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Rose Paving turns in repeat performance in Best Places to Work in Illinois

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Rose Paving Co., a leader in national parking lot management, has been selected once again as one of the "2011 Best Places to Work in Illinois."

This workplace analysis and competition began in 2006 and is promoted by The Daily Herald Business Ledger in partnership with the Human Resources Management Association of Chicago (HRMAC), the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) – Illinois State Council, the Workforce Boards of Metropolitan Chicago, and managed by Best Companies Group.

Rose Paving’s placement was based on its ranking against the scores of Illinois companies’ responses to a survey of employers and employees covering workplace policies, practices, demographics, employee engagement, and satisfaction. Areas examined include work-life balance, pay, benefits, training and advancement opportunities, perks, workplace culture, and community involvement. Twenty-four winners are selected from the medium-sized company category (15-249 employees) and 16 winners are selected from the large-sized category (250+ employees).

Rose Paving performs all services related to paving including asphalt patching and repair; asphalt resurfacing; advanced sealcoating; hot cracksealing; installation and repair of concrete curbs, walks and pads; storm sewer repair and installation; lot marking; and green paving solutions.

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GE Lighting tour focuses on future technology

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East Cleveland, Ohio — The future of lighting — with an emphasis on the powerful potential of LEDs, fluorescent, halogen and ceramic metal halide lighting systems — is on the move. Lighting professionals and designers, distributors, architects, contractors, facility maintenance and utility executives, as well as government officials are invited to register at gelightingrevolutiontour.com for a sneak peek of the brightest lighting technologies on the horizon this year and beyond.

Over the next nine months, the GE Lighting Revolution Tour will showcase the future of lighting in 47 different U.S. and Canadian cities. The tour wraps up in Charlotte, N.C., in November. Exhibits on board showcase GE’s most advanced thinking about how retail, office, outdoor, municipal and architectural lighting — including many products of ecomagination — are improving with simplified and less costly maintenance, greater creativity and enhanced energy efficiency. The tour’s hands-on displays address many of the salient topics that commercial and residential lighting professionals face today, including energy management programs, legislative mandates and environmental initiatives such as LEED certification. In addition to providing technology and application overviews, GE’s on-site experts will be available to analyze specific lighting application challenges and objectives.

“Put the GE Lighting Revolution Tour on your calendar if you specify, recommend or buy lighting systems,” said Jim Benson, general manager, of commercial marketing, GE Lighting. “We can help you navigate your way.”

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Fitch announces projects

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New York City — Fitch North America said it was awarded branding and retail work from Buffalo Wild Wings, one of the fastest-growing restaurant chains in the nation.

In addition, Sports Authority has also signed on Fitch. And H&M appointed Fitch as the lead architect for the Southwest region, managing up to nine large outlets per year.

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