Case Studies Commercial

T.N. Ward Company

You could say the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino placed a safe bet in the hands of Thomas Falvey and the T.N. Ward Co. team headed up in Atlantic City by Executive Vice President John Devecchio. A large one, to be sure—the resort chain entrusting them to wager $1 million per day over the span […]

Todd Barnhart – Gardiner

When Bill Gardiner bought the controlling assets of an HVAC service and distribution company in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1962, he took great pride in being able to dictate the priorities and future of his new business. Bill had spent the last five years selling heating, ventilating and cooling products for Trane, one of the largest […]

T. Clear Corporation

Founded by Ted and Mary Clear as Fin Pan Inc. in 1975, T. Clear Corporation, based in Hamilton, Ohio, has built its estimable reputation on a foundation of providing high quality, energy efficient and durable products to all facets of the residential and commercial building markets. But there is much more to the T. Clear […]

The New York Wheel

In the works for nearly a decade, The New York Wheel on Staten Island broke ground in spring 2015. The project, featuring a prominent 630-foot observation wheel, is the culmination of joint efforts between a number of New York City developers, contractors and investors. Led by Rich Marin, CEO of The New York Wheel, the […]

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