Facility modernization can be a complex and difficult process even under the best of circumstances, but when one […]
I recently attended Kimmel Center lecture by John Cleese. While many of these events are an opportunity to listen to and simply be in the presence of great generals, heads of state, authors, and adventurers, the ‘Master of Silly Walks’ hit the mark with me.
John had quite a few pithy stories and lessons learned to share with the audience. I’ll paraphrase and share them with you
When working with a new client to develop their marketing strategy, we at Markitects are always on the look out for exceptional qualities that make their company stand out. We call these “compelling reasons to buy”, which are both the tangible and emotional reasons a prospect selects that company over other choices.
Intuitively, we all know that good content is informative, compelling, and drives action—just like a good story. And as marketers, we also expect good content to improve SEO rankings and website traffic. Still, many of our clients ask what type of content is most effective, as well as how to best distribute it.
With over 32 years in the business, Harry prides himself on being a community leader, exceptional building provider, and client advocate. As President & CEO of Horst Construction, he provides leadership to Horst’s multi-disciplinary teams throughout all stages of a project—from discussion through ribbon cutting. His creative approach to value engineering, constructability, and planning is one of the reasons clients come back to Horst time and again.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) defines a cross-connection as any point in the water supply system where non-potable, or non-drinkable, water can be introduced to potable, or clean, sources. All service lines connected to public water systems are therefore potential cross-connections.