It's been two years since Pepper created the Underground Utility Damage Prevention process. Instead of keeping our process proprietary, we're sharing how we're preventing utility strikes at venues like the LCI Congress and the American Institute of Constructors' Constructor Conference.
Technology is driving change in our industry. It's one thing to test it and another to adopt it. At Pepper, we're figuring out how to move innovative ideas from prototype to part of our business.
A recent survey and focus group gave tradespeople an opportunity to voice how Pepper jobsites could improve. Pepper took their feedback to make changes, then we showed our appreciation with food and fun.
Pepper Construction worked with our partners at this year's Canstruction to create Jack Skellington from "The Nightmare Before Christmas" entirely out of canned food.
Pepper Construction once again assembled an Oktoberfest biergarten in our downtown Chicago parking lot and welcomed more than 400 clients, partners, employees and guests for traditional German fun and festivities.
Each year, Pepper people share their lessons learned and innovative ideas they've applied on projects to improve quality. Enthusiasm around the annual Quality Concept of the Year has grown as our teams find ways to work better and smarter.
Project-specific orientations gives tradespeople a wider view and sense of purpose on the jobsite.