Business Briefs for Aug. 1
Two local firms gain safety recognition
The Colorado Contractors Association has announced that two Steamboat Springs companies, Native Excavating and Connell Resources Inc., have received Certificates of Commendation for Safety Excellence in 2003 from the Associated General Contractors of America.
The awards are bestowed annually to the heavy/industrial, municipal utilities and highway divisions of the construction industry.
“We are extremely proud of these members’ jobsite safety records in an industry in which skill and responsibility are paramount,” CCA Executive Director Jay Lower said. “We continually work to improve the construction industry performance through training on proven, effective safety techniques.”
Heather Sabia joins Century 21 Realtors
Heather Sabia is among the new Realtors at Century 21 Ski Town Associates, said Managing Broker/Owner Chuck Armbruster at Century 21 Ski Town Associates.
Sabia and her husband, Christian, ran the Steamboat Campground for many years while raising two sons. Most recently she worked at a local title company.
Greg Pohlman with Complete Home Inspection Services LLC recently has completed a course on Commercial Property Inspections offered by Inspection Training Associates in Denver. ITA is a certified home and commercial property inspection training institute. This course was part of continuing education and increasing services that Pohlman seeks to offer to home buyers and now commercial clients.
Colorado white wines gain in stature
Two Colorado wines emerged as big winners at this year’s 28th annual International Eastern Wine Competition and World Riesling Championship. Carlson Vineyards’ 2003 Riesling was named World Riesling Champion, as well as Best Semi-Sweet Riesling, while Boulder Creek Winery received a double gold medal for its Chardonnay.
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Editor’s Note: This is part 1 of a 2-part series. Part 2 outlines non-surgical and surgical treatment options for hip injuries.