Technology is part of everything we do. It is improving our buildings and how we build them. These 10 technologies will continue to transform construction in the next decade.
As we celebrate our first 10 years in Ohio, we also want to celebrate the accomplishments of some of the people who have helped us get to where we are today. Meet Project Executive David Huston.
This year, Pepper Ohio completed its 10th year in business and we’re kicking off a celebration of all things Ohio, starting with President Paul Francois introducing our journey so far. Join us each month for our take on the top 10 moments, memories and trends about our home and industry.
What happens when you invite architecture and engineering firms to join construction companies in an effort to help feed the more than 800,000 local residents who go to bed hungry every night?
What does it mean to be connected? VP of Technology Howie Piersma shares what he learned from chairing the AGC-IT Forum Conference that took place last week.
Pepper's Hands-Only CPR training inspired a vision for community outreach. Pepper Project Executive LeeAnn McNamara championed Hands Only CPR training with the McHenry County 4-H Clubs.
After topping out, safety remains a top priority for Pepper – and the Tiger Scouts. As North Central College hoisted the final beam labeled "A Brilliant Future" atop its new science center this past week, Pepper's project executive was recognized as the coolest mom by Tiger Scouts, and the construction crew was recognized for keeping safety first.
At Pepper Construction, we label ourselves a relationship-based contractor. But what does that mean? Even the relationships we sometimes take for granted require work. Learn how we've sought to improve our subcontractor relations, and how we were recently recognized for it.
"Your future is whatever you make it." The same is true for us in construction. BIM Manager Mike Alder shares how he is helping to shape the future of construction through the next generation.
Following an award-winning 2015, Pepper Ohio's safety program is raising the bar for other construction companies in Ohio to follow. And we're raising the bar for ourselves too, through higher standards and transparent reporting.