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Rice & Garner leading the technological edge in buildings

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can be really easy to take technology for granted and assume everything is going to work the way it was designed to. When we think of technology we often think of computers, cell phones, and the like. Today, many of our buildings are more technologically advanced than the spacecraft that first put humans in orbit around the planet. In the span of just over 100 years, buildings have morphed from being just walls, roof, floors, windows and doors to being mechanical entities that can control the internal environment, open and close windows, turn on lights, provide hot and cold running water, and deliver electricity to nearly every nook and cranny. We have environmental controls, security systems, security cameras, garage door openers, wireless services, and appliances galore that our forefathers could never have imagined. Those capabilities increase with modern facilities such as high-rise office buildings, schools, restaurants and other buildings. Even places of worship have become high-tech wonderlands.

Making all of these independent systems work together from concept through construction to occupation requires an advanced level of expertise. That’s where Rice and Gardner Consultants, Inc., come in. The Houston firm is on the leading edge of the smart building boom. Although their primary clients are school districts – including Houston ISD – Rice and Gardner provide the experience and knowledge to help most any commercial client create or upgrade their facilities. I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Jim Rice, co-founder and president of the company, who opened my eyes to the symphony of systems it takes to make a modern building work. Like a maestro, he conducts his team as they orchestrate the detailed engineering to make modern buildings work at peak efficiency. What they do is amazing, but don’t just take my word for it. Be sure to read the story about Rice and Gardner Consultants inside this issue of the Fort Bend Business Journal.

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Nine business succession planning mistakes to avoid By WJ Interests, LLC Most business owners expect to pass on their pride and joy one day—mostly likely to their children, but possibly to an employee or an outside buyer. This change in ownership is what will fund the owner’s retirement and carry the owner’s creation through the generations. Yet many small-business owners make mistakes when it comes to succession planning that can thwart their dream. Here we discuss 9 business succession planning mistakes to avoid. Waiting too long to plan. Many business owners leave succession planning until the last moment—if they plan at all. Yet an ideal succession plan requires laying the groundwork over many years—some experts recommend planning your exit strategy from the day you start the business. How you want to exit the business tomorrow strongly influences how you structure and operate the business today. Assuming your children will take over the business. While many children want to eventually take over the family business, not all do. Perhaps your child really wants to be a schoolteacher or minister or doctor instead of the owner of a small factory. It’s critical to talk to them about what they envision for themselves. Encourage them to work in the business, but don’t pressure them. It’s not fair to them, and it will probably be a disaster for the business if you try to shove them into a role they don’t really want. You’ll want to know their desires as soon as practical, in order to pursue other avenues if necessary, such as selling to a valued employee or outside buyer. Dividing the business equally among heirs. Equal partnership among heirs is usually a recipe for disaster because of inevitable conflicts, different skills and different visions. Ultimately, one child needs to run the company. That’s why it’s critical to plan well in advance, to see who among your children has the talent and genuine desire to run your business. And if a child doesn’t want to be involved in the business, devise a way to leave the child non-business assets such as insurance, or perhaps nonvoting shares in the business (though this, too, can lead to conflicts).

