Two articles I recently read brought me to a similar recognition, but most aptly stated by Joseph Schumpeter,The Economist, March 14, 2015 — “People still greet each other by handing out little rectangles made from dead trees rather than tapping their phones together.
As building professionals, you must consider the potential impacts of climate change on the built environment. You must incorporate appropriate adaptation strategies so the environments you build, design, and manage today will be suitable for an uncertain tomorrow.
Every contractor can decide on his or her own cause, but tying it to the business is not a bad idea. In today’s day of social media and communication, your good deeds get talked about in the community a lot more. It’s something to think about.
Mark Crockett, vice president, Crockett Facilities Services, explains the importance of technician training, the value of being a top minority-owned company in the U.S., current projects the company is managing, and much more.