors and hedge funds.

DR Horton is trading down 0.2%

Shares of DHI opened at $81.39 on Friday. The company has a quick ratio of 0.47, a current ratio of 2.52 and a debt ratio of 0.32. DR Horton has a 12 month minimum of $59.25 and a 12 month maximum of $110.45. The company has a market capitalization of $28.28 billion, a PE ratio of 4.92, a growth price-earnings ratio of 0.86 and a beta of 1.54. The stock’s fifty-day simple moving average is $73.57 and its 200-day simple moving average is $72.53.

DR Horton (NYSE:DHI – Get Rating) last released quarterly earnings data on Wednesday, November 9. The construction company reported EPS of $4.67 for the quarter, missing analyst consensus estimates of $5.09 per ($0.42). The company posted revenue of $9.64 billion in the quarter, versus a consensus estimate of $9.97 billion. DR Horton had a net margin of 17.50% and a return on equity of 32.84%. The company’s revenue for the quarter increased by 18.9% compared to the same quarter last year. In the same quarter a year earlier, the company posted EPS of $3.70. As a group, research analysts predict that DR Horton will post earnings per share of 10.49 for the current year.

DR Horton increases its dividend

The company also recently announced a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Monday, December 12. Investors of record on Friday, December 2 will receive a dividend of $0.25 per share. The ex-dividend date is Thursday, December 1. This is an increase from DR Horton’s previous quarterly dividend of $0.23. This represents a dividend of $1.00 on an annualized basis and a dividend yield of 1.23%. DR Horton’s dividend payout ratio (DPR) is currently 5.44%.

About DR Horton

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DR Horton, Inc. engages in the construction and sale of single family dwellings. It operates through the following segments: Residential Construction, Forestar, Financial Services and Rental. The residential construction segment includes the acquisition and development of land and the construction and sale of residential homes.

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Local projects among 21 awarded by the West Virginia Division of Highways | News, Sports, Jobs https://ifawpca.org/local-projects-among-21-awarded-by-the-west-virginia-division-of-highways-news-sports-jobs/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 05:02:02 +0000 https://ifawpca.org/local-projects-among-21-awarded-by-the-west-virginia-division-of-highways-news-sports-jobs/ Several construction projects in the northern panhandle of West Virginia were among 21 that were recently awarded by the West Virginia Division of Highways. The largest of this group was at Kelly Paving for a mine maintenance project along Interstate 70 in Ohio County. Kelly Paving’s winning bid for this project was $8,222,620. […]]]>

Several construction projects in the northern panhandle of West Virginia were among 21 that were recently awarded by the West Virginia Division of Highways.

The largest of this group was at Kelly Paving for a mine maintenance project along Interstate 70 in Ohio County. Kelly Paving’s winning bid for this project was $8,222,620. Tunnel Ridge Mining has been carrying out longwall mining projects near the West Virginia-Pennsylvania border for several years.

The other Northern Panhandle projects awarded were:

– NLS Paving Inc. for a paving project on Big Wheeling Creek in Marshall County, with a bid of $1,735,627.13.

– Davis H. Elliot Construction Company Inc. on a traffic signal project in Wellsburg, Brooke County, with a bid of $747,500.40.

– Kelly Paving Inc. on a paving project from Hickman Run Road to Greenwood Road in Tyler County, with a bid of $1,530,164.99.

Two bridge replacement projects were among those awarded statewide. Rock Forge Bridge Company has been awarded a $2,999,002.55 contract to replace the Caney Branch Bridge in Mingo County. The bridge currently carries a three tonne weight restriction and would leave local residents stranded if not replaced. SMH Construction Company Inc. has been awarded a $2,178,679.44 contract to replace the Burnsville T-Beam Bridge in Braxton County. The bridge, built in 1929, was closed to traffic in 2019 due to its deteriorated condition.

Several factors are considered before awarding a bid, including whether a bid is higher or lower than the WVDOH engineer’s estimate and by what percentage. In cases where a bid is higher than the engineer’s estimate, WVDOH must consider the needs of the project, the implications of not awarding the project, additional sources of funding, and whether there are sufficient reasons to differences in estimates.

Most projects are reviewed, analyzed and awarded within a week of the call for tenders, but the process can take longer.

