Business Creating Sustainable Communities
Triple Bottom Line
These are not new concepts to us. Qualtek has been leading efforts to create sustainable communities for years.
Qualtek's partner Blue Star Recyclers just opened a new location in Denver!
Qualtek’s CEO and President, Tony and Mary Fagnant, were honored at a special reception where Qualtek was selected as a “2015 Colorado Company to Watch” out of 1,024 nominees. ColoradoBiz (COBiz) magazine profiles Qualtek (Page 41 and 42) in its July/August issue. Selections of companies to watch identify growing organizations that support the backbone of Colorado’s economy. See the article here.
Qualtek hosted a 3-day meeting of the PMA “Press Club”, a group of metalforming business owners and executives from across the U.S. The meeting included tours of Qualtek and Springs Fabrication. The meeting ended with a stop at a local veteran-owned establishment, Red Leg Brewery, where President and Founder Todd Baldwin provided a tour.
Kris Harty at KCMJ interviewed Chris Fagnant, Qualtek’s VP of Business Development, about the many ways Qualtek demonstrates commitment to the community from sustainability to social enterprise. Listen to the interview.
A recent article in the Colorado Springs Business Journal discussed building a pool of manufacturing talent for Colorado businesses. Written by Pikes Peak Manufacturing Partnership member and Qualtek’s VP of Business Development, Chris Fagnant, the article cites apprenticeship as one solution. Read the article.