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gives you time to modify the plan, if Waiting too long to give real authority necessary. Keep them informed, perhaps to the heir. Another common mistake is to through periodic family meetings. wait too long to give genuine responsibility and authority to a potential heir. Many Not thinking of your retirement years. owners never give it up until the day they Retirement can be difficult for small-business retire—only to learn painfully that their child owners because often their business is the all-consuming center of their life, even their isn’t up to the task. Involve them in your decisions and let them make decisions. Let personal identity. Without a clear sense of them build the needed relationships with what they want to do in retirement, they vendors, employees and customers. Let them inevitably drift back to the family business, make mistakes. You made mistakes, too, frequently meddling in how it’s currently when you were starting and growing the being run – often to the detriment of the business. business and family relations. Not trusting them. This goes along with Planning alone. Business succession the failure to give your heir genuine authority. planning is complicated (we haven’t even While you don’t want to trust the person discussed tax issues here) and fraught with blindly just because they’re family, don’t be landmines. Outside experts can be invaluable, so suspicious that you’re constantly peering particularly someone who can lead family over their shoulder. This creates an meetings and ease family conflicts through atmosphere of distrust. their knowledgeable, objective perspective. Not letting them work for another (WJ Interests, LLC, has provided Fee-Only business. Sometimes encouraging an heir financial advice to individuals, families and to work a while for someone else before businesses since 1996. For more information, committing to the family business can be please contact us at wj@wjwealth.com or 281valuable training and can give them a clearer 634-9400.) sense of whether they ultimately want to run the family business. An heir having experience with another business can also help bring a fresh perspective and different ideas to the organization. Being secretive about your plans. Business owners frequently play their succession plans close to the chest. Perhaps Financial Planning and Investment Management since 1996 they’re worried about Building Your Financial Security stirring up family conflicts or they just wjwealth.com don’t like to talk about 281-634-9400 the family money. This is a disservice to your heirs and potentially a disaster for the business. The sooner you can inform them Fee-Only financial advice, how you see your based on your financial succession plan, the needs and goals - when sooner they can make you succeed, we succeed. their own plans. It also

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Missouri City focused on growing business By Theresa D. McClellan Theresa@Fortbendstar.com Developers are looking at Missouri City. When former Missouri City councilman and real estate developer Danny Nguyen expressed interest in more development of his Texas Parkway property, that sparked excitement last month. Moreover, when Quail Valley Station LLC sought an economic development project plan to reinvest $500,000 in their property at Texas Parkway and Cartwright Road, city leaders found a way to make that happen with financial incentives for those who reinvest in their property. So City Manager Anthony Snipes is excited about the future. “I think it’s evident that economic development continues to thrive citywide, and things are only looking positive moving forward,” Snipes said. The city recently underwent an extensive review of its economic development options

Upgrades to City Hall in Missouri City include the new visitors center and community center. (Photo by Joe Southern)

when they hired consulting firm TIP Strategies to explore their growth possibilities. Under their five-year plan, Missouri City will grow its commercial tax base and employment so the city can provide the same or higher level of service to residents while decreasing its reliance on residential property taxes. Under the plan they want to: • encourage redevelopment of critical corridors such as Texas Parkway, FM RADIO STATION Cartwright Road, FM 1092 and the Fort Bend FEATURING A VARIETY OF MUSIC Tollway; • create an identity for Missouri City within the greater Houston Metro area; • enhance the city’s business recruitment and support the needs of - Fort Bend Star News with Donna Hill current employers and - Weather with Josh small businesses; - Community Charity Event Announcements • invest in new - Skeeters’ Baseball live every Friday night! tools and resources for economic development. WHAT CAN SWEET 96.1 FM DO FOR YOU? “Following the adoption of the plan, 281-215-3626 WWW.SWEET96.COM follow us on Facebook our council shared a

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prioritized list of which aspects of the plan they want city staff to implement first, and our next steps will be shared through all of our citizen communications tools as they are approved through the budget process. The final, councilapproved budget for this upcoming fiscal year will outline our immediate steps in relation to the economic development plan,” Snipes said. So with partnerships with Houston Community College that has specific business programs, the $6.4 million renovation of the existing campus of the Missouri City Branch Library of the Fort Bend County Library and the upgrades to City Hall with, the new visitors center and community center which allows the city to host larger-scale community events, Snipes expects to generate even more traffic to the Texas Parkway/FM 2234 corridor. “Only now in its first year of enrollment, the HCC campus has already launched some exciting, innovative programs, including the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program, a program for small businesses that links learning to action. Through the program, our local Missouri City businesses will gain practical skills in topics such as negotiation, marketing, and employee management that can immediately be put into action. In addition, they will receive the tools and professional support they need to develop a strategic and customized business growth plan that will take their company to the next level,” Snipes MISSOURI CITY CONTINUES pg 13

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Missouri City created new financial incentives for property owners to reinvest in their business. The perks are available to companies that maintain a minimum 86 percent occupancy. Their initial investment must be above the property value. The city takes their existing value as a base, and they will capture the new value brought in from sales tax giving them a 50 percent rebate. Companies only get the rebate if they increase business.

