Top manufacturer in the nation selects local chapter of ALS Association for annual sponsorship Peachtree City, Georgia, April 28, 2016 – The employees of Rinnai America, the number-one selling brand of tankless water heaters in the United States and Canada, have selected the Georgia Chapter of The ALS Association for one of the company’s 2016 […]
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Rinnai, our client, was featured in Contractor Magazine for raising funds to benefit the ALS Association Georgia Chapter. Read more at Rinnai America employees raise funds for the ALS Association Georgia chapter.
Our client KWA Construction is featured by the Associated Press for its use of drones in the construction industry. Read more at New vistas open up at small businesses that use drones (Associated Press)
Rinnai, our client, is featured in “Coming Soon” in Natural Living magazine for its Wi-Fi connectivity to gas tankless water heaters. Read more at Converting to Natural Gas, Always a Popular Choice (Natural Living) (page 7)
Our client, Soci, is featured in Tileometry for its upcoming participation at Coverings (Booth #6653). Connie Gumm, vice president, has been nominated for the Coverings Rock Star. Read more at Soci to Showcase Latest Tile Collections at Coverings – Tileometry
Read more at The New Place to Be! Sylvan 30! | WFAA.com
Our client, KWA Construction, is featured in GlobeSt.com for the latest historic project, Arlington Commons. KWA Construction is the general contractor on the $200 million multifamily redevelopment project in Arlington history. Read more at Project Infuses Fresh Supply to Limited Stock of Units | GlobeSt.com
Holly Webster, director of administration at KWA, our client, is quoted in Construction Dive magazine for her views on women in construction. Read more at 10 ways to create a more inclusive environment for women in construction | Construction Dive