Micro Web Design Chosen for TCBA Website Redesign

by 26. June 2009 04:10

On June 26, 2009, the Treasure Coast Builders Associations (TCBA) chose Micro Web Design to redesign their organizations website. Micro Web Design was chosen from approximately eight other companies for the project.

The Treasure Coast Builders Association was searching for a design firm that could create a new site that was not only attractive, but also very functional. The new website is slated have a wide variety of added functionality that will allow for the TCBA staff to easily manage most aspects of the website them selves. The TCBA membership will benefit from expanded exposure opportunities as well as from new features such as Blog's and user Forums. The team here at Micro Web is excited to be working with the TCBA staff and we look forward to launching the new site in the near future.

The Treasure Coast Builders Association is a professional association of over 750 member firms representing over 10,000 individuals. TCBA represents and protects the interests of the building industry in Florida's Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River and Okeechobee Counties.



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Micro Web Design Moves to New Corporate Office

by 1. June 2009 04:08

On June 1, 2009, Micro Web Design moved to its new corporate offices located in Port St. Lucie, Florida. As a result of our recent growth, it became necessary to relocate the company's staff to a new facility that better met their needs. The company's new facility will not only allow for their immediate needs but it will also allow for the company's projected future growth.

Company founder, Bryan Gardner was reported saying, "It is nice to know that our company now has a permanent home, our new facility is perfect and our staff should be very proud to call it home".

The new facility provides the company with expanded administrative and staff areas as well as an improved client consultation area. Mr. Gardner also said that, "he was looking forward to showing the new location off during an open house they were planning for later in the year."