When the WVDOH has a project that is determined to be best built by a contractor, it is processed through the bidding system. A lease is a planned opportunity for contractors to review and bid on multiple construction projects at the same time. Rentals occur once or twice a month and are conducted through the Bid Express system online at www.bidx.com and managed by the Contract Administration Division. Contractors must subscribe to Bid Express before bids can be accepted for any project.



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Queensland: ‘I ordered Pizza Hut, they have $5 special’, shopkeeper owed $15,000 as construction company collapsed https://ifawpca.org/queensland-i-ordered-pizza-hut-they-have-5-special-shopkeeper-owed-15000-as-construction-company-collapsed/ Sun, 13 Nov 2022 05:20:25 +0000 https://ifawpca.org/queensland-i-ordered-pizza-hut-they-have-5-special-shopkeeper-owed-15000-as-construction-company-collapsed/ ‘I ordered Pizza Hut for dinner because they have a $5 special’: Heartbreaking admission of struggling trader who owed $15,000 after construction company collapsed Collapsed Pivotal Homes offices sold for $1.05m, deals still due $6.17m Tradie owed $15,000 to $1,000 in her bank account, with a baby on the way He ordered a Pizza Hut […]]]>

‘I ordered Pizza Hut for dinner because they have a $5 special’: Heartbreaking admission of struggling trader who owed $15,000 after construction company collapsed

  • Collapsed Pivotal Homes offices sold for $1.05m, deals still due $6.17m
  • Tradie owed $15,000 to $1,000 in her bank account, with a baby on the way
  • He ordered a Pizza Hut kids pizza for $5 because it was all he could afford

The former headquarters of collapsed construction company Pivotal Homes has sold for $1.05million while a trader owed $15,000, with a baby on the way, struggles to get by.

‘I ordered Pizza Hut for dinner because they have a $5 special. It’s a kid’s meal and I’m starving but I’m fine,’ said the shopkeeper, who wished to remain anonymous.

His pregnant wife’s doctor said she needed nutrition, so he went to the supermarket to buy some vegetables, but the price of everything is going up.

He was owed $15,000 after Surfers Paradise’s Pivotal Homes company collapsed in May and six months later he still is, as his bank balance has fallen to its last $1,000.

The subcontractor is far from being the only one. Pivotal owed $6.17 million to 169 unsecured creditors when it collapsed.

A Queensland-based trader is left with just $1,000 after the collapse of Pivotal Homes, which owed him $15,000. Pictured is an image of a distressed man sitting on a bed

The company has traded at “consistent losses” since November 2020, its liquidator found.

Unsecured creditors will get between 11c and 20c for every dollar owed to them.

Commerce is unlikely to collect a penny from the $1.05 million from the sale of the office, however, because it does not belong to Pivotal.

They were owned by a company called V24, whose shares were, until recently, held by Pivotal director Michael Irwin.

On August 5, the shares were transferred to another company, owned by his daughter Courtney Irwin.

V24, of which Mr Irwin is still a director and company secretary, also owns his luxury home on the Isle of Capri on the Gold Coast.

The shopkeeper who made it difficult told the Gold Coast Bulletin he was teary-eyed and unsure how we were going to pay the rent this week, next week or the week after.

He is speaking out because he doesn’t want his story and the stories of 168 other creditors – mostly small businesses – to be forgotten.

Thousands of Australian trades have gone bankrupt in recent times as construction companies collapse.  Pictured is a house under construction

Thousands of Australian trades have gone bankrupt in recent times as construction companies collapse. Pictured is a house under construction

It was a shock when they received the announcement in May, as before Pivotal paid on time every time, until liquidation day when no one received notice.

The trader has only $1,000 left in his bank account and is struggling to find more work.

His mind was sometimes drawn to desperate thoughts of bank robbery or grocery store robbery. He knows he won’t, but the thoughts are there.

He drank a little to cope with the stress and has just started taking medication for depression and anxiety.

Despite his dire straits, he recognizes it when he meets other traders who also have money who are going through an even tougher time.

A tradesman who owed $15,000 to a bankrupt construction company only has $1,000 left.  He ordered Pizza Hut for dinner because they have a $5 special.  Pictured is an image of a Pizza Hut takeout

A tradesman who owed $15,000 to a bankrupt construction company only has $1,000 left. He ordered Pizza Hut for dinner because they have a $5 special. Pictured is an image of a Pizza Hut takeout

“I saw men in tears. I take $20 or $50 out of my wallet and give it to some of these guys where I can just so they can feed their families,” he said.

