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by Marek Brothers on Sep 1, 2012

Marek Houston will strive to attract and train highly qualified new employees to perpetuate the Marek reputation for outstanding performance, while honoring the legacy and loyalty of our current high performers by continuously improving their skills. We will accomplish this using the tools of our WFD program, effective assessments, and performance... read more

by Marek Brothers on Sep 1, 2012

It is our MISSION to develop the right program that recruits, educates, trains and produces the “best employees” in our industry. We are fortunate to have a great team that has successfully started this plan and is willing to make adjustments along the way to help meet our ultimate goals of Making a profit, Impressing the customer, Making this a... read more

by Marek Brothers on Sep 1, 2012

To meet the demands of the future, we will need to continue to reinforce our reputation of having a workforce of skilled craftsmen known for its unsurpassed quality throughout the industry. We must continue to develop and challenge our workforce to be the very best through training and creating an atmosphere to excel and become the leaders of... read more

by Marek Brothers on Sep 1, 2012

Atlanta provides employees with a fully integrated system of craft training that will produce the most qualified and professional workforce in our marketplace. 2012 CEFGA CareerExpo and SkillsUSA State Championships Anthony Pina - WFD Assistant, Gilbert Shelton - WFD Head Coach, Jody Klodner - WFD Training Coordinator, and Steve Shochley -... read more

by Marek Brothers on Aug 23, 2012

It is that time of year again, it's time to recognize our employees who have been employed at Marek Brothers for a minimum of 10 years. The following recipients are listed in this blog post.

by Marek Brothers on Jun 13, 2012

by Marek Brothers on Jun 13, 2012

    

by Marek Brothers on Jun 13, 2012

        

by Amanda Marek on Jun 13, 2012

  

by Marek Brothers on Jun 12, 2012

Christopher Torres and Rafael Munoz are shown participating in the apprentice class held every Monday.  The instructor, ED Cheney, is in the back ground. Performance and safety module on using company tools and personal tools.  Shown is a performance evaluations on how to make sure Levels are plumb and level before using.  

by Marek Brothers on Jun 12, 2012

 Showing the south side view of the Grand Stand. Osvaldo Gonzalez and his partner were working on the Boom lift, installing metal studs on exterior wall of south stairwell. This project is projected to be completed by November of 2012. 

by Marek Brothers on Jun 12, 2012

MBS Dallas branch in Austin Texas, Total Station demonstration at the VA-Outpatient Clinic. The Foreman from Dallas was visiting for the day. 

by Marek Brothers on Jun 12, 2012

  This is a photo of the finished VA-Met Center. The Foreman, Juan Mendoza, completed this project in May.Marek worked on the interior frame, sheet rock and Acoustical ceilings.    

by Marek Brothers on Jun 12, 2012

 Photo of the VA Outpatient Clinic in Austin Texas. Doug Prew is the supervisor and there are multiple foreman at this site, such as Lloyd Meredith, Tom Drye, Ignacio Galindo, Matt Richardson and Manuel Vasquez/Safety Advisor. Marek is closing in on the exterior project and framing and sheet rocking interiors are underway. There are 30 men at this... read more

by Marek Brothers on Jun 12, 2012

Shown here is the ABC National Craft Championship Competition on April 26, 2012 at the Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center in San Antonio. 

by Marek Brothers on Jun 12, 2012

Pictured are Mario Perez, Noe Gonzales, Jose Bustos and Darrin Price working on one of the judge's courtrooms. The men are installing the aluminum framing for the ceiling.

by Marek Brothers on Jun 12, 2012

Shown here are Jose Diaz, Osvaldo Gonzales and Julio Ortiz working on the exterior of the building, installing metal framing. Note: Men will be utilizing 100 foot lifts to install metal and exterior rock for the Formula One grand stand. 

by Marek Brothers on Jun 12, 2012

Shown here is instructor Jim Strickland and his students. This class began three years ago, with this being the first graduating Construction Technology Class.   The graduates enjoying their BBQ dinner:

by Marek Brothers on May 11, 2012

April was the ABC Chili Cook-Off and representing MBS-Austin was Jay D. Nicholson and Chase McNeil. They had a great time, probably because they came in 3rd place! Great job Jay and Chase!

by Marek Brothers on May 7, 2012

WFD Team members recently made a trip to the North Georgia Mountain city of Dahlonega in order to represent MIS Atlanta at Lumpkin County High School’s annual Career Fair. MIS Team members Daniel Garza and Jody Klodner spoke with over 300 students ranging from 9th through 12th grade and were joined by over 50 other presenters spanning all trades... read more

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