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Tag Archive: EDiS Company

PApril 9, 2019
PApril 9, 2019

Ursuline Academy – Linking the Past and the Future

What strikes you immediately upon entering the front entrance of Ursuline Academy’s newly completed Anthony N. Fusco Sr. Student Life Center is dichotomy – a juxtaposition of old and new. In executing the design of ABHA Architects, EDiS Company worked to preserve the century-plus history of this Wilmington institution while simultaneously bringing the space into…
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PApril 2, 2019
PApril 2, 2019

Safety First on Park Plaza Condominiums Cooling Tower Replacement

Advanced Planning & Teamwork are Essential to Safety The time had come for Park Plaza Condominiums in Wilmington, DE to replace the rooftop cooling tower. As part of maintenance on a building’s mechanical systems, cooling towers are typically replaced after 18-20 years of use. EDiS was hired to manage the replacement of Park Plaza’s existing…
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PApril 1, 2019
PApril 1, 2019

Meet the President: Get to Know Jerry Doherty

EDiS President Jerry Doherty spent much of the last three decades as the company’s Chief Estimator. In fact, Jerry has worked in estimating since his career began almost 40 years ago. But Jerry tells a funny story about how he, EDiS former Chief Estimator, was not hired on to estimate at all. Jerry was first hired as…
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PMarch 27, 2019
PMarch 27, 2019

EDiS Company Celebrates Women In Construction: An Interview with Eileen Brown

In celebration of Women in Construction Week, we sat down with our own Eileen Brown, Estimator at EDiS Company, to learn about her insights and experiences as a woman working in a traditionally male-dominated industry. Q.: What is your role at EDiS Company? What was your most challenging project that you’ve completed and/or what is…
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PMarch 19, 2019
PMarch 19, 2019

Anyone Can Use a Ladder, Right?

Written by: Jim Ruggiero CSHS,CHST Director of Safety & Health EDiS Company Ladders are easy to use, and anyone can use a ladder, right? The answer might be more complicated than you initially thought. First, different project needs call for different ladder types, so figuring out which ladder best suits your project is the first…
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