“It devastated us, tore us apart.”

Daily Mail Australia tried to contact Mr Irwin, but the Pivotal Homes website is down and his phone number has been disconnected.

Thousands of Australian traders have gone bust in recent times as construction companies collapse – with the whole industry on the brink of a huge slump.

Explaining the collapse of Pivotal Homes

The collapse of Pivotal Homes on May 26, 2022 left an uncertain future for 280 homes.

Surfers Paradise was one of Queensland’s biggest homebuilders before it went into liquidation.

The company, which was a category three builder, certified for low-rise work up to $30 million, had 16 full-time employees.

It achieved 211 jobs worth $56.7 million in 2020-21 and 105 jobs worth $30.5 million in the 2021-22 financial year, according to records held by Queensland Building and Construction Commission.

Pivotal Homes collapsed on May 26, 2022, leaving an uncertain future for 280 homes.  Pictured is a traditional woman

Pivotal Homes collapsed on May 26, 2022, leaving an uncertain future for 280 homes. Pictured is a traditional woman

In a statement at the time, Pivotal Homes said it had 103 homes under construction, at various stages from poured slab to turnkey, and 177 homes awaiting building approval from councils.

The company, which is a former sponsor of the Gold Coast Titans, said rising labor and construction costs meant the business was no longer viable.

“In my 30 years of experience, I have never seen a set of circumstances like this and we are obviously not alone in these unfortunate conditions facing the industry,” said managing director Michael Irwin.

“We are absolutely devastated for our 16 employees at Pivotal Homes and assure that all creditors, contractors and subcontractors have been paid in full.”

Pivotal Homes, which is a former sponsor of the Gold Coast Titans, said rising labor and construction costs meant the business was no longer viable.  A young female maintenance engineer is pictured testing the voltage with a digital multimeter

Pivotal Homes, which is a former sponsor of the Gold Coast Titans, said rising labor and construction costs meant the business was no longer viable. A young female maintenance engineer is pictured testing the voltage with a digital multimeter

Mr Irwin said those who buy homes in Pivotal “are in a net gain position”.

“The work they paid for is done. In fact, they did more work on their homes than they paid for,” he said.

Earlier this year, Matthew Mackey, chief executive of engineering firm Arcadis, told Daily Mail Australia “I don’t think a lot of companies take cost increases seriously.” It’s a perfect storm.

“Small businesses don’t have the cash, they don’t have the same safety net.”

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McKissack & McKissack taps Lisa Edmonds and Nijah Barley for key leadership roles in the business https://ifawpca.org/mckissack-mckissack-taps-lisa-edmonds-and-nijah-barley-for-key-leadership-roles-in-the-business/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 17:42:00 +0000 https://ifawpca.org/mckissack-mckissack-taps-lisa-edmonds-and-nijah-barley-for-key-leadership-roles-in-the-business/ Two seasoned IT and HR executives bring deep expertise to national design and construction management firm as it expands into new regions and industry sectors WASHINGTON, November 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — McKissack & McKissack, one of the nation’s leading Black and women-owned architecture, engineering and construction firms, today announced the addition of two new members […]]]>

Two seasoned IT and HR executives bring deep expertise to national design and construction management firm as it expands into new regions and industry sectors

WASHINGTON, November 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — McKissack & McKissack, one of the nation’s leading Black and women-owned architecture, engineering and construction firms, today announced the addition of two new members to its national management team in its washington d.c.Desk: Lisa Edmonds as Vice President of Human Resources and Nijah Barley as Director of Information Technology. Each brings remarkable core skills and experience to the company as it experiences unprecedented growth.

“I am excited about Lisa and Nijah as they will apply deep expertise and fresh perspectives to two of the most important aspects of our company’s strategic growth: our people-centric support culture and our strong IT infrastructure. ‘information’, said Deryl McKissackPresident and CEO of McKissack & McKissack.

“We have experienced rapid growth at McKissack and plan to maintain this momentum due to the Infrastructure Act, so we need Lisa for her deep knowledge and deep networking skills to help us recruit talent from McKissack is a great place to work, and Lisa has the skills and strategic sense to deliver that message to a new pool of talent and optimize our recruiting process,” noted McKissack.

