75 Years of Service

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By: Robert High
August 13, 2013

This month we are proud to roll out something that has been three years in the making – a video celebrating our 75th anniversary.

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Four Things to Expect From the Recovery

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By: Bart Sontag
August 13, 2013

“The nice part about being a pessimist is that you are constantly being either proven right or pleasantly surprised.” – George F. Will, American editor and commentator

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Six Steps to Constructing Unique Projects

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By: Robert High
June 11, 2013

We were recently contacted by an owner interested in expanding their facility, one of the more iconic institutions in Central Florida. He was referred to us by a close friend who described H. J. High as a company that “does unique projects and is not just a contractor who builds the simple jobs.”

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A Time to Give Thanks

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By: Robert High
December 12, 2012

As we find ourselves in the middle of another holiday season and with Christmas fast approaching, it’s easy to lose focus on some of the larger more important things to be thankful for each year.

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Strategies for Success = Survival: Part III

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By: Bart Sontag
September 6, 2012

In my continuing look at the strategies some companies are (likely unwittingly) employing to survive these times, this post will focus on the recent misstep of one of our subcontractors.

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The Increased Government Burden on Our Projects

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By: Robert High
May 7, 2012

When discussing the government, most people focus their frustrations on our president, Congress, or the Supreme Court. However, closer to home we’re finding an increased government burden in our industry that is quietly costing all of us an exorbitant amount of time and money.

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