We continue our #WeAreHarris initiative with another branch spotlight. Branch leader Sith is introducing his location, AH Harris of Manchester, NH.
In part 33 of our 'Meet the Team' series, I had the chance to speak with Ed Hoyt, the Director of Operations. Ed has been with A.H. Harris for 9 years now & has been a huge part in many projects. With the opening of our new location in Allentown, PA Ed has played a major role in making sure this move was a success. Ed has put many miles on his car as he travels to each branch constantly to assist each team. He is a perfect example of Harris Pride. Now, let's hear it from Ed!
The US Department of Transport Federal Highway Administration launched their 2016 National Work Zone Awareness campaign. This is a re-blog from the FHWA article.
The following A.H Harris associates are celebrating milestone anniversaries this April:
We are excited to continue our strong relationship with the TCA. Our CEO Kim Corwin is a past president on the TCA Board of directors and now Harris account manager John Adams is serving as a member. Congratulations, John!
We have reached episode XXX of our ‘Meet the Team’ leadership spotlight interviews! Today, I got the opportunity to talk with new Harris Pride member, Jake Preissler. Jake is the first recruiter here A.H. Harris and celebrating his one month with the company this week. Within his few short weeks of being with the company, Jake has jumped in with both feet. This is a great opportunity for Jake to introduce himself so without further ado, let's hear from Jake!
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Brace yourself, winter is coming. Among the many challenges associated with concrete construction, there is none more common than that of pouring and placing concrete in cold weather. While cold weather concreting has been addressed overtime with varying levels of effectiveness, there is really only one optimal approach to proper curing during cold weather. Additives and accelerators have unfavorable side effects, but insulated heat application doesn’t.