The city is not only encouraging business to reinvest, but it is also receiving grants to said. reinvest in neighborhood parks, which will He said the close partnerships between make others want to live there. the city, county, and HCC serve as the catalyst “Our partners again at Niagara Bottling for future growth and development along the were a committed partner for our Parks and Texas Parkway and Cartwright Road corridors. Recreation team. Recently, they committed Discount Tire opened across the street $75,000 for improvements to existing from the city hall complex, and a Dollar Tree equipment in Community Park and $25,000 for the construction of our future Skatepark,” opened on Cartwright Road in the Quail Valley said Snipes. Shopping Center. During his He said the city’s financial presentation to council, approach to reinvesting in existing parks facilities and developer Nguyen said they are making programs allowed city staff to cosmetic changes and branch out into exciting new have 90 percent areas beyond just commercial occupancy. He wants to and economic growth. attract national “Including the launch of companies to the area. our new MCTX Lacrosse program and competitive “Only a complete renovation, a facelift will team, the Mayhem, and our make a difference, and inaugural MCTX FEST, an we want to be a event highlighting local food, catalyst,” said Nguyen. art, and music, which, with the He wants to attract help of numerous city a Starbucks, and with The new Houston Community College campus in Missouri City built departments, became a city the proximity of the event with approximately next to City Hall is a key factor leading to business growth and HCC campus, that 3,000 attendees throughout redevelopment along Texas Parkway. (Photo by Joe Southern) dream is possible. the day,” Snipes said. MISSOURI CITY CONTINUED from pg 3

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BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE NOW RICE & GARDNER CONSULTANTS PUT THE SMART IN SMART BUILDINGS COVER STORY

with various systems and structural elements such as HVAC or roofs they continue to hire us because we have BY JOE SOUTHERN expertise in those systems,” Rice said. Rice & Gardner’s expertise extends to numerous services, including program management, commissioning, Smart buildings require smart construction and even construction administration, and facility assessment. smarter project management. “The state of Texas passed a law in which all new That’s where Rice & Gardner Consultants, Inc. comes buildings today have to be commissioned. And the reason in. Founded in 2005 by Jim Rice and the late Kevin Gardner, that they’re doing that is because they are wanting to the firm provides services to make sure buildings are reduce energy costs,” Rice said. While commissioning is now recognized as a crucial constructed and operated with maximum efficiency. “When you look at how buildings have evolved over component of any building project, Rice credits the time, if you went back over 100 years, for example, a set practice as having started in the United States Navy. of construction documents that had been prepared for “They realized they’ve given the technical a school building were pretty thin. And that’s because specifications of their program requirements to the the construction materials and the construction shipbuilder, but now that it’s done they’ve got to load their sailors on them and put out to sea for sea trials. So techniques had not really changed very much for probably the sailors that are working with the propulsion systems over 100, maybe 200 years,” Rice said. “In the ’50s and the ’60s we saw the advent of all sorts of new construction know how to operate the equipment, the sailors who are materials in terms of flooring surfaces, wall surfaces, working with the radar and avionics know how to operate interior finishes and things of this nature. Then buildings those systems.” “So we do that same thing for began to be air-conditioned, building owners. We do what the they began to have a lot of indoor plumbing and they building owner would do if they began to have interior artificial WE REALLY NEED TO BE MINDFUL OF had all the staff that they needed illumination and electrical THE HARMFUL AFFECTS OF EXCESSIVE who possessed the requisite wiring and those kinds of CONSTRUCTION ON THE EARTH’S knowledge, experience and skill to things. As time has gone on, NATURAL RESOURCES, do that and they didn’t already have buildings have become much Jim Rice, president of Rice & Gardner. another job. Most of them don’t more complex than they used have that. They don’t have surplus to be. That has been good but it’s also been bad, because staff just hanging around waiting for them to build a we have a lot of different specialty products and systems school. So we do that, and we start by making sure that we understand what the owner wants in the school and in buildings today that don’t always work together and from the operational perspective,” he said. don’t always work as they’re intended to work the first “All of these systems nowadays, most architects and time out of the box, if you will.” While a building’s increased complexity may not be engineers are specifying manufactured components,” a positive for the owner per se, it has allowed Rice & he said. Gardner to flourish as a business. Their clients rely on Rice explained that the chillers come from one them to ensure that all these moving parts are working company, the pumps from another and the direct digital in tandem and ultimately, that each building provides control (DDC) system from yet another. Not all of the the best possible built environment for its occupants. components are coordinated to work together. Often times, these occupants are students tasked “So it’s like the chiller’s speaking English but the pumps with learning. Rice & Gardner’s first client remains its are speaking French and the air handling units are speaking biggest client to date – the Houston Independent School German and nobody knows that necessarily right out of District. the box,” he said. “That’s where commissioning, you’re “They have 263 campuses. That’s a lot,” he said. kind of like a forensic detective almost, to make sure ‘hey, Other educational clients include Galena Park ISD, why isn’t this operating correctly?’ It’s not getting the right Lamar Consolidated ISD, Stafford MSD, Episcopal High control to it from the building automation system because School, Bellville ISD, and Alief ISD. it’s on the wrong operating frequency.” School districts have a wide range of facilities from Rice said they also make sure all the players are those under construction to those that predate air coordinated before construction starts on a new building. conditioning and other such amenities. Rice explained the process for how each building is “Because owners seem to have so many problems built to a client’s exact requirements – something that in