“I expect Nijah to have a major impact on our business as well. He is incredibly creative and always thinks out of the box to find better ways to serve us and our customers. He approaches every challenge with such positivity. His mantra is always ‘I can understand, I can help you’ – and he always does,” she added.

Lisa Edmonds: Combine HR and legal experience to support talent acquisition strategies

Edmonds brings more than two decades of human resources experience to McKissack, most recently as human resources manager/benefits administrator with engineering and design firm Gibbs & Cox Inc. “Lisa is a welcome addition to our team for many reasons, but that me is the fact that they understand the mindset of engineers and designers,” McKissack said. “While we are known for our fulfilling and inclusive culture, we are a national company with professionals from many different fields and backgrounds on our staff. His expertise in many aspects of our growing industry will help us strengthen and to support all members of our diverse team.”

Edmonds also studied HR and employment law, which McKissack considers another strength. “We work in multiple states. They all have different legal approaches to human resources, so someone who understands these intricacies and can anticipate our needs in all contexts is a key addition to our team,” McKissack emphasized.

Edmonds said: “A lot of HR revolves around employment law, starting with the recruitment process. And once someone is here, we have to make sure that we as a company do the things the right way.”

As McKissack expands into new sectors and expands the depth and breadth of its project portfolio, Edmonds noted, “Our top priority is recruiting and developing impressive and accomplished talent. And once we have recruited these talents, we want them to stay. and the great people we already have are essential to our growth and ultimately to the success of everything we do. We will therefore support all team members with training and development that will hone or deepen their skills. Our goal is to build on the culture that’s already established at McKissack, which is humble, hungry and smart.”

Edmonds holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Capella University in Minneapolis as well as a master’s degree in legal studies from Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor School of law in Phoenix. She is certified as a Benefits Administrator, Senior Human Resources Professional and Project Management Professional (PMP). She lives in Southern Maryland with her husband.

Edmonds said: “I came to work with McKissack because I was impressed with the leadership, I was impressed with the growth and I was really impressed with the story. I was impressed with the way which company started and where it is going. I had been with my former employer for 10 years and I hope to outgrow that time at McKissack. It is a company that represents success, especially for women and minorities , and I hope to bolster his reputation with great accomplishments while I am here.

Nijah Barley brings amplified technology experience to the MWBE where he started

Barley is a seasoned IT expert with a proven track record of implementing new technologies and systems to improve business productivity and profits. His new position is a return to his roots. He began his career at McKissack after graduating from college, supporting the company’s increasingly progressive IT systems to support cutting-edge developments in program management and construction management, architecture and design. ‘engineering.

After four years at McKissack, Barley moved to Washington office at McKinsey & Co., where he spent three years working with teams around the world and learning large-scale enterprise systems. He was there during the Covid-19 pandemic and helped transition 1,500 colleagues to virtual options for the shift to working from home. Throughout, he stayed in touch with former colleagues and his mentor, former McKissack IT vice president Andrew Corn.

“McKissack was so much more than just a job; the team and Deryl are my family. When I went to McKinsey it was always with the intention of returning one day to bring back what I learned,” said he declared. “I knew I needed to learn, get exposure to other industries, and develop a broader skill set to bring back different tools and a growth mindset.”

Now that he oversees McKissack’s IT department, he plans to leverage the company’s existing cloud infrastructure to not only maximize productivity, but also embrace cutting-edge technologies as they arise. emerge. Priorities include innovation, cybersecurity and adherence to industry best practices. “I seek to increase our chances of success for the work we try to win and to ensure that the work we offer is the standard of excellence and leaves a lasting impression with clients,” he said. .

Barley, originally from brooklyn and now lives in SilverSpring, Maryland.Graduated from Howard University in Washington with a bachelor’s degree. While in school, he worked in Howard’s computer help desk. He recalls: “I will never forget the day I walked in for my first interview at McKissack & McKissack. I was just blown away by a colleague Howard University graduate, Deryl McKissack, having an office in downtown DC and being the founder and CEO of such a successful company with so much history. It always stuck with me.”

