A Sain Thanksgiving

Posted by on Nov 21, 2017
A Sain Thanksgiving

Fall has definitely come to Alabama…that nip in the air…the beautiful colors in the landscape… and the sights and smells of the Sain Thanksgiving lunch! Friday afternoon our Sain family filled our training room with food and friends to enjoy a delicious meal complete with fun and fellowship. From the turkey and dressing to the […]

Pulaski 20th Anniversary

Posted by on Nov 8, 2017
Pulaski 20th Anniversary

Our Pulaski, Tennessee office celebrated its 20th year in business this year. We had a great time with clients and friends who joined us at Giles County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism to help us commemorate the event!  

Sain New Hires

Posted by on Jul 18, 2017
Sain New Hires

Sain is growing! We’ve got two incredible new hires on our team, and we couldn’t wait to share the news! Check out their bios below for an update on the newest faces at Sain:

Spreading the Love

Posted by on Jun 20, 2017
Spreading the Love

The following post is a guest post by Sain’s very own Nathan Currie, Infrastructure Project Manager, on a personal subject: the adoption of his twin daughters. Nathan has graciously chosen to share his story in an effort to show that we at Sain are a family! 

Summer at Sain

Posted by on May 30, 2017
Summer at Sain

By: Julie Conn, Executive Assistant It’s that time of year when the weather grows hotter, traffic becomes significantly lighter around the city, and people begin their exciting plans for summer vacations! Yes, I know technically summer begins on June 20, but with Memorial Day just behind us and school being out I say it’s summertime!

Sain’s 2016 Thanksgiving Lunch

Posted by on Nov 22, 2016
Sain’s 2016 Thanksgiving Lunch

By Julie Conn, Executive Assistant Our kitchen here at Sain took on the festive aroma of Thanksgiving on a Friday afternoon as everyone brought in their favorite dishes to share at our annual Thanksgiving lunch.

The Power of a “Work Family”

Posted by on Nov 15, 2016
The Power of a “Work Family”

Posted by Julie Conn, Executive Assistant We’re all familiar with the expectation to not let our personal lives affect our work, but it’s not always a realistic or reasonable one.