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Feeding The Gulf Coast

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Feeding the Gulf Coast works through member organizations and special programs.

They provide nutritious food to meet the challenge of feeding people who are hungry as a result of personal crisis or disaster.

Feeding the Gulf Coast also educates the public regarding domestic hunger, proper nutrition and related issues.

Visit FeedingTheGulfCoast.org

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Entrecon 2017 Entrepreneurship and Continued Learning

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EntreCon is a business conference for local entrepreneurs, professionals and leaders to come together, network and learn from each other.

“The conference for all”, EntreCon 2017 November 14-16, 2017 will focus on Entrepreneurship and Continued Learning, with tactical business advice for business growth and leadership success.

ParsCo owner will be a keynote speaker at this event.  Discussing the Three C’s of Customer Satisfaction:  Consistency, Consistency, Consistency.

Delivering Better Business Outcomes with Process Improvement with Tim Shoop, Felicia Wynne and Amir Fooladi

EntreCon is hosted by Quint Studer and the non profit organization the Studer Community Institute. The Studer Community Institute is focused on improving our community’s quality of life.


To register for this event, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/entrecon-pensacola-2017-registration-33897041965

Who should attend?

Anyone with responsibilities for the success of an organization, whether in the private, public or nonprofit sector. There will be lessons for established business leaders, professional development for new managers and employees and help for start-ups.

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God Bless the USA

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Land of the Free, Because of the Brave.

ARLINGTON, VA – OCTOBER 24: A member of the Marine Corps honor guard holds an American flag during bural services for Sgt. Justin Walsh, United States Marine Corps, at Arlington National Cemetery October 24, 2006 in Arlington, Virginia. Sgt. Walsh, from Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, was wounded while defusing a bomb in Iraq and later died at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC. More U.S. troops have died in Iraq in October than in any other month of the year. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

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Construction Divisions

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Sometimes referred to as the “Dewey Decimal System” of building construction, MasterFormat is a product of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) and Construction Specifications Canada (CSC).

It provides a master list of Divisions, and Section numbers with associated titles within each Division, to organize information about a facility’s construction requirements and associated activities.

Division 01 — General Requirements

Facility Construction Subgroup
Division 02 — Existing Conditions (e.g., alterations to existing natural conditions)
Division 03 — Concrete (e.g., footings, slabs, precast, grouting)
Division 04 — Masonry (e.g., concrete block, brick, stone)
Division 05 — Metals (e.g., structural steel framing, joists, decorative metals, etc.)
Division 06 — Wood, Plastics, and Composites (e.g., wood framing, finish carpentry, plastic decking)
Division 07 — Thermal and Moisture Protection (e.g., insulation, water barriers, sealant)
Division 08 — Openings (e.g., doors, windows, and louvers)
Division 09 — Finishes
Division 10 — Specialties
Division 11 — Equipment
Division 12 — Furnishings
Division 13 — Special Construction
Division 14 — Conveying Equipment
Division 15 — RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION
Division 16 — RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION
Division 17 — RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION
Division 18 — RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION
Division 19 — RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION

Facility Services Subgroup:
Division 20 — RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION
Division 21 — Fire Suppression
Division 22 — Plumbing
Division 23 — Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Division 24 — RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION
Division 25 — Integrated Automation
Division 26 — Electrical
Division 27 — Communications (e.g., data, voice, audio/visual systems)
Division 28 — Electronic Safety and Security
Division 29 — RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION

Site and Infrastructure Subgroup:
Division 30 — RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION
Division 31 — Earthwork
Division 32 — Exterior Improvements
Division 33 — Utilities
Division 34 — Transportation
Division 35 — Waterway and Marine Construction
Division 36 — RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION
Division 37 — RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION
Division 38 — RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION
Division 39 — RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION

Process Equipment Subgroup:
Division 40 — Process Interconnections
Division 41 — Material Processing and Handling Equipment
Division 42 — Process Heating, Cooling, and Drying Equipment
Division 43 — Process Gas and Liquid Handling, Purification and Storage Equipment
Division 44 — Pollution and Waste Control Equipment
Division 45 — Industry-Specific Manufacturing Equipment
Division 46 — Water and Wastewater Equipment
Division 47 — RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION
Division 48 — Electrical Power Generation
Division 49 — RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION

For more information: MasterFormat.com

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CivicCon Pensacola

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CIVICCON: Empowering Pensacola Through Civic Conversation.

The Pensacola News Journal in partnership with the Studer Community Institute is transforming opportunities for all.

1. Good Planning
2. Excellent Infrastructure
3. Building Prosperity
4. Civic Engagement
5. Community Caring

CivicCon

Great Things Are Taking Place in Pensacola, Florida.

1) There is more new construction taking place now that anytime in modern history.
2) Small businesses are strong and growing.
3) Downtown Pensacola is healthier than it has been in years.
4) A clear focus has been established for getting children ready for kindergarten
5) Pensacola State College and the University of West Florida are growing.

Pensacola Early Learning City

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Design-Bid-Build

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In the long established design-bid-build method of construction project delivery, a project is entirely designed before being built.

In addition to estimating, ParsCo Construction provides design decisions, evaluations, studies, value engineering, value analysis, scheduling, constructability reviews, and more.

Design costs, permitting, land acquisition, and life-cycle costs are also evaluated.

The design-bid-build process facilitates a guaranteed maximum price (GMP) for the project.

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