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This is an exterior view of the curtain wall for Tanglewood Middle School in the Houston ISD, which earned LEED certification in 2017. Tanglewood Middle School exemplifies the planning and design of the bond program, which aimed to integrate innovative strategies and sustainable design to impact student achievement.

This is a rendering of High School for Performing Arts, part of the 2012 Houston ISD Bond.

the case of HISD, for instance, is crucial. “Owners will put together what they call the owner’s program requirements – these are the things we want in this building – and then we work with the architects and engineers to make sure they heard what the owners said and they prepare … a written narrative that says, ‘this is what we heard you say and so this is what we’re going to give you.’ Heretofore, that kind of a statement was implied in the construction documents, but the problem is, not everybody knows how to read construction documents.” Not only do they make sure the project is ready to commence, they follow it throughout to keep it on schedule and then they prepare it for occupation. “We’re really doing a test drive of the building and making sure that everything is operating correctly,” Rice said. Another service Rice & Gardner specializes in is facility assessments. In 2015 they completed one for all 263 campuses in the Houston ISD. That assessment allows them to give the school board a 10-year planning horizon. With their database, the district now knows when roofs, air conditioners and other systems are reaching their life expectancy and need to be upgraded or replaced. “We’ve built in costs for construction and the engineering and architectural services and inflation. That helps give them an idea of how much money they need to budget for everything whether it’s roofs or it’s chillers,” Rice said. Having that information in a database has already paid dividends to the school district. When Hurricane Harvey hit last year, Rice and Garner stood ready to respond. “When they went through Hurricane Harvey, they retained us to help them with a process of their insurance and FEMA claims because we have this huge database already. We’ve done the assessment already and we’re in the middle of that now and working very hard to make them whole,” he said. In addition to simplifying the complexities of a modern building for the comfort and ease of use for the owner and occupants, Rice & Gardner also strives to make sure the building is good for the environment. “ASHRAE, which is the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers, has a stated goal of making buildings net zero by 2030,” Rice said. “That doesn’t mean they won’t be connected to the grid, but it means they might be producing power onsite locally either through wind turbines or photovoltaic panels. These provide a lot of the power that CONTINUES...

