Living compassionately means having a humble and responsible approach to serving each other and serving our community.
When we think of a team player we think of Nick Larson! He is always available and flexible, jumping in to help wherever needed both in the field and in the office.
Nick also loves to serve our community by building relationships with key community members. While it is not always an easy task, Nick welcomes everyone with open arms. Not only does he serve others but also our company as a whole.
We give big thanks to Nick Larson! He is a tremendous asset to our team! Congratulations!
This self-starter is the man who everyone wants on their team! No matter the task, he will knock it out of the park. Our teams can rely on this person to maintain a high level of operational excellence, while still remaining efficient and fact-paced.
With our new venture, Wilders, Caleb has stepped up to the plate and has shown great versatility and flexibility. There are so many new strategies he pitched to improve Wilders’ inventory systems.
He never lacks the desire and discipline to help out all of our teams achieve success. He is always there to help!
Thank you for everything that you have done, Caleb Berumez! Congratulations!
Kurt has held a multitude of positions since he began his career with Providence Construction. Everyday he embraces change in the workplace and uses it to his advantage.
His unwavering drive never fails even when he doesn’t succeed the first time. New opportunities came to the table when he passed his CDL test in January. Since then, he has been a crucial member of the fleet team.
From interns to full time employees, Tucker and Carter Hobbs work hard each day out in the field. With a will-to-win and self-starter mindset, they stepped up to the plate and applied to work in the construction industry.
Tucker Hobbs is a Field Engineer and Carter Hobbs is a Support Engineer, both for Providence Construction.
“When I first started with Providence, they didn’t see me as a 19-year-old with little experience. Instead, I was given endless opportunities that challenged me and helped me to grow and learn” expressed Carter. Little self-doubt remained as his confidence grew stronger.
With faith and determination, Carter and Tucker continued to enjoy the hard work that they faced each day. Because of the close relationships and hands-on experience, the brothers decided to stay on full-time with PC.
While they are not always on the same job site, their relationship does not weaken. The bond between the brothers is constantly growing stronger and closer. They said it gives them “common ground” to connect with one another.
Throughout their time here at PC, they give thanks to Nick Kerley and Mark Turner for impacting their construction career. Without their help, the brothers would not be as knowledgeable and determined.