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Bangert, Inc. Announces Acquisition of New Flagship Office in Olathe, KS

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Bangert, Inc. today announced the acquisition of their new flagship office in Olathe, KS. The building, which is located just north of Garmin, is a crucial addition and marks the company’s move from downtown Kansas City. “We see it as a huge benefit to our employees and our culture” says Kent Galley, COO, Bangert, Inc. “The modern, open space will promote our digital-first initiatives and give us some much-needed square footage for growth.”

Some key facts about Bangert, Inc include:

  • Founded in 1983, the company has been present in the Kansas City Metro since 1999
  • Bangert, Inc. is a family-owned business, now in its 3rd generation
  • Richard Bangert, founder, developed communications systems for the Apollo missions before

launching Bangert, Inc. with his son Kurt, Bangert, Inc. has grown substantially over the last 6 months, with plans of hiring 45 people throughout it’s 5 national locations over the next 18 months – the bulk being added in Olathe. The hunt for a perfect location has taken nearly a year to complete, but company leadership is excited about joining the Olathe community. “Olathe is a great place for us to be,” says Director of Marketing Reid Bangert, “We’re looking forward to being active with our neighbors as well as contributing to the local community.”

Bangert, Inc. is a leading technology solutions provider to the construction industry. Bangert has continually cultivated strong resources by investing in people and processes that are dedicated to helping their clients save time and money. There has never been a more exciting time to be in construction technology. If you’re looking to join a vibrant and dedicated team visit bangertinc.com/construction-tech-jobs/

 

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EPA, Four States Host Radon Stakeholders’ Meeting March 7 in Manhattan, KS

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EPA Region 7 and its state partners will host the 11th Annual Region 7 EPA/State Radon Stakeholders’ Meeting from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on March 7, 2017, at the Hilton Garden Inn and Conference Center, 410 South 3rd St., Manhattan, Kan. This meeting is being held at no cost for those who have a stake in protecting the public from unnecessary exposure to radon in homes, schools and businesses.

EPA Region 7 and its partners, Iowa Department of Public Health, Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, and American Association of Radon Scientists & Technologists (AARST) want to bring interested stakeholders together to discuss common issues associated with radon awareness and mitigation to better understand problems and solutions from different perspectives.

Agenda items include “Surviving Lung Cancer,” “Hope for Lung Cancer Patients – Progress in Treatment,” state and tribal breakout sessions; updates from state agencies, AARST and EPA; specific discussions about difficult house remediation situations, and marketing tips/strategies.

These meetings are specifically designed to provide better ways to assist the public and reduce radon exposure. Participants can register online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2017R7RadonMeeting. (No cost for registration, but participants should register by Feb. 21, 2017.) Dress is casual.

The meeting has been approved for continuing education credits by Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP), and the National Radon Safety Board (NRSB).

For questions, contact Bruce Snead at 785-532-4992 or bsnead@ksu.edu.

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