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Decking Industry News
|The Fortress Company Launches New Business, Fortress Deck |
PRWeb - Aug 7, 2016
he Fortress Company, a family of innovative building product solutions providers, now offers Fortress Infinity Decking and Hulk Clips & Fasteners from its newest business, Fortress Deck. A strategic launch now has products available in Colorado, Tennessee, Georgia and Texas with more distribution states coming soon and national availability expected in 2017...
Local Government Issues
|Freeport to get $20K for barrier along Interstate 295 |
The Forecaster - Aug 3, 2016
FREEPORT — The Town Council accepted $20,000 from the Maine Department of Transportation to offset the effects of a tree-removal project completed last year along Interstate 295. Councilors on Tuesday unanimously approved the agreement with little discussion ....
|Residents oppose fencing surveys |
Northern Wyoming Daily News Worland Wyoming - Aug 3, 2016
WORLAND – Residents’ concerns over Worland City Code Chapter 7 building code and Worland City Code Chapter 24 surveying for fencing were heard at Worland City Council meeting on Tuesday night. ....
|Civil War Fence Restored |
NEagle - Aug 8, 2016
HONESDALE - The Civil War Memorial fence is back where it belongs, and it looks beautiful. Thanks to Dave and Natalie Rickert and those who helped them, the 146 year old cast iron fence was rescued from the Borough scrap metal heap, restored and put back around the monument in Central Park,...
|Artist uses chain-link fence to send message about SF homeless |
Curbed SF - Aug 4, 2016
In anticipation of the melee that was Super Bowl 50, a tent-city encampment sprouted up along Division Street, at the border of SoMa and Mission, after the city’s homeless population was forced off Market Street. It was later removed under orders of mayor Ed Lee...
|Commuters insist new fence at Dorval terminal is dangerous |
Global News - Aug 8, 2016
Commuters are unhappy after the Agence Métropolitaine de Transport (AMT) installed a fence at the Dorval terminal in an effort to keep commuters from cutting across the loop and weaving between the buses....
|Home pool fencing legislation raises concerns |
Newstalk ZB - Aug 9, 2016
Plunket is worried changes to home-pool fencing legislation might have Parliament going off the deep end when it comes to children's water safety.
The Building Pools Amendment Bill has passed its second reading....
|Railroad puts up fence along portion of Seward Highway due to trespassers |
youralaskalink - Aug 4, 2016
It hasn’t been just trains moving through the tracks of the Alaska Railroad, instead a recent flurry of feet with an increase of people crossing the railway. A six-foot-tall chain-link fence stretching along the paved pullout just after Mile 113 now stands between the Seward Highway and the Alaska Railroad tracks......
|Fence rules changed for deer farms |
Wisconsin Radio Network - Aug 4, 2016
The state Natural Resources Board has approved permanent rules that clarify fencing requirements for deer farms. The move allows deer farms to opt out of Chronic Wasting Disease monitoring programs, ....
Animals and Fences - Wildlife
|5 ways to protect your garden from the deer |
Crestview Bulletin - Aug 4, 2016
Don’t let your vegetable and fall flower gardens succumb to hungry deer. Even if you’re lucky enough to be deer-free now, be vigilant and prepared to prevent damage as these beautiful creatures move into your landscape to dine. Here are five tactics to help you in the battle against these hungry animals....
|Colorado Highway 9 wildlife crossings reduce winter collisions |
Summit Daily - Aug 4, 2016
The winding stretch of rural highway between Silverthorne and Kremmling has gained notoriety for wildlife collisions. Over the last 11 years, the 10.6-mile segment of Highway 9 has seen more than 650 vehicle-wildlife crashes, Colorado Parks and Wildlife project consultant Michelle Cowardin said...
USA/Mexico Border Fence
Wallace+Wallace, is the largest manufacturer and distributor of fencing and overhead door
products in Manitoba. Wallace is proud to have developed a strong reputation in the
construction industry as the uncompromising choice, a premium product and installation with
industry leading reliability and service.
As a key member of the sales team, the Estimator will provide support to our sales
representatives, and clients with the evaluation of drawings and specs
· Prepare the cost of materials, labour, and equipment for construction projects, using contract
bids, quotations, drawings and specifications.
· Input inbound sales orders.
·Assist sales team in preparation of take-offs, ensuring that we know everything required to
successfully bid and win projects.
· Assist customers with product selection and layout.
·Support design-build preconstruction services both internally and in joint ventures to ensure
high quality, competitive estimates and schedules
· Must have a minimum of 2 years’ experience reading blueprints
· Take Off experience.
· Expert in reading specifications, plan designs and details.
· Sales experience considered an asset
Attn: K Buhler
LMT Mercer Group, Inc, the largest manufacturer and distributor of fence, deck, and railing accessories
is seeking a West Coast Territory Manager.
Responsibilities include seeking out and developing additional business with existing customers, as well
as seeking out new customers with LMT’s extensive product lines, and new products.
Regional Sales experience a plus for this opportunity.
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