During its prime, Waterbury Connecticut was recognized as the “Brass Capitol of the World.” The “Arts” also had a strong presence, with several theatres located in the downtown area. Unfortunately, when the city experienced a slowdown in manufacturing, it also saw the closing of all the town’s theatres. Like many cities in similar situations, Waterbury has been struggling to draw people back to the downtown area.
In order to succeed in the quickly evolving and highly competitive steel industry, a company’s operations must be innovative, efficient and cost-effective. To provide the customer with the highest quality products and on-time delivery, down time and unexpected outages must be kept to a minimum.
School construction has dominated the commercial building industry for several years. Economic conditions have sometimes challenged school building committees with producing a high-quality educational facility using limited funds.