“CEO of The Aerial Companies, Inc., Craig M. Kobza, and well known Southwest Florida consulting engineer, Andrew C. Äsk worked together to solve an indoor air quality problem at none other than the Aerial office. Their solution – a stand-alone fresh air dehumidification system, which is unique from the customary fresh air dehumidification system that ties directly into the HVAC system. There was good reasoning for the unique setup, which can be further explained in the full article.”
Aerial project manager Jeff Robinson earns his master’s degree in Business Administration from University of Phoenix. We congratulate him for this meaningful achievement. He is also a licensed General Contractor, holds a LEED AP designation in building design and construction, and has additional training in OSHA safety and environmental regulations. Jeff is responsible for the management of some of our most tedious projects. Jeff also assists in forensic inspections, photography and report writing.
When Aerial crew members travel out of state for large projects they usually don’t waste any time checking out the local attractions. On this evening, Carlita Brady, John Card, Alfredo Salas and Oscar Arcienega attend a Cincinnati Reds game to unwind from a long work week. These four highly experienced craftsman are in the process of restoring a historical brick home in the Cincinnati area.
Andres Ariza earns his Master Degree this month. After many years in school and working full time Andres earned his Masters Degree in Business Administration from Florida Gulf Coast University. Andres is responsible for providing safety and logistics support to operations. He manages purchasing, warehouse inventory and continuously expands the company’s logistics capabilities for faster emergency response times.
Walk for Haiti Saturday, February 20th at 9:00am at the Hyatt Regency Sarasota, Florida. The Hyatt Regency Sarasota has teamed up with the Southwest Florida Chapter of the Red Cross and local community partners to host Hyatt’s Walk For Haiti to raise funds for earthquake relief. The walk will be held on Saturday, Feb. 20 and begins and ends at the Hyatt Regency Sarasota. All proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross. Registration and donations at http://www.hyattwalkforhaiti.org/. The Aerial Companies is proud to be a part of this great event.
Gary Sweeting has been with The Aerial Companies for more than three years and consistently keeps up with the demands of transferring equipment and materials to our various project sites throughout the State of Florida. While at Aerial, Gary has obtained his commercial driver’s license while continuing his education at High Tech College taking classes in small engine repair. His expertise is in logistics and mechanical repair and he operates and maintains most of our construction equipment so we’re always primed and ready for our next big job.