About McKissack & McKissack: Founded in 1990, McKissack is a national, women-owned and minority-owned architectural, engineering, program management and construction firm dedicated to providing industry-leading expertise and first-rate services to a wide range of customers in all market sectors. McKissack strives to work with its clients to envision and deliver construction and infrastructure projects that enrich people’s lives and enable communities to thrive. Situated at washington d.c. with offices at Austin, Baltimore, Chicago, dallas, Houston and Los Angeles, McKissack’s three service areas are Architecture and Interiors, Program and Construction Management, and Infrastructure. It is ranked by Engineering News-Record among the top 50 program management companies and the nation’s top 100 paying construction management companies. Learn more about mckinc.com.

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Pennsylvania man scams Morgantown business out of $3.5 million | USAO-NDWV https://ifawpca.org/pennsylvania-man-scams-morgantown-business-out-of-3-5-million-usao-ndwv/ Mon, 07 Nov 2022 21:19:26 +0000 https://ifawpca.org/pennsylvania-man-scams-morgantown-business-out-of-3-5-million-usao-ndwv/ CLARKSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA — The former manager of a Morgantown construction company has admitted stealing millions of dollars from the company, U.S. Attorney William Ihlenfeld said. Michael D. Allen, 60, of Irwin, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty today in federal court to wire fraud and money laundering. Allen was previously a director of ABB Construction, LLC, which […]]]>

CLARKSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA — The former manager of a Morgantown construction company has admitted stealing millions of dollars from the company, U.S. Attorney William Ihlenfeld said.

Michael D. Allen, 60, of Irwin, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty today in federal court to wire fraud and money laundering. Allen was previously a director of ABB Construction, LLC, which did business as Accelerated Construction Services. Allen used his position to illegally divert $3.5 million in company funds for his personal benefit.

“When someone abuses a position of trust for personal financial gain, it can be crippling for individuals and businesses,” U.S. Attorney Ihlenfeld said. “For this reason, we will continue to be aggressive in our pursuit of white collar criminals like Mr. Allen.”

One of the items Allen bought with the stolen money was a 5.19 carat diamond ring for $113,250.

Allen faces up to 30 years in prison in addition to being required to repay the money he stole. Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, the actual sentence imposed will be based on the seriousness of the offenses and the criminal history, if any, of the defendant.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Jarod J. Douglas is pursuing the case on behalf of the government. The Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigations and the Monongalia County Sheriff’s Office investigated. The FBI participated in the investigation.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Michael John Aloi presided.

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Wethersfield to use $175,000 for raised sidewalk near Keeney Center – Hartford Courant https://ifawpca.org/wethersfield-to-use-175000-for-raised-sidewalk-near-keeney-center-hartford-courant/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 10:00:20 +0000 https://ifawpca.org/wethersfield-to-use-175000-for-raised-sidewalk-near-keeney-center-hartford-courant/ Wethersfield plans to spend $175,000 to build an elevated pedestrian crossing on Main Street near the Keeney Memorial Center as part of the Old Wethersfield Safety Improvement Project. The money the city plans to use is part of the $4 million in state Urban Law Grant funds administered by the Department of Community Economic Development […]]]>

Wethersfield plans to spend $175,000 to build an elevated pedestrian crossing on Main Street near the Keeney Memorial Center as part of the Old Wethersfield Safety Improvement Project.

The money the city plans to use is part of the $4 million in state Urban Law Grant funds administered by the Department of Community Economic Development that have been awarded to the city.

The city planned to allocate only $150,000 to the project, but due to “unexpected higher costs”, the city decided to increase that amount by $25,000.

The UA funds were awarded for “upgrading public lighting, public parking and city-wide library and infrastructure,” according to the city council’s Oct. 17 agenda. UA funds are open to all municipalities and are provided to enhance and expand state activities that promote community conservation and development and improve the quality of life for city dwellers.

“At this time, the city plans to allocate $1.7 million of those funds to public library improvements and $2.3 million to public infrastructure improvements,” said City Manager Frederick Presley. “The intention is to build these improvements this fall using an existing contract, so if not approved this work will have to be tendered as a separate project in the future.

The council awarded a $708,775 contract to Clover Construction Company in August to complete safety improvements at Old Wethersfield, which included $500,000 in state UA funds.

As part of its ongoing construction contract, the city has recommended allocating additional UA funds to include the construction of a 3-inch raised speed table with a decorative, stamped crosswalk on it near the Keeney Center at the 200 Main St. Crosswalk will also be ADA compliant and have wheelchair accessible ramps on both sides.

