Archive for March, 2013

Kelsey-Sebold Houston Administration Expansion

Pearland, Texas

Pearland, Texas

The new 170,000 sq. ft Kelsey-Sebold administration complex in Pearland, Texas is set to open in August 2013. When complete, this $21 million project will house 600 full time employees. The complex will become a central location to support Kelsey-Sebold’s physicians and clinics throughout the Houston area.

Bill Plouse rented Symons Steel Ply for the tunnel system and the complete tilt-up package including engineering, inserts and braces for the building. Gamma Construction also purchased vapor barrier, redwood expansion joints and lumber for the panels.

Thank you to Bill Plouse for your hard work and the information on this project.

Always Learning – Euclid Training

Houston, Texas

Houston, Texas

Last week, our sales staff took part in a training put on by Euclid Chemical at our Houston South location. As part of our commitment to having the most knowledgeable sales staff in the industry, we are working with our vendors to stay up-to-date on their latest products and industry trends.

The training was broken up into two segments; a classroom and hands on product demonstration. The hour long classroom session included product literature and information to f Euclid’s line of concrete repair products. The product demonstration segment allowed the employees to see the proper preparation and use of the products in action.

If you would like to learn more about Euclid and their line of products click here.


Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development Transportation Conference


Baton Rouge, Louisiana

In February, the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development held its Biennial Transportation Conference in Baton Rouge. Compromising of LA DOTD employees and private engineers over 1,500 attendees came to the conference for continuing education and Personal Development Hours. The conference also brings in experts from all over the country to speak about issues facing the transportation industry.

Dean Hughes (41) from our Baton Rouge branch and other employees from CMC Construction Services participated in the vendor exhibition portion of the conference promoting products that we manufacture and sale for the transportation industry.

We would like to thank Dean Hughes for supplying the image and information for this post.

Always Being Ready – First Aid and CPR Training

CMC Construction Services takes pride in its continued commitment to safety. Each month we will highlight the efforts of CMC Construction Services and its employees as they work together in an effort to make the workplace and home safer.

Houston, Texas

Houston, Texas

Recently at the Houston South branch employees took part in American Heart Association First Aid and CPR training and certification course. This class was given by Warren Stapleton (51), who is an instructor for the American Heart Association thru Memorial Hospital Life Flight program.

This course teaches critical skills and knowledge needed to respond to and manage a first aid or sudden cardiac arrest emergency. The employees learned how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock and other first aid emergencies, as well as perform CPR and use an AED.

We would like to thank Warren for his hard work and for providing the images and information.

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