Who Are We and… Who’s Steve? 

Steve’s Build Blog is sponsored by The Syntec Group, a Chicago based, building company offering a full range of architectural and construction services. Syntec was founded by Steven S. Salzman in 1984 and he currently serves as the president. Syntec has been involved in numerous construction and design projects over the past decades all which fall within the commercial, residential, and healthcare realm of building – making the Syntec and most importantly Steve the perfect fit for this blog. 

As a leading industry expert Steve brings his knowledge and expertise in architecture, construction, technology and healthcare to this blog in order to bring new knowledge, ideas and solutions to the rapidly evolving built world.  

So… What’s It All About & How Does It Work? 

In today’s horizon, Syntec Group’s primary focus as a company is to educate, inform, and bring their unique and specific ideas, topics, factoids, and content into the world and more specifically across to YOU, the viewers of this blog and members of our community.  

Syntec utilizes its industry experts within its firm to generate unique, one of a kind, in house created content for each blog post, that you can’t find anywhere else. In Steve’s Build Blog you get a wide variety of content from current and relevant topics, to interesting facts in the Did You Knows. Also check out our social media channels to see new and exciting content that you can’t find on the blog, so you never miss out on what we work so hard to bring you.  

Whether it’s an addressed issue related to the building industry, breaking news, or just a mind-blowing fact we guarantee that you will learn something new by tuning in to our blog!


The Layout:

Blog posts brought to you monthly

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DYK’s come every week

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Future offerings: 

Stay tuned for a series of white papers and specific industry solutions ranging from:  

1. An integrated common project and data platform  

2. Specific workflows and standards  

3. Optimized templates and new building types

…and much, much more!