Speed ​​tables are traffic calming devices that are designed similarly to speed bumps but are taller and flatter to allow pedestrians to pass over them.

Diagram of the approved raised sidewalk to be constructed north of the Keeney Center driveway on Main Street in Wethersfield (photo courtesy of the City of Wethersfield)

“We encourage the use of the public parking area behind the Keeney Center and have seen more use of it this year,” said City Engineer Derrick Gregor. “Around this time last year, we noticed a lot of people crossing Main Street into the Keeney Center driveway, which tends to be very dangerous due to the geometry of the road and the lighting conditions.”

Gregor said the city installed a demonstration crosswalk last year with a striped curb, shorter crossing distance and cones to see how it worked before installing a more permanent structure.

“It was called a demonstration crosswalk because it was meant as a temporary safety measure to at least give some safety to pedestrians crossing it,” Gregor said. “What we’ve seen over the past year is that it’s been used a lot and kept pedestrians safe.”

Gregor said the city has received complaints about motorists turning left in the crosswalk.

“So we’re looking at moving the Keeney Center driveway a bit to the south and putting the raised crosswalk on the north side,” Gregor said.

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Deputy Mayor Thomas Mazzarella questioned why a crosswalk would cost the city so much money.

“That seems like a lot of money for a crosswalk, I mean, I know everything is going up,” Mazzarella said.

Gregor said construction costs have increased due to inflation, and an elevated pedestrian crossing with signage is more involved than most other pedestrian crossings.

“It will serve a dual purpose of slowing traffic and providing a good crosswalk,” Gregor said. “It will be the first installed in town.”

Additional work along Main Street includes the installation of concrete curbs, brick paver sidewalks, ramps, signs and drainage improvements, as well as electrical conduit for the eventual installation of a decorative lamp post and/or rectangular quick flash beacons for a future project.

The $175,000 allocation plus the use of $500,000 in previously council-approved UA funds will leave approximately $1.65 million in infrastructure funding available to the city.

Stephen Underwood can be reached at sunderwood@courant.com

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Portage awards $3.2M construction contract for street reconstruction projects in 2023 https://ifawpca.org/portage-awards-3-2m-construction-contract-for-street-reconstruction-projects-in-2023/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 21:51:00 +0000 https://ifawpca.org/portage-awards-3-2m-construction-contract-for-street-reconstruction-projects-in-2023/ PORTAGE, MI — The City of Portage will spend more than $3 million next summer to rebuild a dozen local streets in its Amberly neighborhood north of Woodbridge Hills. Portage City Council unanimously approved a construction contract on Tuesday, Nov. 1 with Battle Creek Hoffman Bros., Inc., not to exceed $3,242,645 that will fund the […]]]>

PORTAGE, MI — The City of Portage will spend more than $3 million next summer to rebuild a dozen local streets in its Amberly neighborhood north of Woodbridge Hills.

Portage City Council unanimously approved a construction contract on Tuesday, Nov. 1 with Battle Creek Hoffman Bros., Inc., not to exceed $3,242,645 that will fund the city’s local street reconstruction program .

The contract provides that work will begin in June 2023 and end in the fall of 2023.

The company, which Deputy City Manager Mike Carroll said the city already has a contract with, beat out two Kalamazoo companies the city has also worked with before, as well as a Niles company, to guarantee the offer.

The roads to be rebuilt as part of the project were each rated two or three, using the Michigan State Pavement Surface Rating Scale, which rates roads based on their condition from 1 to 10.

“If they score two, very bad, then we do a full rebuild with a full base repair because they’re considered badly deteriorated,” Carroll said. “For a level three it’s considered a bad condition and we’ll patch, patch, grind down the areas that need to be covered and then we do a smooth overlay on top. It’s not a full rebuild.

The roads being rebuilt and repaired are all close together and occupy the area between West Milham Avenue to the north and Romence Road to the south, as well as Cypress Street to the west and Oakland Drive to the east.

With the exception of Mallard Circle and the streets adjacent to this circle, all roads within these parameters which extend one mile north to south and one third of a mile east to west, will be rebuilt in 2023. These roads include: Cypress Street, Evergreen Street, Trotwood Street, Kalarama Avenue, Ridgefield Road, part of Tattersall Road, Westshire Street, Westchester Street and the four directional streets which are Hickory Point.

