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Erasing Safety Myths

Recently, I came across a blog in the American Society of Safety Engineers website that addressed countering safety myths posted by David Castella, VP of strategic accounts for ProcessMAP.

I have extracted some of the content and reprinted in this blog as his message is relevant in the Southeast construction industry due to its fast pace, volume of work and potential competing values.


Tags: Safety

Team McKenney’s Takes to the Streets for the 2017 KP 5K

This September, 34 McKenney’s employees, family and friends took part in the Kaiser Permanente Corporate Run/Walk. This annual event brings together over 16,000 participants of all levels of fitness from more than 400 Atlanta companies—all with the goal of boosting physical fitness!


Tags: Community, Corporate, Events

Want to Fix Cyber Security Communications? Ask Your Marketing Team!

Do you feel your organization has already spent so much energy on Cyber Security and results are just getting worse? Perhaps your IT department has sent out dozens of communications and even required a painful security awareness video. Somehow employees are still falling prey to Social Engineering especially document sharing Phishing. If this sounds familiar the simple answer is:ask your Marketing department for help.


Tags: Security, Tips & Tricks

Focusing on Safety, Quality, and Productivity at Ft. Benning

For the past 8 years McKenney’s Building Performance Team has been working with the United States Army Corps of Engineers and their project teams at Ft. Benning. Together we’ve been working on the renovation of their basic training barracks.  These barracks, referred to as “Starships”, are large 250,000+ sq. ft. facilities used for the housing and training of incoming new troops during basic training.  (more…)

Tags: Building Performance Solutions

BIM and Virtual Construction – The Same or Different?

Can the terms BIM and Virtual Construction be used interchangeably in the construction market or do they carry different meanings that can impact how the team interacts?  (more…)

Tags: BIM & Construction Technology