Coordination, Communication, and Cooperation
We believe these are three important elements to a safe and efficient job site, and it’s all of our jobs to uphold these “three C’s” while at work.
Check out some of our recent progress that was put in place thanks to the coordination, communication, and cooperation between our EBCO team, our subcontractor and vendor partners, ownership groups, and architects.
2,000 Yards of Concrete
In the past week, over 2,000 yards of concrete have been poured on job sites in Texas, Arizona, and Utah, with another pour scheduled for tomorrow in California. These project teams have had some very early mornings to put this work in place. Thank you to all of our fantastic concrete subcontractors who are moving our projects forward this week.
What Are We Standing On?
Have you ever wondered what’s underneath your feet when you’re standing in your hotel room?
Post tension cables, stud rails, rebar, conduits, MEP sleeves, just to name a few. This work was all very well coordinated to ensure a successful concrete pour at the Home2 Suites in Los Angeles, California.
Team Work Makes Dream Work
We love our people! They’re usually moving too fast to get a photo of, but we’ve recently been able to snap a few of our teams on the site. These are just a few of the awesome team members who keep EBCO moving forward.
Pictured first at the Home2 Suites in Tucson, Arizona is Superintendent, Erick Umana and Vice President, David Egger. Pictured second at the Home2 Suites & Hampton Inn in Tucson, Arizona is Construction Manager, Justin Jones, Greg Fay of Fayth Hospitality, Vice President, David Egger, and Superintendent, Mike Hollibaugh.