How do you transform your home with small details?

Posted November 21st, 2019 by Nicole Mihalos and filed in Uncategorized
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Mike and Molly have been coming to Tanglewood for over 15 years to create the home of their dreams. From extraordinary conservatories and skylights to carefully crafted window walls and nooks, they have created a legacy; a reflection of their passion for art, gardening, and animals.

Molly’s latest vision was to transform the staircase leading to their bedroom into a well lit area with beautifully stained glass windows.

“They are the best team we’ve ever worked with! Thank you so much for making this happen, the windows are SPECTACTULAR!”

-Molly

Watch the progression from design to installation.

Staircase Window Progression from Tanglewood Conservatories on Vimeo.

Are you envisioning your next home addition?

We’d love to hear about it. Share the details of your project online or give us a call at 410 479 4700 to speak with Jennifer.

Tanglewood’s President speaks about business and workforce development

Posted November 5th, 2019 by Nicole Mihalos and filed in Uncategorized
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Why is President, Alan Stein, speaking out about business and workforce development?

“Over the years, as Tanglewood has grown, the organizational structure of our team has not always kept up with our growth. If you’ve ever started or owned a company, you might recognize these growth signs…

Our bookkeeper… jumped in to take on HR… then safety… not because it was her job, but because she was there!” This haphazard approach to organizational planning held us back until we started to use a ‘Clean Sheet’ approach to building THE RIGHT team for our business.

It has allowed us to build many more beautiful, light-filled conservatories for the people we serve!”

Alan recently spoke at the 2019 Manufacturing Innovation Conference with Steve Lantz of MD MEP on a ‘Clean Sheet’ approach to organizational development.

According to Steve, “as companies grow, they are often not positioned to support the long term growth of the organization. Throughout the growth process, different maturity points require an evaluation of the organization, the positions within the organization and the people and talent required to fill those roles.” Alan spoke about how Tanglewood used the “Clean Sheet” process to identify the positions and tasks required to support the organization moving forward.

We are excited about the opportunities for our clients and team members as we continue to grow! We have some great projects coming up. See what else is happening within Tanglewood!

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