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R&D for a construction services company? R&D usually focuses on products and packaging.  How about R&D for challenges and choices?

It is official! The company that boldly pursues what normal should be has formalized its R&D department. It is headed by the curious Michael Fairclough, Executive VP that has yet to find a challenge he didn’t […]

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Resicom Solution Team Members traveled to Orlando this past weekend attend the national PRSM (Professional Retail Store Maintenance) conference.   The April 18 – 20th conference provides an opportunity for top retailers and service providers to network, attend educational seminars and discuss industry trends while building progressive relationships.

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Resicom Published Again

On January 15, 2010 By

Blogspot Press Release

Lemont, IL

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Ceramica

On January 13, 2010 By

Tile installations date back to 2500 BC – yes, BC. People discovered that if you take natural clay and mix with minerals, heat them to extreme temperatures then allow them to cool, you end up with the world’s first honey-do task – maybe. Tile has proven to be the most versatile decorative finish […]

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September 2009

Lemont, IL

 

Resicom representatives will attend a Nominee Reception for the Loyola University Family Business Center on September 8, 2009 […]

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August 2009

Lemont, IL

 

Known as the nationwide maintenance company for retailers, Resicom is […]

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Lemont, IL

July 2009

 

Resicom takes tremendous pride in both our history and our corporate structure.  From our […]

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Resicom representatives will attend a Nominee Reception for the Loyola University Family Business Center on September 8, 2009 in downtown Chicago.

 

Each year, the Loyola University of Chicago’s […]

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Gloss in Translation

On August 31, 2009 By

What you see is what you give
Color differentiates objects from one another and can establish a mood and tempo just like music. Although intangible and not having a specific weight, temperature or size, color can make an object appear heavy or light, warm or cool, large or small. Color only exists when there […]

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