Our team got together in the office (well, in the back of the warehouse, to be exact—it’s spookier back there) last month for a Family Halloween party to celebrate the spooky, the scary, and the downright fun that is this time of year!
Even though many construction firms are taking their time to change their ways, others are realizing how new technology could actually help them with cutting down costs.
Successful and responsible companies, especially those in the construction industry, have begun to invest in gamification method of training to enhance the workplace safety of their employees.
Our community is stronger when we work together to help one another out, and that’s why Triple Crown Construction proudly took part in the Frederick County Goes Purple (FCGP) campaign- a call to action to unify the county toward the goal of reducing substance-related deaths and overdoses.
From a commercial standpoint, the concept of smart rooms is great for hotels because it results in a superior consumer experience compared to a conventional room.
To help out an amazing teacher and make sure that her students have everything they need for a terrific school year, Triple Crown Construction collected supplies throughout the month of August and headed to Butterfly Ridge earlier this month to hand-deliver the items.
This month one of New York’s famous buildings celebrated National Skyscraper Day on September 3rd in addition to honoring the anniversary of everyone who was affected that tragic day on 9/11/2001.
Picture-perfect spaces are being used nowadays in the hospitality industry to market hotel brands and sell mix-use designed spaces to both business and leisure travelers.
Hotels are beginning to redesign their lobby and public spaces into modern, work-friendly zones for both their guests and the wider community.