Miron Construction

Tradespeople Appreciation Events

Posted on Sep 23, 2019

The bigger a business grows, the harder it is to maintain a family culture. And yet, it’s this close-knit culture that makes Miron Construction so special. When it comes to the Miron family, our tradespeople are essential to our success. Their quality of work is […]

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Working wounded

Posted on Aug 28, 2019

As a company that helps businesses address internal culture issues, illumyx and its Founder and CEO Stephen Utech have worked with plenty of organizations battling employee burnout, but a recent incident underscored just how serious an issue it’s become. Read more…

Tonya Dittman

Unleashing Talent Around a Shared Purpose

Posted on Aug 21, 2019

As we continue our series on company culture and what makes a great culture great, I want to focus on how critical it is for an organization to have a compelling shared purpose. Most organizations have vision statements, yet they fail to articulate what their […]

Tonya Dittman

Inspiring Personal & Professional Growth

Posted on Jul 19, 2019

As we continue our series on company culture and what makes a great culture great, I want to focus on the importance of personal and professional growth. Great organizational cultures tend to share something in common when it comes to growth: they not only offer […]

Molly Murnane

Learning & Development: A Partnership for Growth

Posted on Jun 20, 2019

We’ve all heard the age-old question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” For many of us, this was an easy question. There are so many great careers to choose from: police officer, ballerina, carpenter, doctor, lawyer—the options are limitless. If you’re […]

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“Zen Den” to be built at Wisconsin high school

Posted on May 28, 2019

In the Fox Cities Region, 12% of high school students attempted suicide in the past year. After learning from a local district that there was an urgent need to create a safe physical space inside Appleton East High School, where students could take time for […]

Tonya Dittman

What is the ROI on Caring?

Posted on May 17, 2019

As we continue our series on company culture and what makes a great culture great, we are shifting our focus to the importance of a culture of care. Organizations (and the people that lead and work within them) need to learn how to care for […]

Miron Construction

Miron Aims for Teambuilding and Fun

Posted on May 16, 2019

At Miron, we believe in an honest, hard-day’s work, but we also understand the importance of having fun and spending time together. Building relationships is one of our key corporate drivers, but that doesn’t just apply to our clients. Strong internal relationships built through teamwork […]

Sustainability

NWTC students give new life to items in Trash-To-Treasure competition

Posted on Apr 23, 2019

One person’s trash is another person’s treasure. Northwest Technical College students presented physical evidence of that at Miron Construction’s Trash-To-Treasure competition. “It’s a really good collaboration with Earth Day, to understand how we can reuse product,” said Melissa Schulteis of Miron Construction.  Read more…

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Mile of Music plans unveiled

Posted on Apr 18, 2019

The seventh edition of the festival takes over downtown Appleton Aug. 1-4. Jones Park will be back in the mix for Mile 7, and it will likely be the debut of the 2,600-square-foot Miron Construction Amphitheater,  3,600-square-foot pavilion, playground, and amenities for many in the […]