Bringing great people and ideas together to get things done is exactly what I try to do every day. Not only can we accomplish more together than we could on our own, but the process just seems to go much… Read more ›
Maybe the underdog actually has the advantage.
As the owner of a young company one of the questions I’m often asked is about my plans for future growth.
“Give a good idea to a mediocre team, and they will screw it up. But give a mediocre idea to a great team, and they will either fix it or come up with something better.”
October 8th is International Walk to School Day. And you’re probably not welcome to participate…
civ·il (ˈsivəl) 1. of or relating to ordinary citizens and their concerns 2. courteous and polite. In all endeavors at Lancaster Civil, our aim is to deliver products and services that are consistent the dual definition of the word “civil”.… Read more ›
I just love to see the progress being made toward a more bike-friendly community in Lancaster, as written about on LancasterOnline. Creating policies, infrastructure and services that support active transportation (getting from here to there via some active mode of transportation… Read more ›
Sounds like a big deal, doesn’t it? President and owner of a civil engineering design firm. Well it certainly is a big responsibility – and I don’t for a minute take that lightly. But I’m still the same guy who… Read more ›
That’s often the first question I get when asked about the Lancaster Civil logo. Thankfully there’s a decent answer… The rooster primarily speaks to “the abundant area we live and work in” says the logo’s designer, Jason Cortez of Superhaus Design, referring to… Read more ›