It’s getting harder and harder to keep up with the latest tech. Seems like a new social media platform debuts every week, virtual reality appears in every commercial break, and a smart belt buckle is now available for purchase (yeah, really).
It doesn’t matter if we’re working on an Army base in California, a new condo construction in Kansas City or a top-secret government installation in South Carolina—budget is always a top priority. And regardless of how much I try to estimate the cost of a project ahead of time, too many other factors are in play that can have an adverse effect on the cost. It’s no surprise I’m a big fan of value engineering.
Kansas City, MO – Infinite Energy Construction, a Kansas City-based electrical and general contractor, was recently awarded a major three-year federal government contract at Fort Hood, Texas, one of the largest Army bases in the United States and the world.
I’m a big fan of putting your money where your mouth is.
November 10, 2016 Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, MO – Supporting the troops needs to go beyond just buying a yellow ribbon magnet for your SUV. In honor of Veteran’s Day on Nov. 11, several area companies and organizations are working to go much further to show their commitment and support to both newly enlisted soldiers and veterans in the Kansas City area.
October 6, 2016 Kansas City, Mo. Infinite Energy Construction, a Kansas City-based electrical and general contractor, was recently awarded two major multi-year federal government contracts, including large projects for the United States Navy and Air Force.