During the summer of 2018, Derrick Companies had the opportunity to host two interns, Matt Sparstad and Neil Scott.
Derrick Companies of New Richmond, Wisconsin, today announced that its status as an Accredited Quality Contractor (AQC) has been renewed by the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC).
Join us for this inside look at the new Johnson Ford facility in New Richmond. Photos taken 6-22-18. It is so close to being completed. What a gorgeous facility!
If you are thinking of building you have likely heard that lumber, fuel, and steel prices have been on the rise. Tariffs have increased steel costs around 10%. Lumber prices which generally increase once each year are looking at further increases this fall. Gas prices are increasing, as well. All of these costs factor into overall project price increases for construction projects taking place or those that might be in the planning phases now. How can you prepare or lessen negative effects on your project?
If you have been in the market for a building site for a personal or business project, you probably know firsthand that choice properties are moving quickly. How can you get the inside track on available land, affordable land, and get your project moving forward?
Some of our team participated in the Annual Butler Sales Meeting last month, and we just received this award photo to share it with you.
Derrick Building Solutions team members took part in the Derrick Companies annual Safety Day on Thursday, March 29, 2018, at the WITC New Richmond campus. Derrick Companies employees were required to attend and vendors and subcontractors were also invited to attend. The safety program is led by Tom Derrick, Director of Safety at Derrick Companies.
Derrick Building Solutions LLC implements a proactive safety program to ensure that employees, subcontractors, owners, visitors and the general public are kept safe on or around our projects. We approach safety in the same way we approach a project with a significant amount of pre-planning. We review potential issues, anticipate problems, and identify new potential issues that will require additional staff training. Our team members take part in continual training and have the proper certification in place.
How can you successfully stay operational while a significant construction project is taking place at your facility?
Planning for a construction project at your existing facility while staying open for business can be accomplished smoothly when you dedicate an extra effort to planning before and during the project. Click on the Renovation Planning Checklist image for your free downloadable guide.