The project also includes concrete curb and gutter work at intersections, improvements to the storm sewer system, removal of encroached parking areas in public rights-of-way, and installation of a water main on Cypress Ave.

The project will be paid for from the capital improvement budgets for fiscal years 2021-22 and 2022-23.

There’s money left to use in the 2021-22 budget as the city is still catching up after street plans were put on hold for 2020-21, Carroll said, adding that supply chain issues and rising costs caused further delays and forced the city to reconfigure what it could do.

“It was like a triple whammy,” Carroll said Wednesday. “But with the death of this last night, we can do this work.”

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Women’s Holes Inc. celebrates 50 years of drilling, cutting and crushing concrete https://ifawpca.org/womens-holes-inc-celebrates-50-years-of-drilling-cutting-and-crushing-concrete/ Mon, 31 Oct 2022 10:25:45 +0000 https://ifawpca.org/womens-holes-inc-celebrates-50-years-of-drilling-cutting-and-crushing-concrete/ Having spent most of her life in the construction industry, Darlene East knows that things don’t always go to plan on a construction site. The same lack of predictability apparently applied to his rise within the family concrete cutting and coring business, Holes Inc. “When my mom first told me about the company’s succession plan, […]]]>

Having spent most of her life in the construction industry, Darlene East knows that things don’t always go to plan on a construction site.

The same lack of predictability apparently applied to his rise within the family concrete cutting and coring business, Holes Inc.

“When my mom first told me about the company’s succession plan, her plan was to retire at 55,” East said of Holes co-founder Susan Hollingsworth. “She waited until she was 70.”

Under Hollingsworth and East, which became CEO in 2019, Houston-based Holes has earned a reputation for delivering reliable results in a field where survival depends on the ability to adapt to the unexpected. Recently celebrating its 50th anniversary, the women-owned company, which employs approximately 50 people, specializes in concrete cutting, drilling and removal.

East estimates that 95% of Holes’ work is done in the Gulf Coast region and that about 85% of the company’s jobs come from repeat customers. The company’s work runs the gamut.

Holes has worked on projects at Bush Intercontinental and Hobby airports, Texas Children’s Hospital, and Exxon Mobil headquarters in Irving. The company continuously performs construction and patchwork work on local highways. He demolished an old Best Buy store over the weekend and deployed a wire saw to slice through the propeller of a damaged freighter that got stuck in a canal in Galveston.

Due to its ability to train its workers to adapt, the closed company’s revenue grew steadily, from around $8.8 million in 2006 to around $12 million in 2019 before the pandemic hit. restricts much of the construction work in the area the following year.

“When you’re talking about cutting concrete, drilling and sawing concrete in a (building) that’s been around for a long time, you can never be sure what you’re cutting,” said Brandon Mabile, director of strategic development based at Houston at Performance Contractors, which is based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and has hired Holes for more than a dozen projects, including numerous petrochemical plants. “They have the ability to understand a project and roll with the punches.”

Since its founding in 1972, Holes has benefited from a local population boom which has fueled transport and industrial projects and ensured the continuity of construction work. Over the past 50 years, the population of the Greater Houston area has more than tripled to about 6.6 million, far exceeding the U.S. population growth rate of about 50% over the same period. according to the census. Meanwhile, the region’s economic output more than doubled to $488.2 billion in 2020 from $211.8 billion in 2001, according to the Commerce Department.

Such a future for the company was far from assured when East’s family moved from California to Houston in 1970. At the time, East’s father, Ken Major, worked for a concrete-cutting company. based in California that expanded to Houston because there was little competition in the area.

Major was brought in to run the new branch, whose business grew fast enough for the parent company to send in additional levels of management. That didn’t sit well with the entrepreneurial-minded major, according to East. The family, meanwhile, had just purchased their first home in the Houston area when a new manager to oversee Houston operations arrived.

“My dad didn’t get along with him,” East said. “After the first mortgage payment, my dad came home and said, ‘I quit my job. So they started Holes. Fortunately, my mother has always been good with money.