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An exterior shot of Mark White Elementary School, one of the projects Rice and Gardner provided program management for under the Houston ISD 2012 Bond. they need for the building and even pump some back into the grid if they happen to have a surplus that day.” This is something the firm takes in to consideration when managing or commissioning a project. Rice & Gardner’s staff of 25 includes LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) accredited professionals who strive to balance growth and the environment. “We really need to be mindful of the harmful affects of excessive construction on the earth’s natural resources,” Rice said. “Water is a big issue for Texas. We really need to pay attention to water. Texas is supposed to grow over the next 25 years to 50 million people with 20 percent less fresh water. How’s that going to work?” “Electricity is the next thing. Elon Musk is making batteries for your house that are charged with photovoltaic cells. When we have sunny days and we’re charging a battery pack, we can potentially use that to drive the electricity in our house,” he said. “I think we’re really

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going to have to start looking at those things, which means we’ve got to do more homework – more study on how these things operate, how they’re manufactured and how a homeowner can operate them and successfully operate them and reduce the use of fossil fuels that are used to produce electricity in the first place. We need to find a way to have the best of both worlds.” Looking ahead, Rice & Gardner will continue to provide existing clients with the same quality services they have come to expect from them, while also servicing the needs of new clients and upholding their commitment to the people and environments they serve.

ADDRESS: 6161 SAVOY DRIVE, SUITE 1212, HOUSTON, TX 77036 PHONE: 713-482-2300 FAX: 713-482-2314 WEB: WWW.RICEGARDNER.COM

Jim Rice, president of Rice and Gardner.

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Wells Fargo rebuilding damaged building in Missouri City By Theresa D. McClellan Theresa@Fortbendstar.com When a tornado struck Missouri City during Hurricane Harvey last August and damaged to the Wells Fargo Building at 2440 Texas Parkway, the four-story building that housed the bank and about 50 small business offices shut down. It’s been closed ever since. Missouri City Councilmember Jeffrey Boney said he is encouraged after recently conversing with the Wells Fargo Regional Bank President Daryl Montgomery. “He said Wells Fargo is committed to opening back as soon as possible and he assured me they have committed to staying on Texas Parkway. He also committed to me that they will be investing the necessary resources to improve the branch amenities and upgrade the features both internally and externally,” Boney. “With a mid-rise structure sustaining such wind and constant rain damage from the

upper floors draining down to the lower floors, a tremendous amount of mechanical and electrical, as well as interior building material finishes were susceptible to the threat of water,” Boney said. “It is my understanding that a majority of the air handling units are being replaced,” Boney added. He said the timeliness of the repairs have been a “major concern from city leadership since the week of the hurricane.” “With the insurance, resources and construction contractor challenges, process delays have occurred and still remain on a number of properties all over the Greater Houston region,” said Boney. The city is currently awaiting revised architectural and mechanical

construction documents to satisfy all fire, zoning and building codes, said the councilman. Wells Fargo issued a statement that their renovations are complete. “The landlord is involved in permit fling processes related to the fire alarm system and other construction issues before the building can open. While this branch is closed, there are several other Wells Fargo branches in Missouri City where customers can bank. We appreciate your patience during this time,” the bank said.

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OakBend Medical Group hires ob/gyn OakBend Medical Group announced the hiring of ob/gyn Dr. Amber Dobyne. Originally from Birmingham, AL, Dobyne graduated Cum Laude from Florida A&M University where she majored in biology/

pre-medicine. She moved to Washington D.C., where she earned her medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine and completed her residency training at Howard University Hospital.

Missouri City nursing home receives honor Windsor Quail Valley in Missouri City was one of 35 Texas nursing homes that earned national honors for improving their quality of care — despite a statewide staffing crisis that’s left facility managers scrambling to staff shifts. The American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living awarded the 2018 Bronze – Commitment

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to Quality award to nursing homes that achieved the first of three distinctions possible through the AHCA/NCAL National Quality Award Program. This program, which began in 1996, honors long term and post-acute care providers across the nation. A total of 521 bronze awards were awarded nationwide.

