As we celebrate Thanksgiving, we would like you, our esteemed members, to know how thankful we are for your loyalty and support.
We wish you and your family a very Happy Thanksgiving!
The BX will be closed Nov. 28 & 29.
Hundreds of members and guests gathered on Thursday, Nov. 21 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center to network and celebrate this year’s accomplishments and congratulate award recipients.
Three individuals were elected to the BX Board of Directors, Chris Converse (Converse Electric), Jay Jacobsmeyer (Pepper Construction Company of Ohio, LLC) and Alison Marker (Thomas & Marker Construction).
Dennis Shuman, retired president of Speer Mechanical, was honored as the 65th recipient of the BX Cornerstone Award. He was selected based on his leadership contributions to the community, the industry and the Exchange. Shuman is the second member of his family to receive this award. His father, Sam Shuman, was honored in 1978.
The 13th class of Rising Leaders Institute graduates received diplomas from the OSU Fisher College of Business. Members were also recognized with BX Craftsmanship, Safety Achievement and Safety Innovation Awards. The final award of the evening was presented to Parr Peterson, president of the Paul Peterson Co., as he received the BX President’s Award for his volunteer service to the industry and the association.
For more information about the BX Annual Meeting or sponsorship opportunities, contact Pam Austin.
Turkey Pick-up is Tuesday, Nov. 26 from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Bring your Annual Meeting program with the red turkey stamp to claim your bird.
Elected to the BX Board of Directors are, from left: Chris Converse (Converse Electric), Jay Jacobsmeyer (Pepper Construction Company of Ohio, LLC) and Alison Marker (Thomas & Marker Construction).
The 2019 BX President’s Award recipient, Parr Peterson of the Paul Peterson Co. (center), pictured with BX President Mark Setterlin (Setterlin Building Company) and BX Executive Director Mary Tebeau.
2019 Cornerstone Award recipient Dennis Shuman (right), pictured with BX President Mark Setterlin (Setterlin Building Company).
Safety Advisory Council: Q4 Meeting
Meet with your safety community to discuss current construction safety trends and happenings. This quarterly breakfast meeting is an informal roundtable discussion, and a great opportunity to network with other safety professionals.
Contact Shane Van Bibber with topic suggestions and/or questions.
Standard First Aid/CPR/AED
Jan. 9 | 8 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
$49 per employee of BX Workers’ Comp Group firms
$69 per employee of BX member firms
$99 per employee of non-member firms
This course is designed to bridge the gap between the injury and/or illness until advanced medical personnel arrive and take over. Learn to recognize and provide basic care for injuries and sudden illnesses, including:
Attendees will receive an American Safety & Health Institute certification card, valid for two (2) years, upon completion of the course. For more information about this class or to schedule a company-specific session, contact Rosie Leuby.
Rigging & Signaling Certification
Jan. 10 | 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
$300 per employee of BX member firms
$400 per employee of non-member firms
OSHA requires a competent rigging and signaling person on site. This one-day course will ensure that your employees are able to comply with OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1400 and safely rig and signal a load.
Keep your employees up-to-date on current requirements and techniques in this hands-on course taught by Chris DeVolld (Veritas Safety Solutions, LLC). This training includes:
Participants will be issued a Qualified Rigging and Signaling card at the conclusion of this course. These cards are valid for five (5) years.
For more information about this program, contact Rosie Leuby.
April 1, 16 & May 12
Times and locations vary (See brochure for details.)
BROCHURE / REGISTRATION
$1,500 Exclusively for BXLX Graduates
The pace of change in the construction industry requires leaders to continually evolve along with their business. To meet the professional development needs of local industry executives, BXLX 2.0 is again being offered in 2020.
Designed specifically for graduates of the BX Executive Leadership Experience, this series provides an opportunity for these leaders to take their leadership skills to the next level. The three-part course includes a variety of leadership assessments, so each participant can customize the information to their individual style.
Instructors Dr. Jim Krug (Advanced Performance Group) and Paul Jones (Center for Creative Leadership) will examine:
For more information about this program, contact Deb Murphy.
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