Wednesday, March 19, 2008
Two years of planning went into the 2 Hour House project with each construction step allotted a specific amount of time. The traditional concrete slab takes three days to cure, the quick cure formula, perfected by Transit Mix, was allocated 30 minutes but took just 22. Installing the garage door, a project that frequently takes a full day was allocated ten minutes and took only three. Revolutionary procedures in personnel management and building techniques enabled Conaway and his volunteers to build the entire home to code in two hours, fifty-two minutes, and twenty-nine seconds.
Teaching others time and process management, leadership skills, performance enhancement, and efficiency techniques forms the basis of 2 Hour House, the company started by Brian Conaway and Jose Feliciano. The ultimate vision-building resource for entrepreneurs and civic leaders, 2 Hour House provides tools and support to leaders building their own seemingly impossible visions. “We’ve provided leaders with the most powerful tool they need:” notes Jose, “a vision-building method anyone can follow that begins with the end in mind.”
The 2 Hour House phenomena is sweeping the nation, reigniting what has always been America’s greatest strength: a belief that anything is possible and innovation makes anything possible. The results: sensational change, one impossible at a time.
The Texas Department of Transportation now uses the quick-drying concrete formula to expedite highway repairs. Ruben Gonzales, inspired by the 2 Hour House video, is performing his own impossible by preparing to compete in four Winter Olympic Games, each in a different decade. Jack Canfield, author of the Chicken Soup books, notes that the 2 Hour House experience demonstrates “what happens when a committed team of people pays no attention to what they have been told is impossible.” View a three minute clip of this incredible event at http://www.2hourhouse.com/.
For additional information on this release, please contact Jeannie McLaughlin, CEOIQ, Jeannie@ceoiq.com, 972-983-4258.