Delivering Success Newsletter – October 2021

October 8, 2021

VIEWPOINTS: set up your facilities for long-term success Whether you’re developing or acquiring a new building, or repurposing an old one, you need a big-picture perspective to make smart decisions. Terracon Facilities Services Director Ed …

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Meeting the Challenges of Fast-Paced Distribution Center Construction

October 5, 2021

Demand for new logistics facilities is growing at an unprecedented rate all over the U.S. The fast pace requires teams capable of meeting short deadlines while providing the resources and flexibility to respond to demanding …

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Rebuilding the ‘Gateway to Columbus’ – The Mill District

October 5, 2021

EPA Brownfield Grant Helps Revitalize a Georgia Community The 2nd Avenue Corridor of Columbus, Georgia was once a center of economic prosperity. This area, now known as the Mill District, includes the former Bibb City …

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Terracon Recognized Among the 2021 Kansas City Best Places to Work

September 27, 2021

OLATHE, Kansas – Terracon is pleased to be recognized as an honoree of the 2021 Kansas City Best Places to Work, which is designated by the Kansas City Business Journal. Terracon is one of five …

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Caring for Those Who Care for Us

September 17, 2021

Terracon’s Work for Children’s Hospitals Benefits Communities Healthcare is more than the building you’re in – it’s the relationship between provider and patient and the critical environment in which they interact. Terracon employees live in …

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Delivering Success Newsletter – September 2021

September 15, 2021

Delivering logistics projects at the speed of business Supply chain facilities are a critical link in keeping goods flowing smoothly from place to place. We can help you with streamlined solutions to get your structure …

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Terracon Foundation Awards $10,000 in Grants for Hurricane Ida Relief

September 8, 2021

OLATHE, Kan. — The Terracon Foundation announced two $5,000 grants to food banks in Louisiana for food and supplies following Hurricane Ida’s landfall on Aug. 29. The storm left over one million people without power …

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Innovative iTrams Tool Streamlines Data Access and Workflow for Complex Projects

September 1, 2021

Today’s large-scale construction projects are complex undertakings that can generate thousands of tests. Additionally, tight schedules, large teams, constantly evolving specifications, and workflows are standard. Quickly getting critical quality management information into the right hands …

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Confirming the Safety of Those Administering COVID-19 Vaccines Through Carbon Dioxide Monitoring

August 31, 2021

The science behind the vaccines helping to fight the COVID-19 pandemic is impressive, but the vaccines have special requirements for storage and transport that require extra care. The work of Terracon’s industrial hygiene team helps ensure …

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Terracon Foundation Awards $5,000 Grant to Heart to Heart International for Haiti Earthquake Relief

August 24, 2021

OLATHE, Kan. — The Terracon Foundation announced a $5,000 grant to Heart to Heart International (HHI) to provide emergency healthcare in the aftermath of the 7.2-magnitude earthquake that occurred Aug. 14 in Haiti. “Terracon is …

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