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PDecember 10, 2019
PDecember 10, 2019

Working in Construction – A New Perspective

If you were to tell me a few years back that I’d be working in construction, I would have laughed assuming it was some strange set up for a joke. Me? Construction? If there’s anything this white-collar boy knows, it’s that physical labor and I don’t get along. I grew up studying English and learning…
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PDecember 6, 2019
PDecember 6, 2019

Making Lorewood Grove Elementary School

The Appoquinimink School District, located in southern New Castle County, Delaware, serves more than 11,700 students in grades PK-12. As the state‚Äôs fastest growing school district, Appoquinimink has experienced unprecedented growth in the last decade, more than doubling from 1998 to 2008, and hitting another significant period of growth in 2015. To meet this challenge,…
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PNovember 7, 2019
PNovember 7, 2019

The Hometown is Back

It is fair to say that not every company has the opportunity to be a part of building something that will leave a legacy for generations to come. But EDiS Company is not just any company, and Brian DiSabatino is not just any CEO. Brian, along with partner Rich Julian of Eastern States Development, are…
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PMay 13, 2019
PMay 13, 2019

EDiS Observes OSHA National Stand Down for Safety 2019

May 6th to May 10th was the OSHA National Stand Down for Safety week across the country and EDiS Company was proud to contribute to a #CultureOfSafety by holding several safety talks across our numerous active job sites. Director of Safety & Health, Jim Ruggiero, was at the forefront of each of these talks, prepared…
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PMarch 26, 2019
PMarch 26, 2019

EDiS Featured in Delaware Business Magazine – Fairview Campus: A Model for School Development

EDiS Company is proud to be featured in the Delaware State Chamber publication, Delaware Business magazine’s March/April 2019 issue, by Landmark Science & Engineering’s Ted Williams. In the article titled Fairview Campus: A Model for School Development, Delaware Business magazine delves into the massive construction project designed to serve the Middletown-Odessa-Townsend area with a K-12…
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