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SERVICE DIRECTORY ADVERTISING Fort Bend Star 281-690-4200 www.fortbendstar.com We have been delivering a free community newspaper to homes throughout Fort Bend County longer than ANY OTHER newspaper. Fort Bend Business Journal 281-690-4200 www.fortbendstar.com The Fort Bend Business Journal is a monthly magazine that focuses on the business community of Fort Bend County. It is directmailed to businesses throughout Fort Bend as well as all chamber of commerce members in the Fort Bend County area. The Business Journal features news stories about businesses, people, and events of importance to the local business community. AIR CONDITIONING Davis Air Conditioning & Heating 877-339-8124 www.davisac.com ALTERATIONS & TAILORING LIZ’S TAILOR and ALTERATIONS 281-242-3193 www.lizstailor.com 3626 Highway 6 South (In the Luby’s/Big Lots Shopping Center) Sugar Land, TX 77478 Our Alterations Service for Ladies and Gentlemen include: Full resizing of your dress or prom to make a perfect fit; hem pants & jeans, taper in and out; shorten jacket sleeves and zipper changes. We fix your clothes at affordable prices. We offer professional tailoring. We will make your clothes from a catalog or pattern. For one-day or immediate service, please call Liz at 281-242-3193. We offer free estimates or visit us at www.lizstailor.com or email us at liz@ lizstailor.com. AUTO REPAIR / MAINTENANCE Charlton’s Auto Body Repair and Vehicle Detailing 281-499-1126 www.charltonsbodyrepair.com Chuck Charlton, 1131 Staffordshire @ 5th Street, Stafford, Texas 77477, Charbody@aol.

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com, Fax: 281-499-1694, Complete collision repair. Frame & Unibody straightened. Expert computer color matching. Custom painting & pin stripping. Honest service. 79 Years Strong and 3 Generations Proud! Colony One Auto Center P - 281-980-4440 F - 281-261-0048 www.colonyoneauto.com Are you tired of searching for a AAA approved auto repair center? Colony One Auto Center is a family-owned and operated business, having serviced more than 233,000 vehicles since 1991. The BBB has rated Colony One Auto Center its highest score, capturing an A+ rating. Angie’s List has designated Colony One Auto Center its highest rating as a “Super Service Provider,” also garnering an A+ rating. Colony One Auto Center has a complete state-of-the-art automotive repair and maintenance facility. Your search is finally over. Bring your vehicle to Rod Tate at 1131 Dulles Avenue, Stafford, 77477. First Tire & Automotive 281-313-2886 www.firsttireandauto.com Craig Popp, owner, 3 Sugar Land Locations. 960 Eldridge, 281-313-2886 & 2303 Williams Trace Blvd. 281-980-2666 (First Colony), 20015 Southwest Freeway. 281-343-5666 (Greatwood), Diagnostic testing and evaluation, Manufacturer’s routine recommended maintenance, domestic and foreign vehicle repairs, AAA approved, ASE certified. Ask about our Fleet Service! ASIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Asian Chamber of Commerce 713-782-7222 www.asianchamber-hou.org The Asian Chamber of Commerce is a business-oriented chamber focused on economic development. Founded in 1990, we represent all countries and cultures of Asia and help facilitate trade between Houston and Asian businesses, and promote valuable connections throughout the city. A diverse and friendly group, we’re open to everyone and Asian heritage or business is not required. With over 25 events per year, the ACC encourages new membership and participation at all levels.

