Jamaica Cottage Shop Appears on Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies in America

SOUTH LONDONDERRY, Vt. — Jamaica Cottage Shop, Inc. provides business to consumer wood manufacturing, Internet marketing and online retail. It’s also one of the fastest growing businesses according to Inc. 5000. Founded in 1995 by Domenic Mangano, Jamaica Cottage Shop, Inc. is a privately-held company.

Lift and Care Systems Works with Homes for Our Troops to Install SureHands Body Support Systems in New Homes

LAKEVILLE, Mass. — Lift & Care Systems is proud to have a working relationship with, Homes for Our Troops, a non-profit organization that has a mission to build and donate specially adapted custom homes for severely injured post-9/11 Veterans, to enable them to rebuild their lives.

With the Parkland Anniversary Upon Us, South Florida Based Security Company Pledges to Donate Safe Rooms to Schools

BOCA RATON, Fla. — South Florida based security company, FBS – Fortified and Ballistic Security, announces plan to protect schools in honor of the one year anniversary of the Parkland shooting. For years, FBS has been perfecting their safe environments, or The Sanctuary(TM), for luxury homes, and the time has come to give back.

Amish Builder Makes Big Splash and Wins Award at Atlantic City Pool and Spa Show

NEW HOLLAND, Pa. — Homestead Structures, LLC took home the Best Booth award in their size class at the 2019 Pool & Spa Show with their full-size Siesta Poolside Bar & Pergola display. The show, hosted in Atlantic City from Jan. 29-31, is put on by the Northeast Spa & Pool Association and attended by thousands of pool & spa industry professionals.

Legacy Global Development Announces Phase 2 Expansion of Orchid Bay, Belize Beachfront Condos

SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Legacy Global Development today announced the launch of its Phase 2 expansion for its Orchid Bay, Belize property. Phase 2 will include the construction of Tower-C, which will feature six ultra-luxurious Beachfront Condominiums. Architecture is being done by Zurcher Arquitectos, with interior design being handled by its sister company, Zurcher Interiors.

Capital Industries Shares Tips to Know When to Repair Industrial Concrete Flooring

MATTITUCK, N.Y. — Capital Industries, Inc. shares tips for industrial, commercial businesses to know when to repair concrete flooring. Concrete floors and related structures are the basic elements of any building, which is why they need to be checked regularly and properly maintained. The absence of preventive maintenance can lead to expensive repairs, accidents and even lawsuits.

Capitol Fence Introduces Online and Mobile Payment Options

AUSTIN, Texas — Austin fence contractor, Capitol Fence & Deck, is proud to introduce a new option that accepts mobile and online payments while in the field. Capitol Fence unveiled secure payment gateways, enabling quick and easy ways to complete down payments after a quote is provided. This allows Capitol Fence to ensure more efficient and secure payment options that help us get projects started faster.

EPIC’s Jim Williford and Wilson Long to Present on Insurance Coverage Gaps at 2019 International Roofing Expo

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants, a retail property, casualty insurance brokerage and employee benefits consultant, announced today that Director of Construction Risk Services Jim Williford and Principal Wilson Long will present at International Roofing Expo on Monday, Feb. 11 at 7:45 a.m. at Music City Center in Nashville, Tenn.

Report from EraNova Institute: Making Buildings Smart for a Green Future

MOUNTAIN LAKES, N.J. — The EraNova Institute today announced a special report, “In the Cloud, Our Buildings and We Can Fly – Toward a Smart, Green Life.” Dick Samson, Director of EraNova and author of the report, says “Buildings need to get smart if society is to get green.”

Study: Housing Workforce Shortage Is Barrier to Affordability

OAKLAND, Calif. — According to California’s Housing and Community Development Department (HCD), the golden state must dramatically increase the productive capacity of its residential construction sector in order to create enough new housing to improve affordability. However, new research released today by Smart Cities Prevail shows the industry has failed to make the investments necessary to compete for the more than 200,000 new workers necessary to meet this ambitious goal.