Tucker Elliott becomes certified as a CM-BIM!

August 7th, 2015

Congratulations Tucker Elliott on becoming certified in BIM management! VN Services is now able to provide BIM (Building Information Modeling) services and BIM management services to its clients, with a virtual construction of a facility PRIOR to its actual physical construction. Our BIM services improve safety and owner visualization while reducing uncertainty through early detection […]


VN Services holds it’s 2015 company renewal.

April 9th, 2015

Our staff just successfully  completed our annual company renewal.  Each spring, we go off-site to review the past year, and set goals for the upcoming 12 months. We really look forward to this process each year, because it’s a time of team building, reflection and analysis, where we set actionable goals for each other and […]


Tracking Labor Hours is Essential to a Construction Project’s Success

November 24th, 2014

It may be preaching to the choir, but the topic of tracking labor hours per scheduled task completions is worth repeating. How does a construction project end up with a positive project outcome? It’s not brain surgery! Make sure that the labor hours estimated for tasks are actually being expended (and not exceeded) and that […]


Wishing Mehmet Turkel Good Luck

July 10th, 2014

We first met Mehmet Turkel at an SMPS (Society of Marketing Professionals Services) function where he was speaking on “Turning Contacts into Clients: Client and Business Development”.   We have since become more than business associates. We have enjoyed fine dining at Anatolia Café, where Mehmet regaled us with tales of Turkey. He introduced us to […]


Does something on your construction project stink?

June 24th, 2014

Bob Vail and Tucker Elliott attended the Cleveland Engineering Society’s Leadership Breakfast, and listened to a presentation by Mr. Julius Ciaccia. Mr. Ciaccia is Executive Director of the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD). Mr. Ciaccia discussed how far the Cleveland area has come in cleaning up the local rivers and Lake Erie, the sheer […]