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COUNTRY CLUBS & GOLF COURSES Quail Valley Golf Course & City Centre 281-403-5900 (General) 281-403-5910 (Golf Shop) www.golfquailvalley.com The Quail Valley Golf Course and City Centre offers 36 holes of championship golf, full practice facilities and gorgeous event venues. After your round, stop by the Bluebonnet Grille for a cold drink and a satisfying meal. The City Centre is perfect for your special event. We host golf tournaments, weddings, birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, fundraising galas and so much more. All with beautiful views of our award winning golf courses. For more information, visit www.golfquailvalley.com. Quail Valley Golf Course & City Centre, 2880 La Quinta Dr., Missouri City, TX 77459. DIALYSIS Diamond Dialysis 832-987-1353 www.diamonddialysisone.com 5603 Hwy 6 Missouri City 832-987-1793 3623 Main Street, Suite 100, Stafford “The Crown Jewel of Dialysis” Two convenient locations to serve you. Stafford Dialysis 281-568-9911 www.StaffordDialysis.com 12220 Murphy Road, Stafford, TX 77477 Quality Care for A Quality Life. Stafford Dialysis promotes the highest quality care and treatment for patients with chronic renal disease. State of the Art technology and certified professionals provide patients the highest ethical standards and education related to kidney failure. Certified through Private Insurance, Medicare and the Texas Department of Health, you can trust your care to Stafford Dialysis. INSURANCE AGENCIES Goosehead Insurance 281-643-0996 www.gooseheadinsurance.com/ andrew-haley-insurance “Goosehead Insurance brings years of experience and expertise in serving your Auto, Home, Life & Commercial Insurance needs. As your Risk Management Advisor,


Andrew Haley understands the value of safeguarding what matters most to you and will work on your behalf to bring you the best insurance options based on your individual needs. You will be met with unmatched customer service, integrity and expediency.” Insurance Solutions of Texas 281-565-2222 • 281-341-5060 www.insurancesolutionsoftexas.com Jay Harris, Auto, Home, Business, Flood Insurance. 14140 Southwest Freeway, Suite 150, Sugar Land, Texas 77478. 281-5652222, Fax 281-565-3333. 2515 Ave. H, Rosenberg, TX 77471. 281-341-5060, Fax 281-341-5558. Tracy Walker Agent, ChFC, CLU, CPCU, CASL 281-265-0711 www.agentwalker.com Tracy Walker’s agency is based on integrity and excellence. We have an amazing team with over 70 years combined experience. We care enough to really listen to customize your insurance portfolio and educate you on how to protect your family and assets. State Farm is #1 in auto, fire and individual life insurance. We are an agency that likes to know your name so stop on by, call 281-2650711 or email - tracy@agentwalker.com. Like a great Neighbor, we are here for you! 15510 Lexington. JEWELERS Gold Connection Jewelers 281-344-9900 • We Buy Gold www.goldconnection.net We are a full-service jewelry store in your neighborhood. We offer diamonds, gold and silver jewelry and watches. Repairs are done on our premises. Custom design is our specialty. We offer front door parking for your convenience. Our hours are M-F from 10:006:00 pm and again on Sat from 10:00-4:00 pm. We are located at 206 Hwy 90A, Richmond, 77406. Come see our fabulous inventory! MAGAZINE Fort Bend Business Journal 281-690-4200 www.fortbendstar.com Fort Bend’s ONLY business publication. Reaching over 10,000 businesses monthly. The place to advertise to reach the vital Fort Bend County business community.

MILITARY RECRUITMENT ROBIN T. SMITH, TSgt, USAF 1-800-423-USAF O: 281-495-8690 • C: 281-804-8543 robin.smith.7@us.af.mil AIRFORCE.COM Air Force Recruiter, EA Accessions 12881 Westheimer Rd. Houston, TX 77077

NEWSPAPER Fort Bend Star 281-690-4200 www.fortbendstar.com We have been delivering a free community newspaper to homes throughout Fort Bend County longer than ANY OTHER newspaper.

NETWORKING Fort Bend Chapter - BNI Fort Bend Business Network International, the oldest networking chapter in the Fort Bend Chapter - BNI network, is a group of like-minded business owners who meet to network every Thursday morning at 7 am at Sweetwater Country Club. Membership is limited to one professional per category. However, the organization does have some open categories and is looking for entrepreneurs who want to connect with a great group of people and grow their business! For information on how to come visit, please email jeanne@jeannegregory.com.

