Monthly Archives: March 2017

Semper Tek is awarded new contract with Huntington VA to install new water monitoring system

Last week the Huntington, West Virginia VA hospital awarded Semper Tek, Inc. a task order contract to perform work to install continuous water monitoring systems in their hospital.  In order to successfully complete this project our firm will partner with CH2M Hill and s::can.  Collectively these companies are the leading innovators in the design of systems and networks that allow for real-time, continuous water monitoring in lab and hospital settings.

Semper Tek, Inc. has extensive experience in hospital construction, renovation, maintenance, and the installation of systems in occupied hospital settings. Our field staff and execution team is led by F. Jason Brinkmoeller, who holds the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) Healthcare Constructor Certification.

Semper Tek, Inc. is excited to begin work on this new project for the Huntington VA.


President George W. Bush’s “Portraits of Courage” – An excellent way to support Veterans

Our firm is always looking for opportunities to encourage members of our community to support veterans.  When we saw the most recent project of former President George W. Bush, we knew it was something we wanted to share with as many people as possible. portraits of courage

The Portraits of Courage collection is an oil painting art exhibit of 9/11-era Veterans with whom the President has developed relationships since their return from service. All of the portraits have been painted by the President himself. A collection of 66 of the portraits, along with the service members’ stories, have been published in a hardback cover book entitled Portraits of Courage: A Commander in Chief’s Tribute to America’s Warriors. The book is being sold for only $35 online and in stores.

All proceeds from the sales go to supporting veterans through the work  and programs of the George W. Bush Center and its Military Service Initiative. According to the Center’s website, “The Military Service Initiative helps post-9/11 veterans and their families make a successful transition to civilian life and addresses issues of veteran wellness, including post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury.”

The entire portrait collection can be seen in person in Dallas, TX at the George W. Bush Center on the SMU campus until the fall of this year.

Semper Tek, Inc. encourages you to support Veterans in any way that you feel compelled to do so. Whether it is purchasing this book, volunteering at your local VA hospital, or reaching out to a Veteran you know to check-in on them or simply to say ‘thank you,’ our firm strongly believes that we all share the duty of supporting all our nation’s veterans.

For more information about the Portraits of Courage project, click here.  To find out about local volunteering options with the Department of Veterans Affairs, click here.

Thank you in advance for your support of our nation’s Veterans.