First of all, Thank You! We would be remiss if we didn’t tell you how much we appreciate the trust you place in VASEY and our team. To our customers and friends, thank you. To our team members who tirelessly served and maintained the highest standards. Thank you! Challenges and Changes 2020 not only produced odd circumstances but it also added to our vocabulary with shelter-in-place, self-quarantine, masks, and social distancing. We witnessed toilet paper hoarding, empty grocery store shelves, a lack of disinfectants and cleaning supplies, and logistic and supply chain disruptions. We adapted to virtual learning, Zoom and MS-Teams, canceled social/sports/life events, curbside service, and to-your-door delivery. The list is endless. Heart Felt Gratitude to our Heroes. So many people worked tirelessly on [...]
Congratulations to Kurt Hibner on his retirement!Kurt started with Bill Vasey in 1987.He worked at VASEY for 32 years.
What museum has 1.2 million annual attendance, a 489,000-square-foot indoor museum, 13 permanent and four temporary exhibit galleries, 12 outdoor sports experiences, a collection of 130,000 artifacts and specimens, 300 full-time and part-time employees, and 585 active volunteers? The Answer: What is the Indianapolis Children’s Museum? VASEY Commercial Facility Solutions celebrated its emphasis on family-work life balance by hosting a celebration at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum. With more than 200 family members in attendance, VASEY proudly hosted the incredible and full-spread, picnic-like event for its team members. With the Star Wars theme, “May the 4th Be with You,” children saw Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine, and Storm Troopers – up close and in person. Although, Emperor Palpatine had the smallest line for photo opportunities – Hmm, [...]
All of us at VASEY are mourning the loss of our fellow team member and friend, Michael Smith. Mike died in a vehicle accident in Hendricks County on Friday. He recently turned 65, had worked with VASEY team off and on for more than 25 years, and planned to retire at the end of this year to spend more time with his family. He was an Installer in our Project Department, and if you ever had the opportunity to work with him, you already know about his dedication to both a job well done and to the people within our company and at our clients. You’re familiar with his warm smile and friendly manner. What you may not know about Mike was his lifetime devotion [...]