OPEN MRI Upright MRI of Sugar Land 281-494-0505 www.mri911.com CLAUSTROPHOBIC? Upright MRI is the only True OPEN MRI in Sugar Land. We scan patients standing, sitting, or lying down. For the first time, patients can be scanned in weightbearing postures and in their position of pain. It is ideal for patients who have difficulty lying down due to respiratory or cardiac problems. Mention this ad and receive $25 off your first scan. 2655 Cordes Drive #150, Sugar Land, 77479. Open Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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6026 Highway 6 Missouri City, TX 77459. Comprehensive Vision Exams from infants to seniors. Medical management of Eye Infections and disease. Large selection eyeglass frames and contact lenses. Most medical and vision insurances accepted.

OPTICAL SERVICES MODERN OPTICAL 281-494-3300 www.modernopticals.com 12802 Murphy Rd, Stafford, Tx. 77477 1 DAY SERVICE on all prescription lenses at very reasonable price.All designer frame available, We do frame repairing. 30 years experience in optical. Bring your prescription and save money

PHARMACIES Ed’s Pharmacy 281-499-4555 Ed Sziy, 3740 Cartwright, Missouri City, TX 77459, Fax: 281-499-7088.

PHYSICIANS The Immunization Clinic Be wise, test and, immunize 281-313-7468 office 281-313-7470 fax www.houstonvaccines.com houstonvaccines@gmail.com 3727 Greenbriar Dr. #403 Stafford, TX 77477 CDC certified Yellow fever provider of domestic and travel vaccines, Flu vaccines, TB skin tests, Drug testing and titer testing for adults and children for college, work, travel, immigration, pre-employment and postaccident testing. Open for appts M-F and 2 Saturdays a month.You can come to our site continued, on page 24

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PREGNANCY RESOURCES Pregnancy Resource Medical Center of Fort Bend County 281-232-2375 www.prmcfortbend.org The Pregnancy Resource Medical Center is a nonprofit that helps women by offering free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, peer consultations, classes and parenting resources. We are looking for volunteers, financial partners and church liaisons to help us reach our community. You can share the joy of helping hurt hearts and saving lives. We are located at 2918 Avenue I Rosenberg, TX 77471.

REAL ESTATE

Riverstone Development Co. 281-499-8700 www.riverstone.com tomw@johnsondev.com. Tom Wilcox, 4855 Riverstone Blvd, Missouri City, Texas 77459, Fax: 281-499-8704, Luxurious waterside living in Fort Bend from $200s to the many millions. Jeanne Gregory, CRS, GRI 713-854-0923 www.jeannegregory.com Jeanne@jeannegregory.com 14905 Southwest Freeway, Sugar Land, Texas 77478, Remax Southwest. Residential real estate sales & corporate locations. Jennifer Weaver, ABR, CRS, GRI 281-207-5037 www.jenniferweaver.com RE/MAX Southwest, 14905 Southwest Freeway, Sugar Land, TX 77478. Residential sales and corporate relocation since 1979.

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Colliers International, formerly Curtice Commercial Real Estate 281-494-4769 kolbe.curtice@colliers.com Kolbe M. Curtice, CCIM, CLS, 15999 City Walk, Suite 250, Sugar Land Square located at U.S. Highway 59 & State Highway 6, Fax: 281-494-3227, Brokerage, Development, Investment and Tenant Representation, 30 years experience in Fort Bend.

Star Digital Studios • 281-690-4280 www.starvideoproductions.com A full service video production studio providing all phases of video production including professional writing, videography, editing, DVD duplication, distribution; also video deposition services to the legal community. For video needed for a TV commercial, website posting, employee training, promotional DVDs, special presentations, coverage of live events/ trade shows, or corporate videos, give us a call. If you are interested in something you do not see on our website, let us know and we’re ready to accommodate your needs!

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