Business-to-Business & Business-to-Government: Construction Industry
Elcon Corporation Website – Project Bios and Market Segment Overviews
— Runway 16L-34R Reconstruction
— BNSF Seattle International Gateway (SIG) North Container Yard Rehabilitation
— Sea-Tac Int’l. Airport Satellite Transit System (STS) Renovation & Expansion
— Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel & Stations
— Water Treatment Facilities
— Emergency Power Systems
Elcon Corporation Estimating & Marketing Publications
— WSDOT Active Traffic Management System (ATM) Response to RFQ – Editor
Working with key stakeholders within and outside the company, I assessed the RFQ for required responses, assigned content delivery deadlines, and tracked edits and revisions. Prior to the delivery deadline I worked with the team in Oakland to polish and proof the successful submission on this $34M bid.
In accordance with reporting requirements, I also ran and documented the company’s minority owned outreach efforts to ensure small and disadvantaged businesses had adequate opportunity to submit a sub-bid.
Elcon Corporation – In-house Documents
— Safety Management System – Editor
Working closely with the Safety Manager, I edited and proofed this complete overhaul of the construction company’s original Safety Manual. I also prepared the document for printing and coordinated document distribution to project sites and General Contractors requiring proof of safety flow down efforts.
— Company Employee Handbooks – Union & Non-Union Versions – Editor
Working closely with the HR Director, V.P. of Finance and other content contributors, I tracked revisions, edited for inconsistencies and duplications, proofed, and prepared the document for printing.
Beyond Bachelor Salad Magazine
— Modern Urban Reality: The Importance of Belonging to a Community – April 2007
— Cookbook Review: Small Batch Baking – When Just Enough For 1 or 2 Is Just Enough – Nov. 2005
Best of the Northwest Show Guide
— Romancing the Stone — November 2004 (PDF version)
Artisan Northwest Magazine
— Fabulous Funky Fremont — June 2004 (PDF version from Artisan Northwest Magazine)
Business-to-Consumer Marketing Copy
Launched on August 24, 2007
This site redesign demonstrated both SEO and marketing copy. During the redesign, we expanded the site to give visitors more information about the TAB ST and added calls to action prominently
throughout the site.
Trade & Business Publications
— Forestry Equipment: Cut-to-Length Update – Sept./Oct. 2004
— Forestry Equipment: 2004 Annual Feller-Buncher Specification Chart – Sept./Oct. 2004
— Forestry Equipment: 2004 Skidder Review – May/June 2004
— Collecting a Unique Style
Puget Sound Business Journal
— Do homework before choosing a Web designer (attributed as Brenda Cox)