Entries by Michaela Good

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Ohio EPA’s Compliance Assistance Conference 2020

Ohio EPA’s Compliance Assistance Conference has gone virtual and is currently taking place Sept. 21 through Oct. 8, 2020. There’s no need to travel – sit back, relax, and enjoy a front-row seat while we bring the experts to you. Although our methods may have changed, Ohio EPA remains committed to assisting businesses, communities, and […]

2020 Summer Golf Outing News Flash

The Builders held the Annual Golf Outing at the fabulous Trumbull Country Club this year. Golf teams were greeted with a beautiful day on the links complemented by sunshine and clear skies.

Adolph Johnson & Son Co.

Client: Social Security Administration Adolph Johnson & Son Co. Relies on New Materials, Time-Tested Skills. Paul Johnson sees the new Social Security Administration office in downtown Youngstown as more than a design-build project. It’s a symbol that Youngstown is on the right path to revitalizing its downtown area.

Lencyk Masonry Company, Inc.

Client: D.D. & Velma Davis Education & Visitors Center, Youngstown Community School, and Newton Falls K-6 Elementary School Larry Lencyk has his company’s logo prominently displayed on several pieces of his heavy equipment. For those who know the owner of Lencyk Masonry Company, Inc., it’s clear that this promotion is not because he wants to […]

Stitle Construction

Not many towns in Ohio can boast about the quality of its community center like Salem, Ohio can. And when brothers Jerry and Jim Stitle drive past the campus-like facility, they are proud of their town’s gem for more reasons than others.

Stevens Masonry, Inc.

Stevens Masonry’s dedication and professionalism gives one high school an award-winning facility It may have been the largest project in this small western Pennsylvania town in 80 years. It may have cost a whopping $50 million to local taxpayers. And for one group of alumni – it was a chance to prove itself on its […]

Connell, Inc.

Productivity and quality work fuel Connell’s longstanding reputation for excellence Reputation is not a characteristic taken lightly at Connell, Inc., a premier erection and rigging contractor based in Youngstown, Ohio. Attention to detail, teamwork, flexibility and solid productivity are attributes that Connell manpower delivers every day, to every client, says company president Jerry Harper.

Grafton Construction, Inc.

No-nonsense approach to business is a welcomed reputation for Grafton Construction, Inc. When a crew from Grafton Construction, Inc. arrives on a job site, the customer can be confident that these professional carpenters have the same expectations as the project owner: Get the work done correctly the first time.

I.C. Electric Inc.

If I.C. Electric, Inc. were a person instead of a company, it would be the type of person you’d want to have living next door. The Sharpsville, Pennsylvania-based electrical contractor built and maintains a reputation for reliability, trustworthiness, responsiveness and, of course, good, solid work.