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Project Spotlight

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Miami Trace High School, Washington Court House, Ohio

 

Farnham Equipment Company completed installation at Miami Trace High School in 2018.  The space comes alive with specialty millwork, creating unique seating spaces, wall panel systems, instrument storage lockers, casework and more. The project makes excellent use of the best surface technologies available. 

 

The project architect was SHP Leading Design, with Ruscilli Construction serving as construction manager. 

 

Email you project images and details to Patrick Gibbons.  Your project may be our next feature! 

 
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Making Music: Instrument Storage from Stevens Advantage

 

Specialty music casework will turn a band or chorus room into a vibrant venue for musicians of all ages. Our comprehensive collection of instrument, folio, uniform and robe storage, as well as workstations are ideal for programs from middle school to the Philharmonic.  Built to withstand dings and bumps of frequent instrument re-shelving, with our Scuff-Gard™ shelf protection.  Both interiors and exteriors will stand the test of time.  A truly customizable system can be created with varied compartment measurements for instruments of all shapes and sizes.  Options include open compartments, solid or Acousti-Grille doors. A range of woodgrain, patterned, abstract and solid color options offer school systems the opportunity to personalize design selections. 

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Steve Ward visit to Teutopolis

 

We were pleased to have Lizz Wetherall and Jessica Laura of Steve Ward & Associates recently visit our facility.  Rick Clough and Jason Woomer offered a plant tour and review of our product collections.

 
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Interested in a tour and visit to our facility?  Contact Patrick Gibbons or Jason Woomer to arrange a time!

Precision Praise

Targeted Employee Praise

 

Engaged, happy team members is goal toward which every business strives.  How to create and maintain this in your  workforce is a moving target. 

 
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Leadership consultant, Dave Rosenberg of Locked On Leadership, shared strategies about LASR focus praise in a recent article published by Woodworking Network. Rosenberg's tips include reinforcing the company core value the employee demonstrated for which recognition is being given.  He goes on to instruct, "Laser targeted specific praise should be timely, as close to the praiseworthy event as possible. Call out the individual or individuals by name and include what they did right and how it ties into your core values and advances the company’s mission."  For more insight, check out the full article

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