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Community Support Systems in Teutopolis recently opened a new residence, with the help of Stevens Industries. The duplex will be shared by four residents who will be able to walk to work at their jobs at CSS next door.

Congratulations Megan Funneman, casework services, Theresa Vogt, casework services, and Brittney West, human resources, who recently graduated from the Dale Carnegie leadership and presentation skills course. Each gained valuable insight into their strengths, honed their communication skills and learned leadership techniques to enhance their abilities.

Caring for laminate casework and countertops correctly will ensure years of quality performance.  The high-rated durability of thermofused and high-pressure laminate make them much easier to care for than real wood. 

The Stevens' sales team is on the move and would love to see you at an upcoming show!

Please join us in congratulating Kerry Brown, Project Manager, and Landon Williams, Assistant Project Manager, on their gradation from the Construction Leadership Institute at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. 

Shelving units, study carrels, periodical displays, book trucks, research kiosks, circulation desks and more, Stevens Advantage can expertly equip a new building or a small remodel.

New beginnings and special moments deserve an auspicious welcome - so with pleasure, we introduce one of the newest additions to the Artika and Rain Collections, Natural Elm.

Marbot from the Legno Collection shines solid and steadfast, a hallmark of comfort.  It is the lingering warmth of the sun, while a cool breeze swirls leaves around one's feet.

Alno from the Legno Collection is high style and modern design.  Trending in transitional styles for kitchens, baths, offices and retail fixtures, the multi-tonal grey woodgrain provides a foundation for edgy accessories and sleek, clean surfaces.

Lara from the Legno Collection is a restful, intimate pattern inviting one to create a retreat from the hectic world.  Wood tones are a range from sea oat to driftwood, with lighter strains giving way to linear sweeps of pale sable.