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RJW Group

“I Love to Build Things” Second-generation Williamson continues bold progress at RJW Group   Kevin Williamson has gotten used to the quizzical stares. He got them when he ambitiously set RJW Group’s annual revenue goals in the high double-digit million range, and he expects them to appear to at least some extent now that he’s […]

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Princeton Power

Still Making Clean Power Simple Princeton Power Systems is a trusted veteran in a still-emerging industry   From the classrooms of Princeton University to the so-called “Holy Grail” of renewable energy, it’s been quite a ride for Darren Hammell.   The co-founder/chief strategy officer at the aptly-named Princeton Power Systems spends his time these days […]

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Green Roofs For Healthy Cities

Everything Under One (Green) Roof A conversation with Steven W. Peck, founder and president of Green Roofs for Healthy Cities   Green Roofs for Healthy Cities founder Steven W. Peck was first turned on to the concept of green roofs in 1997 while attending a conference on financing municipal environmental infrastructure. Soon after, he applied […]

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Associated Builders & Contractors

64 Years of Supporting the Merit Shop A conversation with Michael Bellaman, president/CEO of Associated Builders and Contractors   The Associated Builders and Contractors was founded in 1950 by a group of contractors in and around Baltimore who believed that construction projects should be awarded on merit to the most qualified and responsible low bidder. […]

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Moutain-View-County

Riding the (Fiscal) Storm Out Mountain View County adjusts to new funding model while staying busy   In the 1996 film Jerry Maguire, the operative phrase was “Show me the money!” In Mountain View County these days, it sounds a little more like “Find us some money!” Thanks to sweeping budget adjustments in Alberta, municipalities […]

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American Concrete Pavement Association

A Half-Century of Concrete Progress A conversation with Bill Davenport, VP/communications, American Concrete Pavement Association   The American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA) is the only trade association in the United States that is specifically focused on the interests of the concrete pavement industry. Based in Rosemont, Ill., the association was formed in 1963 and incorporated […]

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