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Cave Drills Are Enough to Give You a Fright!

Posted by Craig Nordby on Oct 31, 2017 2:00:00 PM

Taking a journey into the earth is a "boring" adventure.

Before you read this post, you should know that this story is not subterranean fiction. There is a lot of truth to this story. If you are afraid of large sharp teeth or dark spaces, we advise you to go back to your regular work day - do NOT read any further. Simply exit this page. We’ll catch you on the next post. However, if you have a sense of adventure, embrace natural hazards, and have a curious mind, then we hope you will join us on our journey into the earth.

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Topics: wine caves, roadheader

What is Due Diligence? Know the Winery Basics.

Posted by Craig Nordby on Aug 24, 2017 4:00:00 PM

In my wildest dreams, I never imagined the Wine Country would evolve into the destination it has become today. Raised in Sonoma, I take for granted what so many find to be a desirable place to live and work. Residing in the Wine Country is a lifestyle – many people are drawn here to live out their dream of owning and operating a winery. Seduced by the lifestyle, I think it is all too easy to want to ignore sound business judgment. In this post, I offer up some helpful insight into the key areas that need to be considered for living your dream of owning a winery.

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Topics: construction services, due diligence, wineries

Nordby Breaks Ground With A Renewed Internet Presence

Posted by Craig Nordby on Aug 18, 2017 7:01:32 AM

We are pleased to announce the update of the Nordby sites. Our renewed Internet presence aims to illustrate our past, our present, and our future. When initially conceiving our new sites, we focused on developing content to encourage new visitors to get to know us. Additionally, we wanted to create a platform to support fresh content and persuade our existing audiences to keep in touch. 

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The Nordby Effect

The Nordby Effect can often be described as being reassured that a project is being performed in a way that exceeds expectations.  Most websites feature finished structures. The real story happens before the project is finished. This blog covers the project story and the people who make these structures a tangible reality.

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