Tom was ready.  He had been living the bachelor dream for a few years now and finally found a young lady that shared his passion and zest for life.  This wasn’t his first try, Tom had been married before, but the flying, working and living was just too much for his first wife.  This time things would be different. Amanda was the bride to be.  She was in heaven and

Guam – Construction on the first two military buildup projects related to the Marine Corps relocation to Guam has been completed and a ribbon cutting ceremony was held at Naval Base Guam two weeks ago to celebrate. Officials say these projects mark the beginning of more buildup related projects to come.  These projects are the U.S. Marine Corps funded Apra Harbor wharf improvement and the government of Japan funded U.S.

On Monday, February 3rd, 2014, Neal Flesner presented at the monthly lunch meeting of The City Engineers of Orange County.  Neal spoke to the group on the behaviors of truly World Class teams, what it takes to deliver truly World Class teamwork and how leaders can enable their teams to strive for and achieve World Class teamwork and results on their construction projects. Participating Cities: Anaheim, Brea, Buena Park, Cerritos, Costa

The Air Force Technical Applications Center, at Patrick AFB in Florida, is undergoing a $158 million military construction project for a new headquarters building, which includes a radiochemistry lab that will be used to identify radiological or nuclear debris in support of AFTAC’s Nuclear Debris Collection and Analysis Program. AFTAC is the only organization in the federal government whose mission it is to detect and report technical data from foreign