Waterloo, named after the Belgian municipality best known as the site of Napoleon’s last stand, was a popular destination for Mennonite and German settlers in the early 1800s. Incorporated as a village in 1857, it grew to become the town of Waterloo in 1876 and finally the city of Waterloo in 1948. The City of Waterloo is currently going through one of its busiest eras – and that is saying a lot.
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is a system that rates the design, construction and maintenance of environmentally responsible buildings and neighbourhoods. LEED is intended to help building owners use resources more efficiently.
In this modern age of business, fortunes and reputations can be built or lost with the click of a mouse key, and the relationship between provider and client is now a transaction that is often executed in the quickest and most direct method possible.
The history of home health and hospice care in the United States dates back to the 1880s. The industry has come a long way since then, when mountains of paper were necessary for home healthcare plans. Technology to support this industry continues to rapidly evolve, and it’s a good thing, since growth in this sector of healthcare demands it.
J. Calnan & Associates, Inc. (JC&A) is ready for a challenge. The Boston-area company specializes in challenging preconstruction and construction projects throughout New England, New York, and New Jersey.
Wherever you live, wherever you’ve been, you’ve probably stood in a building made with concrete or traveled a road made of asphalt. If you live in Alberta, you’ve probably encountered the work of Knelsen Sand & Gravel Ltd., a leading provider of concrete, asphalt and aggregate throughout the area.
Finding a reputable painting company that completes projects in a timely manner from the planning stages to completion can be a difficult task. Yet Long Painting Company has over 45 years of history doing just that.
Megen Construction was launched from an Ohio basement in 1993. From this modest start, the family owned company has grown into a thriving, 40-employee business managing $65 million construction projects out of offices in Cincinnati and Cleveland.
Planet Fitness was founded in 1992 “for the everyday person,’” says McCall Gosselin, Director of Public Relations. The company’s foundational goal was to produce a space where anybody would feel welcome, no matter what their level of fitness.
ChargePoint is truly ahead of the game. The California based company predicted that electric vehicles (EVs) were the wave of the future – and developed an innovative charging infrastructure before EVs even hit the market.