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Planning a Lean, IPD project?

Lean, IPD projects produce better results, but they require a different approach for everyone. Learn how to set up your next project for success.

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Weather’s influence on building performance

We can learn a lot from past storms and take actions now to prepare and bounce back faster from the next extreme weather event.

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Pepper goes pink

A pink elevator installed at Community Hospital East, hit close to home for one of our own breast cancer survivors.

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The right trajectory

Our founders and thought leaders put us on a path to lead the industry. As we celebrate our 90-year milestone, we're also looking ahead to what's next.

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It’s time to drop the blame game and ask ourselves the tough questions

An incident on a recently-completed project is the perfect example of how root cause analysis is supposed to work.

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Ready for a close up?

This past summer, Pepper hosted 3 high school interns at the Community Hospital East project. We decided to check in with them during the last week of their internship to see what they learned.

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Which path is the right path?

Careers can take many paths. The team at Community Hospital East recently shared their own stories with a group of students.

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10 organizations and events making a difference in Ohio

Community involvement is a part of our culture at Pepper Ohio. Here are some with which we've been involved.

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Transformational leadership through lean principles

In Indiana, Heather Siemers has a vision for lean thinking that goes beyond our projects.

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How collaborating with our trade partners leads to better solutions

In Indiana, each year we award a Quality Concept of the Year. This year's winning idea is a temporary lighting solution that was suggested by Miller Eads.

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10 milestones that mark the evolution of industrial construction

This month, we celebrate 7 milestones and 3 trends that are driving progress in the construction of logistics buildings.

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Partnering with JA to change the odds

The annual Casino Night benefiting JA of Central Ohio will support more than 2,600 students. Here's what we've learned over the past 8 years hosting the event.