Marine labor is a difficult and demanding profession requiring a diverse skillset and deep knowledge. The very best shipyard workers possess a deep love of honest craftsmanship and a maritime heritage from which they pride themselves. Reliability is key and experience are key, as well. So how do you find these perfect craftsmen, especially with […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Please join us in saying congratulations to this week’s Employee Spotlight Nominee, Kevin Ragland. Nominated by our Raleigh, North Carolina office, Kevin has been field representative for Tradesmen for more than five years. In order to learn more about Kevin, asked him to tell us a little bit about his Tradesmen International work experience. How […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Tempe Office also Earns Top 5 Business Employment Service Rank in Arizona for All Categories Serving Central Arizona since 2000, the local Tradesmen International Tempe, Arizona team, including GM Eric Cereske and RVP Dan Schwab, pride themselves in helping contractors susta in high levels of workforce productivity, right-sized skilled workforces and proven, safety-minded craftsmen. For […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
From our Fargo, North Dakota construction staffing office, we’d like to take a moment to recognize Brian Miller. Drawn to Tradesmen because it gives him a chance to work on and learn something new every day, Brian has continually impressed through his attention to detail and commitment to safety. As this week’s Spotlight Award Nominee, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
More than 6,270 hours logged! A Tradesmen employee since 2011 with over 6,270 working hours logged, this weeks Employee Spotlight recipient is Darryl Walker. In order to learn more about Darryl and what has made him some an outstanding craftsman, we asked him to share some of his Tradesmen experience with us: Who inspired you […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
What does the future hold for the construction industry With job demand on the rise and the average age of the workforce increasing, today’s construction industry looks dramatically different than it did 5 years ago. But what will it look like in five years from now? For a sneak peak of what the future may […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A Tradesmen Rock Star with More Than 26,000 Hours Logged A true Tradesmen rock star, this week Tradesmen wants to take a moment to recognize Cody Swartzendruber. A journeyman electrician who has worked with Tradesmen since 2001, Cody has logged more than 26,648 hours with us – and we truly wish we could have 100 […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
We are saddened by the loss of Michael Warren, one of the hardest working employees to ever walk through our front doors. One of the most tenured Project Coordinators in the company, Michael recently lost his long battle with Diabetes and was taken from us way too soon. Mike had a commanding presence in the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Congress Extended Vital Tax Credits for the Alternative Energy Industry. Now What? In December 2015, Congress passed a bill extending the Production Tax Credit (PTC) and Investment Tax Credit (ITC) which aid the wind and solar industries, respectively. This is huge news for the renewable energy industry because this means approximately $73 billion in new […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Craftmanship and Work Ethic, Personified Darrin Bunn has been with Tradesmen International for 12 years. He consistently represents what it means to be a craftsman. During his time with Tradesmen, he has established himself as one of our most dependable carpenters. Besides his punctuality and dedication to this company, he has an inspiring work ethic […]Continue Reading... No Comments.