Class Is In

Patel, Nina
June 2013
Remodeling;Jun2013, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p37
The article offers information on the 50th in-house employee training session hosted by BOWA Builders Inc. in June 2013 on the education for the production department and financial performance of the company. It states that the session featured Doug Horgan, vice President of BOWA Builders, who discussed the jurisdictions related to exterior weatherproofing for roofing and masonry installation.


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