Major had found that the demand for concrete cutting and similar services was more than enough for another company to enter the market. With Major handling much of the on-site sales and estimating work and Hollingsworth of accounting and administration, Holes grew steadily until Major died in 1992 at age 46 year old from brain cancer.

The recession of the early 1990s was beginning to reduce local construction work. At the time, East, who had worked in the company part-time in high school and during college summers, was raising a family in Louisiana.

“1992 wasn’t a great year for construction, but my mom got the company through it,” East said. “My mom called me and said, ‘I need to know if you’re in or out.'”

Having joined the company full-time that year, East worked under Hollingsworth to learn the ins and outs of the business and was eventually named chairman in 2000. During this time Hollingsworth became one of the leading advocates of construction safety practices, such as requiring workers to perform safe work. Analysis to identify potential hazards in a job and empower each worker to stop a job and notify everyone of an issue that could pose a threat to safety.

Hollingsworth and East were also joined by East’s younger sister, Kellie Kimball, who has served as the company’s vice president for the past 20 years and leads the company’s safety and training department as well as its office operations.

In the meantime, the company has built a reputation for getting tough jobs done on time and on budget. One such job involved the Best Buy store on FM 1960, where Holes cut down the back of the original store during the construction of a larger store and demolished the old store over the course of a weekend. end, allowing the store to lose just a week. work.

“It’s not like a job where you come in at 7 a.m. and leave at 3 p.m. Sometimes our guys won’t know until Friday afternoon if they’ll be working Saturday,” East said. “Our customers need us yesterday, not tomorrow.”

Holes is one of the few female-owned construction companies in a male-dominated industry. After Major’s death, Hollingsworth found that some men didn’t want to talk to her about plans, East said. But East said she hasn’t faced the same challenges.

“I didn’t have that problem,” East said. “People remember my name because I’m often the only female entrepreneur in the room, but I can’t remember all their names.”

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The company’s growth came to a halt after the pandemic hit in early 2020. East said the company got a loan from the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program, which allowed Holes to avoid layoffs. But the company’s revenue this year will approach pre-pandemic levels after surging in the third quarter, which ended Sept. 30, East said.

The company is also doing its part to ensure that the local construction industry has enough skilled workers, especially given the labor shortage, according to Rusty Barnhill, company president of Force Corp construction. La Porte-based Barnhill, which has hired Holes for more than 1,000 jobs over the past 30 years, sits with East on the board of directors of the Associated Builders and Contractors of Greater Houston business group and the Construction & Maintenance Education Foundation. , a non-profit organization that develops and administers vocational training programs in the field of construction.

Holes workers gave much of their time training students to prepare them for work in the industry.

“People think construction is dirty, but it’s a safe industry and you can make a lot of money,” Barnhill said. “Construction is all about hard work, and his company promotes those values.”

Meanwhile, Holes continues to expand both geographically and by job type. In addition to its headquarters in Houston, the company has offices in Beaumont and near Corpus Christi, and it is also developing its Holes Technology division, which specializes in concrete scanning and ground-penetrating radar services. East says the company is also working with manufacturers of concrete cutting and drilling machines to test the equipment.

As for Holes’ future, East, 55, says she expects to work “at least another 10 years” to lead the company’s geographic expansion. As for a succession plan for the next generation, East is less certain than her mother was about who would be in line to take over the business.

“There are many growth opportunities in South Texas. None of our kids showed much interest, but I have a few nephews in college,” East said. “Kellie and I aren’t as well planned as my mom, so we’re still working on the next phase.”

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Best Figure Contracting Company – Best Choice for Villa Construction Services in Dubai https://ifawpca.org/best-figure-contracting-company-best-choice-for-villa-construction-services-in-dubai/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 21:31:12 +0000 https://ifawpca.org/best-figure-contracting-company-best-choice-for-villa-construction-services-in-dubai/ Best Figure Contracting company is one of the leading companies providing villa construction services in Dubai. We work to meet the highest quality standards and we never compromise the safety of our culture. We are capable of carrying out all kinds of projects by providing high-end finishing solutions. In short, if you have your dream […]]]>

Best Figure Contracting company is one of the leading companies providing villa construction services in Dubai. We work to meet the highest quality standards and we never compromise the safety of our culture. We are capable of carrying out all kinds of projects by providing high-end finishing solutions. In short, if you have your dream on paper, you have us behind you. We will turn your dream home into reality.

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