• Storage On Demand

    In a business catering to the breakneck pace of construction in the central Ohio area, Jimmy Johnson, Co-Owner of American Mobile Leasing LLC (AML), is used to being light on his feet. But this summer, when the company won two contracts from retail giant Target for remodels of local stores, he and others at AML had their work cut out for them.   read more...

  • People + Tenacity

    One trillion dollars. This is the aggregate cost of cybercrime that organizations worldwide surpassed in 2020, according to a report published by the Center for Strategic and International Studies—an amount that more than tripled in less than a decade. This total doesn’t include harder-to-quantify costs, such as lost business opportunities, wasted resources and the negative impact that lost data and downtime can have on employee morale. After surveying 1,500 companies, reviewing publicly available data and interviewing cybersecurity officials, the report’s authors concluded that most organizations lack an understanding of cyber risk and a plan to monitor, manage and mitigate it.   read more...

  • Noticeably Different. Noticeably Better.

    In 1977, brothers Bob and Jim Gregory founded Texas Disposal Systems, Inc. (TDS) with one customer, one truck and plenty of determination. Building on a deep commitment to customer satisfaction and environmental preservation, the Gregory family created a collection of businesses that has become one of the largest independently owned solid waste collection and disposal companies in Central Texas.   read more...

  • Power On!

    The adage, “Necessity is the mother of invention” has likely been the catalyst for the spawning of myriad businesses across many industries. When Greg Mathews decided to start his own electrical company, it was this saying that sparked his decision.   read more...

  • Happy Employees, Happy Clients

    When you’re working on the 23rd floor of an occupied building, deft management of logistics is key to success. “When you’re doing a renovation in a high-rise with tenants above and below, you have to carefully manage 
logistics—for example, moving 2 tons of trash out the door and making sure subcontractors are scheduled at times where traffic disruptions and noise are minimized. We 
meticulously plan these details on every project,” says Greg Kunkle, CEO of Patriot Construction, Inc.   read more...

  • Exceed, Excel, Stay Safe

    When Gustavo Hermida and Fred Gallo founded the company that would become CIC Construction Group in Puerto Rico in 1983, they had big dreams; but they didn’t know their newborn company would succeed as it has, growing into an island giant now finding its footing on continental shores.   read more...

  • Improvise, Adapt and Overcome

    “Glass breaks, and that’s OK.” That may seem like an odd credo for a man whose professional life revolves around glass—but for Richard Main, who co-owns Vista Glass Inc. with his wife, Maria, it’s a way of saying the glass itself is less important and durable than the relationships forged with their customers.   read more...

  • Keeping It Cool

    Sean McKinney had a simple, steadfast idea—if his company was going to be the best HVAC organization in Georgia, being easy to reach and listening to the needs of the customers would always be its focus. For the two decades since he opened the doors of Maintenance Unlimited Heating & Cooling, that idea has been the backbone of his success and the root of the company’s growth.   read more...

  • Cutting It
 Close

    In 1985, Gary Hale decided it was time for a change.   read more...

  • A Passion for Building

    From an early age, Greg Schank, Owner and Director of Pacific Construction Managers, has been intrigued by the built environment. “I became interested in architecture at a very young age, and I grew up watching my parents flip homes after renovating and remodeling them,” he recalls. “It only felt natural to pick construction as my career choice.”   read more...

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