Mike and Brian are joined by Daniel Williams, CEO of Steel Design and Build. With projects under his belt that include the Oculus at the new home of the LA Rams and a massive new airline support building with the San Diego International Airport, Daniel brings his operational expertise as a consultant to help other steel construction companies succeed not only in sales, but with company infrastructure, and employee culture. Pull up a chair and take a listen – it’s a good one!
Mike and Brian are joined by Adam Hammill, founder and owner of Alive Solar & Roofing. With an emphasis on producing quality work for his customers, Adam points out the importance of hiring and maintaining a workforce with high integrity, that are experts in their field, and that have a willingness to learn. Unbeknownst to him at the time, his adventures through Scotland and, ironically his deportation from the Highlands led him to creating Alive Solar & Roofing. So, grab a chair, a slice of cheese, and have a listen to our cheese-loving contractor friend of ours!
Mike and Brian are joined by Charles Antis, founder and CEO of Antis Roofing and Waterproofing. Charles is a dynamic and deeply caring personality – admittedly using his ADD to change the world. He and his company are affiliated with over 40 non-profits in the community and he has a passion for not just his business, but more importantly, people. He makes it a habit to help those that believe they’re “less than” and empower them to show them their true potential as people and contributors to society, their community, and their families. As a result, his business has grown SIGNIFICANTLY over the past 31 years. His employees love him, his customers love him, and now we love him too! If you’re truly interested in learning how to grow your business and your life, you need to hear from Charles Antis!
Mike and Brian are joined by Bob Moore, the President and CEO of the Gray Company’s Western Region. Listen as Bob details the importance of having a plan for the unexpected – i.e. the current global Coronavirus crisis – and how they navigate the day-to-day with their subcontractors, safety plans, casting vision, and taking care of their employees.
Mike and Brian are joined by Phil Rogacki of Atlas Tree & Landscape, Trip Hazard and The Academy. Phil is a fiery personality with a UFC background that is dominating the world through one of the most dangerous industries in the world – tree care and maintenance. With a history of turning companies around from $750,000 to $20M, Phil has a talent for casting vision and then actually executing. If you’re starting a business, or just running a business and looking to grow, for your own good – please listen!
Mike and Brian are joined by Martin Daszkal, owner of AST Stone Corp for Episode #4 of the It Happened on the Job podcast. Check out this business owner’s advice on creating a business, getting paid in a timely manner, and creating a healthy culture for his employees. Not to mention his love for racing cars!
Mike and Brian are joined by Edgar Deleon, owner of FedVet Construction for Episode #3 of the It Happened on the Job podcast. Take a listen to a 20 year veteran of the Navy talk about the day-to-day life of working with Federal government projects and his wise words on starting a construction business in the midst of a labor shortage.
Mike and Brian are joined by Nataline Lomedico, CEO of Giroux Glass for Episode #2 of the It Happened on the Job podcast. Grab a chair with us and hear stories of women in the workplace, Las Vegas construction, the new Rams stadium and much more!
Mike and Brian are joined by Richard Marquez, owner of 1-800 Water Damage of Murrieta-Temecula for Episode #1 of the It Happened on the Job podcast. Grab a chair with us and hear crazy stories of mudslides and mushrooms growing in crawl spaces… and much more.