Even though it’s December, everyone at WeatherSure is busy, with roofing and waterproofing crews working, weather permitting, as far away as Nebraska, and project managers putting together reports and proposals for 2014 and, as always, a flurry of year end projects.
One of the most exciting things is our new English program, where the goal is to help our native Spanish speaking employees improve their English skills.
We've hired an English teacher, John Remenar, who has recently returned from a stint in Chile teaching English to business executives, set up a classroom and we've had a great response, with classes twice a week. So far, turnout has been impressive, although several people who expressed interest have been working on out of town projects and have been unable to attend. We hope to expand the program to include spouses and other family members, as well as start a Spanish program to help our native English speakers improve their Spanish skills. It’s wonderful to see the enthusiasm as the students work on expanding their skill level in what must be a difficult language to learn.
Once again, WeatherSure is also actively involved in the Denver Metro BOMA Holiday Toy Drive, where the community comes together to provide over 20,000 toys and other items for families in need. Last year we had over 130 office buildings place collection boxes in their lobbies, with more than a dozen charities receiving the gifts. Watch for Santa at your building, picking up the collected toys on December 12th & 19th. If you’re building isn’t participating and would like to, contact Dave Homerding at 303.781.5454 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch for lots of exciting news as we enter 2014, WeatherSure will be gearing up with new technology to better serve our customers, and, as usual, striving to exceed all expectations as building owners and managers take care of routine building envelope maintenance, catch up with projects that may have been postponed, and help plan for the future.
From everyone at WeatherSure, have a great and safe Holiday Season and a terrific New Year.