Success Stories

CPE America President and CEO Sebastian Falzon at Everdigm concrete pump HQ, Metter, Georgia

For over two decades, a 42,000 square foot spec building stood empty near the downtown of Metter, Georgia. From time to time, a business would claim the space, then move on. Buildings like this one, empty upon establishment, blot the towns of rural America.

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Ipswich Water Tower

It’s winter in South Dakota.  The ground is covered with fresh snowfall as fresh snowflakes sparkle while the rising morning sun awakens the City of Ipswich.  The puff of exhaust is seen rising from the chimneys as furnaces work overtime to keep the City’s residents warm.  While the sun may be sh

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Wessington Springs Group Photo

Wessington Springs’ main road took quite a beating during  the 2014 tornado as a high volume of emergencyrelated truck traffic took a heavy physical toll on the roadway, necessitating the need for major infrastructure repairs.

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The Oglala Sioux Tribe’s (OST) One Nation, One Number is an aggressive project that will formalize an official planning office for the Tribe.  The Scope of Work outlines the objectives, tasks and timelines which include hiring Dr.

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View of the water tower.

Clatonia is home to 231 people in Gage county.  The village was in need of an update to many parts of their current water system that dated back to 1935.  They had two wells, one was past its useful life as the water coming from the well had odor and taste issues.  The existing 35,000 gallon wate

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Technician working to install broadband in western Iowa

Western Iowa Telcom, commonly known as Wiatel, recently received a $24.8 million USDA loan for an extensive fiber-to-the-premise (FTTP) project that will greatly expand broadband access to communities, residents and businesses in northwest Iowa.

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Burke Community Memorial Hosptial

The Burke Community Memorial Hospital is undergoing a major expansion project.  The existing hospital was constructed in 1948 and no major renovations have occurred for the past 28 years.  The hospital and clinic structures are two separate buildings which is a huge inconvenience for patients and

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Horizon Health DLT Photo

As the spike in opioid-related deaths becomes a national emergency, health centers across the country are pursuing ways to address the crisis.

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This is a photo of a ribbon cutting ceremony at Hopewell Cottages in the Village of Hebron, Licking County, Ohio.

There were big smiles in the Village of Hebron recently as the red ribbon dropped on Hopewell Cottages’ already-100-percent occupied workforce family housing complex. 

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Feds Feed Families

Did you know food banks and pantries traditionally see a decrease in donations despite an increase in need during the summer months? Through the Feds Feed Families campaign, USDA employees can help keep needed food items stocked from June to August.

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