D-BAT Baseball Training Facility Comes to Kansas City Area

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Construction DesignWorks provides Design-Build Services By Scott Hamele, DBIA   President and founder, Construction DesignWorks, LLC Local D-BAT franchise owner Curt Lowry is pleased to open his 1st local franchise in the Kansas City area, which is a state of the art baseball and softball training facility. Curt was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the […]
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3 Generations of Entrepreneurs

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Is there such a thing as a Risk-Taking Gene? By Scott Hamele, DBIA   President and founder, Construction DesignWorks, LLC   Do people have entrepreneurial genes? I’ve often wondered if the seed to own my own business came from my father, and his seed from his father. I am sure some of my inspiration to run […]
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SouthLaw P.C.- Project Spotlight

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30,000 sf Law Firm Construction Project SouthLaw P.C. opened their new 30,000 sf headquarters in south Overland Park this spring. Block Real Estate Services hired Construction DesignWorks, LLC to be their General Contractor for this complete demo and remodel. The project included private offices, multiple conference rooms, cafe and open office areas. The IT Room included a […]
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Jewish Family Services – New Brookside Construction Project

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Kansas City, Missouri – Jewish Family Services of Great Greater Kansas City engaged Construction DesignWorks for its Design-Build services several months ago after executing a long term lease for its new location in the Brookside area of Kansas City, Missouri. Scott Hamele, President of Construction DesignWorks worked alongside Michelle Lockman at Kansas City Design Group, […]
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Kansas City’s Architectural + Construction Prowess

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Functional design necessities with color, disguise, art, glass & shapes KANSAS CITY, MO- Cities like New York, Los Angeles and Chicago receive accolades for their innovative building designs and architectural aptitude. However, we need to just look in our own backyard in Kansas City to see what has transformed all over the metro area in […]
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Building “urban burbs” for Millennials

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Live, Work, Play in Johnson County OVERLAND PARK, KS- Johnson County should be concerned about its future and ability to attract Millennials who are now the largest, most diverse generation in the U.S. population. Johnson County touts great schools, low crime, affordable cost of living, ease of transportation and an educated workforce. But we are […]
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