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Kansas City Office Holds Holiday Party

Our Kansas City office celebrated the holidays with some fun, food and team-building at the Kansas City Culinary Institute. We divided our group into teams, and each team made a course for the meal we shared later. Before enjoying the meal, we had a friendly competition to see who could create the best dessert and…

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Leadership Studio Bike Challenge

The Ceco Leadership Studio participants recently competed in an internal challenge when two teams squared off to see how many bikes they could assemble for foster children who are part of the Jackson County CASA program in Kansas City, MO. The two teams used the community outreach event to build their team strength as well…

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C-Craft Provides Ceco Solution to Skilled Labor Shortage

The Southwest region is now into its 8 month of C-Craft training for entry level formwork craftsmen. The program was born out of a need within our industry to provide specific training for individuals entering the trade with little or no experience in the construction of concrete frames. C-CRAFT training modules are a blend of…

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Ceco Team Tops Out Hayden Ferry III Office Building in Tempe, AZ

Ceco Concrete Construction, a nationwide design-assist structural concrete formwork and frame contractor just topped off the new Hayden Ferry III office building in Tempe, AZ. Ceco employed a band beam concrete structural system on this  office building project which provided construction efficiency and flexibility for future changes.

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Banner Estrella Medical Center Addition Wins ENR Awards

The recently completed Banner Estrella Medical Tower Addition – the first acute care project in Phoenix to utilize a concrete frame in years – is collecting ENR’s Best Projects Healthcare – Southwest award, in addition to the Top Overall Safety Award. The project was completed with a nonproprietary mild-reinforced Wide Module concrete frame which provided the project the following…

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