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Zero Tolerance, plus 140 Ottawa, hurricane updates & photos!

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Learn more about what’s considered verbal and non-verbal harassment. These topics will be discussed by your manager in an upcoming team meeting.

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Kent Companies Southeast withstands the Storm!

Edifice complimented the Kent Southeast team for their efforts to secure the Railyard jobsite as Hurricane Florence approached the Carolinas. There were no incidents at any KCSE job sites. Regional Manager Jeff Kihm shared, “Many kudos to all of Kent’s personnel in the shop, field and office in the Southeast for their safety efforts and their preparedness!”

Edifice Senior Superintendent Tommy Hughes shared, “You should be proud of your crews for their hard work preparing for the upcoming hurricane. We (Edifice) asked each of your crew leaders to take the time and make sure that their materials, equipment, and work in place was secure for the upcoming storm. Our team (Edifice) walked the site late yesterday afternoon and were very impressed with the effort and creativity. It is a good feeling to know that our subcontractors take their responsibilities seriously.”

Division 110 – Grand Rapids Tops Off 140 Ottawa

Division 110 celebrated a topping off lunch at 140 Ottawa on Thursday. Congratulations to the entire team on raising a new landmark in downtown West Michigan.

Division 1810 Steps up for Art Prize

Art Prize is underway in downtown Grand Rapids, thanks to the efforts of Division 1810. Five team members assisted with a unique installation in Calder Plaza. 480 concrete blocks were moved into place in one day. Thanks to Jeff Moomey, Tom Ainsworth, Chat Nummer, Byron Hester and Jesse Lane for your work. Kent Companies is a Patron sponsor of Art Prize.


Division 3410 – New Residential Concrete

Project: Timberwood Apartments

Submitted by: Jeff French, Vice President

Kudos to Division 3410 on your collaboration and Making it Happen for Timberwood Apartments. This project involves new patios surrounding 14 residential projects. The team kicked off the project with a 51 yard pour yesterday, and they will complete the project in five days.