Ask the Engineer - Answers 2021

If I’m interested in engineering, how do I get started?You can get started with engineering by signing up for online classes. A popular one you can sign up for is from Autodesk. What’s a reasonable entry level salary for engineering?A typical starting salary starts at $50,000. What are some free or inexpensive ways to get […]
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New Building Project: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

On Friday, PWI held the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new 74,000 sq ft expansion. Our CEO, Ryan Miller, gave a short speech where he mentioned how the new building will help reduce lead times for customers. "Too many times customers have faced uncertain and changing lead times. This results in extra costs and missing […]
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New Building Project: Update #4

The building is enclosed and the PWI crew is installing the first 3 overhead cranes. "The main reason for this [building expansion] project is to get our projects completed on time, get it delivered to you on time, and to serve you better." - Ryan Expansion Update #4 from our CEO, Ryan Miller. We understand […]
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Ask Ryan – Answers 2020

As a Christian, how do you intentionally live out biblical principles in your business? I’d have to say my father taught me more about this than anyone, as I got to work closely beside him for 20 years. He rarely had to tell people he was a Christian, and he certainly didn’t need to put […]
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New Building Project: Update #3

The expansion project is starting to take shape! In "Expansion Update #3" our CEO, Ryan Miller, discusses the structural steel. The driving force behind the expansion project is to deliver on time so our customers get what then need when they need it.
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New Building Project: Update #2

Today was a very exciting day as we began pouring concrete for the main building and for the new loading docks.. Next week we'll start putting up steel. Follow us on Facebook to stay up to date with our building expansion.
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New Building Project: Update #1

PWI recently started an expansion project with the construction of a new 74,000 square foot building. This building will be used for after-paint curing, after-paint assembly, warehousing, and shipping. Subscribe for more updates.
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