We believe in being an active member of our local business community. We also believe in participating in organizations that are relevant to the industries in which we serve. By actively engaging our local business community we gain keen insights into our local Kansas City market.
Through these activities, we are also able to develop and extend our network with others so that we can build healthy business relationships for the long term. The various industry groups that we participate in helps us to stay current on the latest technology and trends. It also provides a learning opportunity which we leverage to improve our operations.
Listed below are the various groups that we have membership in. You will find a brief description of each group as well as a link to their website.
DBIA is the only organization that defines, teaches and promotes design-build best practices. Members are connected to a network of over 4,200 leaders in the design and construction industry.
The purpose of The International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) is to advance the shopping center industry and to promote its role in the commercial distribution of consumer goods and services.
To protect the public welfare by establishing and maintaining minimum standards for licensing contractors and by providing quality continuing education to enhance contractor knowledge of building codes.
KAPA-KRMCA is dedicated to the betterment of the ready mixed concrete and aggregate industries in the state of Kansas and works for members and non-members.
Our mission is to improve the market for oil and gas produced in Kansas and to protect, promote, foster, and advance the common interests of those engaged in all aspects of the Kansas crude oil and natural gas producing industry.
The National Demolition Association is here to provide support. The NDA offers its members information on the latest advances and training in safety and regulatory matters.
The Olathe Chamber of Commerce provides the perfect platform to promote business development and growth in the Kansas City business community.
The Chamber´s Economic Development Council (EDC) was formed in 1995 to direct Olathe´s economic development activities.
The South Kansas City Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary, member-supported organization of business and professional people who are committed to improving the economic environment of South Kansas City.
Committed to community wellness and environmental responsibility through the use of synthetic turf, the Synthetic Turf Council is the industry’s voice for promoting the highest ethical and professional standards, education, legislative and community advocacy.
The Wyandotte Economic Development Council is a non-profit economic development corporation whose mission is to promote and strengthen Wyandotte County Kansas’ economy through innovative approaches to programs, partnerships, and leadership in industrial, residential, office and retail markets.
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- Attention to Detail
- Customer First Approach
- Diverse & Harmonious Team
- Communication & Collaboration
- O.S.H.A Compliant & Safety First Policy
- Eco-Friendly & Green Construction Techniques