Showing posts from October, 2015

Volunteer Outing!

The links in the flyer are not active. Please use this one instead:

Remember to complete the Salary Survey Questionnaire before October 31.

Your input is valuable – and – you receive a copy of the Survey results!

To ensure we are supplying the best results, please encourage every Construction company you know to participate.  In exchange for filling out the survey, everyone will receive the most up-to-date Construction Salary Survey for Arizona.  As well, they will be entered into a raffle to win exciting prizes!

Again, thank you for your participation in making the Arizona Construction industry so strong!
Take Survey

25th Annual Tournament!

Sign Up Todaybefore VoS’ 25th Annual Tournament sells out!
Replywith your golf registration to enjoy a fun-filled time on the course – Wednesday, October 28.
The numerous sponsor benefitsare detailed in the attached brochure and available on the website).
While these is still time to register for the few remaining spots, please consider these options:
Lunch sponsor Golf Cart sponsor Beverage Cart sponsor Goody Bag donations oGolf balls oTees oHand sanitizer oSun screen oLip balm §(

Michael "Mike" Fuhrmann (December 15, 1958 - September 27, 2015)

Michael G.Fuhrmann, 56, of Chandler, AZ, passed away unexpectedly on September 27, 2015. Mike was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, uncle, and friend. He was born December 15, 1958 in Deadwood, SD to parents John and Sofia Fuhrmann. Mike enjoyed growing up in Deadwood, roaming the Black Hills, and graduated from Lead High School in 1977. He went on to attend the University of South Dakota in Vermillion and graduated with a BA in 1981. After graduation he went to work for Peter Kiewit & Sons and traveled the west in his 20+ years with the company. In 1997, Mike and his family settled in Arizona. There he enjoyed the warm winters and hiking throughout the state, including his annual single-day hike of the Grand Canyon, North Rim to South Rim, which he has completed the past 8 years. He spent the last decade working as a Divisional Controller for FNF Construction in Tempe. The role he cherished most, however, was being Grandpa to his young granddaughter, E…