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Business Digest for Sept. 29, 2017

By: Alex Zank, [email protected]//September 29, 2017//

Business Digest for Sept. 29, 2017

By: Alex Zank, [email protected]//September 29, 2017//

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Miron recognized as top green building contractor

Miron Construction Co. was recently ranked among the “Top 100 Green Building Contractors” in the U.S. by the Engineering News Record for leading the construction of third-party-certified sustainable buildings in the country.

Engineering News Record performs annual surveys of key construction-industry segments and ranks companies engaged in general contracting, specialty contracting, engineering, architecture and environmental services, among other specialties.

Hoffman welcomes new staff

Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction recently welcomed three new employees: Jon Rynish as project architect, Amy Moore as designer and Ryan Gillings as assistant project manager.

Rynish brings nearly 10 years of industry experience to the role. Moore has been the owner and a designer at Amy Beth Interiors LLC since 1994. Gillings is a recent graduate of Fox Valley Technical College and worked as a laborer and assistant project manager for the U.S. Navy.

Gensel joins Schroeder Solutions

Daniel Gensel has joined Schroeder Solutions as a logistics coordinator. Gensel has experience as a contract driver, load planner, dispatcher, route manager and customer-service representative.

Malek joins HSI

HSI announced recently that Casey Malek has joined the firm as its director of operations and controller. He joins HSI after 10 years with Sikich, a Milwaukee-area public-accounting firm.

Greenfire promotes Hackbarth

Paul Hackbarth has been promoted to senior project manager at Greenfire Management Services.

Hackbarth has nearly 15 years of experience managing construction in the Milwaukee area, including projects in the technology, retail, healthcare, multi-family, commercial and industrial markets.

Milwaukee philanthropist gives $1 million to Marquette

The Milwaukee entrepreneur, business executive and philanthropist Michael Cudahy recently gave $1 million to Marquette University to support five full scholarships to engineering students. All four students are the first in their families to attend college, come from diverse backgrounds and started at Marquette this academic year.

This is the second big gift from Cudahy to the university. He was the principal donor for the construction of Cudahy Hall, which was built in 1994 and named in honor of his mother, Katharine Reed Cudahy.

Date set for Milwaukee NARI home and remodeling show

The Milwaukee NARI Home & Remodeling Show will be held from Oct. 13 to 15 at the State Fair Park Exposition Center in West Allis.

Anyone who attends will have an opportunity to meet more than 100 exhibitors, all of whom will be members of the Milwaukee chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry. The exhbitors will display their latest home-improvement and remodeling products and services, including: Design/build, kitchens, decks, cabinets, windows, wall covering, bathrooms, lighting, landscaping, roofing, painting, fireplaces, siding and more.


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