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Thanks to 21st-century economic growth in industries such as bioscience and healthcare, San Antonio International Airport is expanding to accommodate the metropolitan area’s increasingly cosmopolitan character. Located on 1,200 acres, the airport is in the midst of constructing a 176,000-square-foot terminal C that will have five gates with the option to expand later to 11 gates. 

Also, 28 jet bridges will be built in terminal C in its first phase of construction, but that number can be increased to 35. A double-decker roadway in front of terminal A – which received a $35.6 million renovation in 2012 – will be extended to terminals C and B. 

Ironically, Baruch Ivcher’s job as president and CEO of a mattress factory has been anything but soft and comfortable. The business is thriving now, but in the past, Ivcher has been the center of extraordinary controversy. He’s been bribed, threatened, exiled and accused. His company, Productos Paraíso del Peru, burned to the ground and was rebuilt, only to be the subject of an intense legal battle a few years later, then, abandoned by the forced exiled of its directors and, finally, recover its leaders years later. 

Pratt & Whitney is a leader in the aerospace engine-manufacturing arena, with annual revenues approaching $15 billion and tens of thousands of employees spread out in operations around the globe. The company has reached its enviable position thanks to a history of developing innovative and game-changing technology that differentiates its products and services. Joe Santos, vice president and general counsel, says Pratt & Whitney is successfully gearing up to deliver on production contracts  to customers for many programs in development, including the PurePower® PW1000G engine, with patented Geared Turbofan™ technology, and the F135 engine for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. 

From its modest start in 1941 selling fish out of a car trunk, Pacific Seafood has since grown to employ more than 2,500 professionals at 37 facilities, with processing plants stretching along the Pacific Coast and distribution facilities in seven states. 

“Although the company has grown in size, it is still family owned and family focused while always being dedicated to delivering the best seafood products and the best customer service anywhere,” Pacific Seafood says.

Suncor Inc. is a structural steel fabricator that has been providing structural steel products throughout the United States since 1992. It specializes in fabricating steel for office buildings, airports, medical buildings, public works projects and schools.

Suncor has offices in Hialeah, Fla., Orlando, Fla. and De Forest, Wis. National Metals and Suncor are separate companies with common ownership. Suncor owns the office in Hialeah, Fla., and both firms manufacture out of its 40,300-square-foot Wisconsin plant.

This defining thought from the 20th century’s greatest business writer answers that question asked, in solitude, by every manager and businessperson, be they aspiring or accomplished: “Why am I doing this?” Why work 60 hours per week, leaving early and coming home to family late? Putting up with incompetence above and inexperience below? Pushing the rock of now electronic paperwork up the hill all the daylong just to find a new boulder-like stack waiting at the base the next dawn?

Macresco’s contributions to performance can’t be held in your hands. They can, however, be seen in the dramatic improvements the firm makes to client bottom lines. CEO and founder Scott Gauvin says the Boston-based management consulting firm specializes in helping companies capitalize on the value of their business through organizational alignment and employee engagement. Its services may be intangible, but their impact is clearly felt. 

Fullerton Tool Co. has manufactured high-quality solid carbide cutting tools since 1942. “It is our 71st year and we have always been a precision tool-maker,” says President Patrick Curry, a member of the third generation to head the family business. “We produce tools for maximum removal and minimal energy. We make diverse types of cutting tool that produce chips or holes.”

Fullerton Tool serves a wide variety of industries with its tools, including aerospace, automotive, firearms, heavy equipment, medical, mold and die, power generation, recreational and small engine manufacturing. The company offers solid carbide cutting tools including drills, saws, PCD, burrs and end mills manufactured in a 40,000-square-foot facility in Saginaw, Mich. 

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