A good Quality Assurance Program minimizes rework and construction issues, saves time and money, and more importantly, Owners can be confident their facility will perform as intended. Without it, Owners take the risk of stalled production, patients going unseen, or a profit loss due to double lease payments.
Anova hired Wes in 2017 out of California for a Safety Manager position in Indianapolis, IN. He is currently working on the new $571 million […]
IU Health selected Anova as the Owner’s Technical Representative (OTR) for the development of the IU Health Bloomington Regional Academic Health Center. The project, located […]
As a Commissioning Engineer with Anova, Lawrence is primarily responsible for planning, managing, and executing Anova’s Commissioning and Quality Assurance (C2QA) process for our projects. […]
Commissioning is often understood as having people who come in after everything is built to perform a few tests on the building systems. However, sometimes […]
Shiel Sexton was founded on the principle that the value of a contractor should be based on more than the orchestration of manpower and materials. […]
Anova Hosts Toy Drive at Annual Holiday Party Anova team members came together for a night of celebration and giving back during their annual holiday […]
Abby has been with Anova since its inception. Currently, she is the Executive Assistant, but she wears many hats for the company including managing the […]