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Miron Lends Helping Hand to Haven of Hope
 
Haven of Hope, a non-profit day/24-hour respite center in Little Chute, has been providing care for children and adults with special needs since opening its doors in June of 2009. It’s most recent wave of improvements focused on a five-bedroom respite home that provides 24-hour care for adults with disabilities while their caregivers run errands or rest.

“One of Miron’s core values is to give back to the community that gives so much to us,” Kip Golden, Miron’s vice president of commercial business development, said. “By being involved in this project and by being able to bring a lot of our partners from the community to get involved in this project, we were able to help fulfill a need that existed for many community families and improve their quality of life.”
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LEED Credential Exams to Feature v4 Material
The United States Green Building Council (USGBC) launched the newest version of its Leadership in Energy & Environment Design (LEED) v4 rating system in November of 2013 at Greenbuild International Conference and Expo. The updated version of the rating system will be incorporated into the credential exams by the end of June of 2014, so contractors interested in taking the new exam will need to get up to speed on LEED v4.
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Miron Recognized by The Daily Reporter for Three 2013 Top Projects in Wisconsin
Each year, The Daily Reporter, honors outstanding Wisconsin construction projects as Top Projects. This year, Miron is being recognized for three: Lambeau Field North & South End Zone Stadium Improvements, Plexus Manufacturing Solutions Facility, and Forest County Potawatomi Community (FCPC) Renewable Generation Facility. The awards recognize members of the construction industry whose projects exceeded expectations in the year prior. 
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Future-Proofing: Building for the Future
Starting a new construction project is never dull. Big picture thinkers revel in images of the finished product, knowing that all of the hard work to come will result in a structure that fits their current needs. But what about tomorrow’s needs? When planning a project, it’s important—and ultimately cost-effective—for plans to include building for the future.
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