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.
What does it take to turn a concept into reality? We weren't the first to think about building a Net Zero trailer, but we were the first to build and use one on our projects. Learn the process we took to figure out how to make it reality - and how it's making a difference for our team.
Project-specific orientations gives tradespeople a wider view and sense of purpose on the jobsite.
The Homan Arthington Foundation had a vision to revitalize the historic North Lawndale neighborhood, which included transforming the former Sears, Roebuck and Co. campus into a green charter high school.
Pepper took tips from Drawdown.org when planning our biennial employee picnic at our campus in Barrington, Illinois. We replaced plastic table covers with reusable cloth, increased the number of recycle bins and added vegetarian options to the traditional picnic fare.