November Service Anniversaries

Congratulations to the following employees celebrating an anniversary this month as valuable members of the IMPACT Team. Talent has NO limits!

Superintendent, Duane Krebs – 2 year
Assistant Superintendent, Luke Eckert – 3 years


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IMPACT Strategies Construction Management Oversees Gateway Motorsports Park Renovations

IMPACT Strategies Construction Management Oversees 

Gateway Motorsports Park Renovations

Madison, IL, October 16, 2017

IMPACT Strategies served as the Construction Manager at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, IL, rolling out a smooth ride during significant park renovations. The improvements made during this project provided a safer raceway for drivers and the ability for Gateway to host their first IndyCar Series, which was wildly successful by all measures.

Precision and accuracy …
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Amber Trout Promoted to Contract Accounting Manager

We are please to announce that Amber Trout has recently been promoted to Contract Accounting Manager. Amber has been with IMPACT for over 9 years and this is her 3rd promotion! She started as an Administrative Assistant in 2008, promoted to Project Assistant in 2010, and promoted to Senior Project Assistant in 2014. During her time as Project Assistant she assisted on 50 projects. Not only did Amber assist on …
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October Service Anniversaries

Congratulations to the following employees celebrating an anniversary this month as valuable members of the IMPACT Team. Talent has NO limits!

Director, Development & Construction Services, Nick Walker – 1 year
Pre-Construction Administrator, Emily Yost – 7 years
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IMPACT Strategies Kicks Off $100K Renovation of Kinder Park

Local Companies Step-Up To Rebuild Fairmont City Playground

A facelift is underway to bring a decades-old playground in Fairmont City back to life as a place where children can happily and safely play. A $100,000 renovation kicked off last month at Kinder Park when Fairview Heights construction-management company IMPACT Strategies and its subcontractors began pouring concrete sidewalks and constructing a new 20’x16’ wooden pavilion.

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