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As 2021 begins to open up into a season of guarded optimism regarding the future and the diminishing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are looking forward to better days and fewer worries about viruses and how they spread. But can any of us really afford to forget the lessons we learned in 2020? …

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Women in Construction Week

The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) would like to remind you that this year, Women in Construction Week (WIC Week) is officially March 7 – 13.  Each year, NAWIC highlights one week to specifically call attention to the fact that women play a viable and important role in the construction industry. Across the…

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In today’s world, businesses know that their customers are inundated with choices left and right, with notifications popping up on their phones and digital ads coming at them on every electronic platform they own.  In the modern business climate, your average sign will quickly get lost in the sea of information competing for a customer’s…

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This month’s FSG branch focus takes us to Kansas City.  If you are the kind of person with a serious statist bent, and you demand to know if we’re talking about Kansas or Missouri, the answer is “yes”. And, in case you were wondering, we have branches right next to KC and Tampa. So we’re…

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Street Lighting Blog

These days, the word on LED street lighting is definitely out.  According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the benefits of retrofitting street lights have been well documented, and include: Cost savings: Streetlights can constitute up to 40% of a city’s electricity bill. LED retrofits can reduce energy use by 50%, amounting to substantial cost savings…

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Year after year, we turn the page in January and resolve that this time, things will be different.  We usually sorta mean it until “life” kicks in with all the same distractions, interruptions, and challenges that kept us from taking action last year. But coming off the year we had in 2020, surely this January…

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Indoor Air Quality 2021 post

As 2020 winds down and we say goodbye to one of the most challenging years in recent memory, it is only natural to hope for smoother sailing and better times to come.   An obvious bit of good news involves the public release of new vaccine therapies that have been shown to be effective against COVID-19. …

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NATSO truck stop blog

FSG provides new disinfection products at competitive pricing for NATSO members . Anyone who has stood and stared at an empty grocery store shelf during the 2020 coronavirus pandemic can tell you how important interstate trucking is to them.  The folks at the National Association of Truck Stop Operators (NATSO) (www.natso.com) understand that the only thing…

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U.S. Military Base

For the United States government, energy efficiency is massively important. Not only do all areas of government need to provide their assigned services, but they also need to do so while cutting costs and conserving resources.  “The Department of Defense recognizes over 47,000 structures that fall under federal energy efficiency guidelines. But as of 2015,…

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