As companies seek creative ways to attract and retain their employees, we've found the most meaningful way to show appreciation to our people is through recognition and career development.
At Pepper, we believe our trade partners are critical to our success and each year hold an appreciation event to let them know how important they are. We believe it, but we don't always talk about it or celebrate it. This post shares some of those stories, as well as a personal challenge to do more to recognize them.
How are you assured of quality when new design elements, products and systems are specified. In this article, Pepper's quality team in Indiana explains the process they took before the recent successful installation of a voided slab Cobiax system.
Could the field be the key to converting more people to Lean Construction? In our presentation on Field-led Lean Construction - the Key to Unlocking Conversion in Our Industry at 2018 LCI Congress, one team shares how they went from no experience to all-in.
Pepper believes that every project we build has a special purpose and a unique opportunity to impact the lives of the people who live, work and play in those spaces. In 2015, Pepper built a new 27,000-square-foot auditorium for Cary-Grove High School. Jamie Fletcher, a recent Pepper marketing intern, and Cary-Grove graduate recalls the impact that this auditorium had on the lives of her and other students in the music department.