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One of TD’s Core Values is Celebrating the Power of Individual Differences. Throughout its history, TDPartners have consistently demonstrated a deep commitment to diversity to all the communities in which they live, work, and serve.
HOUSTON –TDIndustries has selected Randee Herrin, a longtime leader in its Houston office, to oversee its combined Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) and TDManufacturing groups.
HOUSTON – Ragan Communications selected TDIndustries’ recruiting video on its Women in Trades program as the top film of 2018.
In May, TDIndustries’ Houston branch completed a pilot program to assist women in starting their trades careers. In August, Arizona took the next step, welcoming six new women as full-time Partners with their own program.
Randee Herrin, Houston Vice President of Construction, is no stranger to speaking about TDIndustries’ Women in Trades program. On Tuesday, Aug. 7, she spoke on a United Way of Greater Houston (UWGH) panel to motivate others to perform similar, community- and industry-focused projects.
For as long as Deisy Gonzalez can remember, she has enjoyed working with her hands. It’s a rewarding feeling to look at a famous structure and say, “I built that.”
At the PlanGrid Construction Summit in San Francisco, Randee Herrin spoke to an audience filled with key construction leaders and project managers from across the country. Herrin, who was the catalyst for TD’s Women in Trades program, gave her message about TD’s intent to hire women for the trades to roughly 900 influential attendees.
Think back to your last job interview. If you’re like most Americans, everything was going well until you heard one terrifying phrase:
For countless graduates walking the stage this month, their diploma will represent a tangible achievement that marks a major change in their lives. It’s the end of that portion of their educational career, and they can begin a new stage – in higher education, a career, or a calling.