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We just finished celebrating National Employee Ownership Month in October, and as we wrapped it up by coming together as teammates in each office for parties, I was reminded of just how unique this company is — and how employee ownership affects more than those of us who work here. It benefits our clients and partners, too.

To understand how that’s possible, you have to understand how...

As a 100 percent employee-owned company, the team at MW Builders knows all about ownership. As part owners, they have a vested interest in the company, taking charge of their future and directly affecting their bottom line. But MW Builders is finding success in letting employees take ownership of something else as well — cross-company training.

Training programs and company improvement...

Independence. It’s a word that can take on many meanings, but the significance is always the same — it signals a change, a new era for some, turning the page on an exciting chapter of life. For some seniors, independence means being free of the burdens of home ownership. It means staying active, creating community, and retaining a vested interest in their properties. This quest for...

Environmental concern and consciousness has steadily increased over the years, from the move to more eco-friendly vehicles to the continued growth of recycling programs and acceptance of recycled goods, going green is affecting nearly all aspects of daily life — and the construction industry is no different. As the sustainable building movement has evolved — and with the acceptance of more...

Just as new construction starts with a strong foundation, our company is built upon lasting relationships and cultivated with innovative ideas to fit our clients' needs. With our MW Builders magazine, Strong Foundation, we hope to provide insight on the latest construction trends; highlight our partners and projects making an impact in their communities; and share helpful resources....

Jeremy Lambden is the estimating manager in the MW Builders Temple, TX office.

At MW Builders, we continue to look for ways to add value for our clients. As Estimating Manager, I am focused on how to best structure and deploy our preconstruction resources to help our clients make informed decisions, avoid surprises, and move their projects forward. Above and beyond anything...

Bret Necessary is the business development lead at our MW Builders office in Temple, TX. Bret is responsible for researching and finding new opportunities for partnerships and projects to further grow the company.

Relationships in the construction industry are not only important — they are a necessity. The nature of selecting a general contractor for a construction project has...

Jason Oldham is the vice president of operations for MW Builders and is located in our Temple, TX, office. In his role, Jason manages the operation of multiple projects throughout the country, providing oversight to project team members throughout the construction process.

In 2015, Manpower Group released its 10th Annual Talent Shortage Survey, a global study of more than 41,...

The idea behind preconstruction is not new: collaborate to identify obstacles and find solutions. By exploring available avenues, you will define your route to success. In simplest terms, preconstruction involves building a road map for each project to follow. It involves recognizing road blocks and finding alternate routes. It means recognizing that the only constant in every...

The value of relationships is often touted as fundamental to the success of any business, but, for MW Builders, it is more than just a cliché; it has brought business back to the Kansas City market. With a bulk of recent projects performed outside of Kansas City, Vice President Todd Winnerman explains why MW Builders is targeting the metro area in 2016 and beyond. "Because we...

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