It was a great day for our September Team Building Clinic at the Legacy Golf Club. The event was co-sponsored by Arizona Foundation Solutions, Hilti, Coreslab Structures, Jones Concrete and SidePlate. It was a great turnout with 21 attending the event.
The attendees were: Robert Hernandez & Eric Scott /Jones Concrete, Steve Leon – CarwrapsAZ, Bob Brown & Dewayne Craig /Arizona Foundation Solutions, Steve Spears/Coreslab Structures, Ryan Smith/ SidePlate, Adam Boucher/Hilti, Rick Stephens, Don Rogers & Adam Wright / Bakkum Noelke, David Palmer/Cemex, Mike Smith & Gabriel Campos/ SAECO, Craig Johnson & Brian Earnst / Hensel Phelps, Brady Notbohm, Brandon Skalsky & Anthony Wulfers /CTS, Tim Sepper/KPFF, Chris Harper/ TLCP
Everyone enjoyed a great lunch at the Club House and then it was off to the Perfommance Center for some tips from the professional trainers.
PGA Tour Pro Billy Mayfair was at the Performance Center tuning up his game and was kind enough to share some thoughts and tips with our group.
Having fun with a closest to the pin contest on the big screen. Then some time with the pros to tune up your swing.
Now it’s time to try out that new and improved swing on the course.
We had a great turn out for our May Golf Clinic
at the Legacy Golf Club
Group Photo from left to right
Dewayne Craig, Bill Gilbert, Jorge Cardova, Jesse Steichen, Bob Brown, Eric Gardner, Gabriela Zendejas, Adam Boucher, Casey Shupp
The day started with lunch at the club house then off to the Performance Center for some tips from the Pros.
Then everyone headed out to the out to the course to test out that improved swing.
After lunch at the Legacy Golf Club it’s off to the performance center to tune up the game and then out to the course to put that new improved swing into action.
This group was ready to turn Friday the 13th into a lucky day on the golf course. From left to right: Miguel Berastegui, Kristen Howard, Bob Brown, Dawn Rogers, Yvonne Koehler.
Miguel Berastegui taking a practice swing with camera running
Miguel tuning up the putting
Kristen Howard taking a practice swing with camera running
Kristen checking out her swing on the monitor
Kristen tuning up the putting
Bob Brown taking a practice swing with camera running
Dawn Rogers taking a practice swing with camera running
Dawn checking out her swing on the monitor
Dawn tuning up the putting
Yvonne Koehler taking a practice swing with camera running
Yvonne Koehler checking out her swing on the monitor
Yvonne tuning up the putting
It was a beautiful sunny day at the Legacy Golf Club for our February Golf Clinic.
After lunch our group headed to the performance center for some pointers from the pros and then out to the course for a round of golf. Those attending from left to right were: Eric Hoffman, James Newhall, Bob Brown, Mike Abegg, Steve Spears, and Chuck Davis.
Fun in the sand
Getting a few tips on those bunker shots
Foundation Supportworks Receives IAPMO approval for 288 Push Pile
Congratulations to Foundation Supportworks our partner and supplier for Receiving IAPMO approval for the 288 push pile! This is tremendous achievement. First of all what is the IAPMO? The international Association of plumbing and mechanical officials? What? This may sound a little strange at first however this group has grown far beyond their original mandate in the last 70 years and provides third-party reporting for many products beyond plumbing and mechanical that building officials over the United States accept. To access their website click here. http://www.iapmo.org/Pages/IAPMOgroup.aspx . Why IAPMO? Since the ICC combined with Boca ICBO and several of the other reporting services they have come to become as you all may know is a Byzantine bureaucratic and political mess.
You can access the report itself by clicking onto this link. http://www.iapmoes.org/Documents/ER_0289.pdf . I also have copies in PDF form if anybody wants it.
This report gives a solid rating for the 288 push pile. In fact the 28,500 pound capacity is the strongest in the industry by far and will do a lot for gaining acceptance of push piles as a reliable and trustworthy method of underpinning.
At Arizona Foundation Solutions we love innovation. We have been using the push pile system for many many years because it has a terrific track record as an underpinning product. Now we have the proof to back up the years of data for building officials to see for themselves with the third-party testing service.
Congratulations to Jeff Kortan, Kyle Olson, Don Deardorff and all of the engineers at Foundation Supportworks for having the foresight and will to see this through. It’s another example of why Foundation Supportworks is such a great partner and supplier.
A great time was had at this months Friday Golf Clinic. It is a great way to network with others in the construction industry while having a little fun.
Starting out with a lunch at the club house
Then everyone headed over to the Performance Center to get some tips from the pros
Those attending this Months event were: Don Rogers, Rick Stephen, Steve Spears, Bryce Miner, Sheila Schmidt, Steven Gonzales, Alf Wold, Bill Sprague, Bob Brown, and Dewayne Craig
Everyone was able to take advantage of the great equipment available and the experience from the pros to tune up their game. Below are some photos during the training session.
Ok now it’s time to put that training to the test, it’s out to the course for a round of golf.
Just another hard day at the office
So what is all this talk about Arizona Foundation Solutions new name? Do we have a new owner? Has Bob Brown sold his foundation company? There seems to be a lot of talk and miss understanding in the market place so let’s set the record straight.
The truth is, Bob Brown is still the only Certified Foundation Repair Specialist in state of Arizona. Bob was the owner of Arizona Ram Jack LLC for over 14 years. He and his team of experts have completed hundreds of successful foundation repair projects and new construction deep foundation systems using the Ram Jack manufactured products. Earlier this year Bob made a decision to discontinue his relationship with Ram Jack. As our company continued to grow it became evident that to take the company to the next level and provide our clients with an even higher level of service some changes were necessary. After extensive research of the industry, Foundation Support Works came to the top of the list. They not only produced a great product but have a staff of experts to provide us and our clients with the highest level of service in the industry.
We believe it is not the name that is important, it’s what is behind the name. What is behind this new name, Arizona Foundation Solutions, is the expertise and customer service of Bob Brown and his team of professionals that you have trusted for years. As we continue to grow and expand our level of service we are becoming the envy of our competitors. So don’t be confused by all the miss leading claims by others trying to ride on the success and a name that Bob Brown has spent years developing.
For additional information or to see the growing list of services we offer check us out at www.foundationrepairsaz.com or give us a call at 602-470-1311.