Cody Hairr: March 2021 Wild Factor Award Winner

Cody Hairr: March 2021 Wild Factor Award Winner

To have a Will to Win is to be a self starter with unwavering drive who competes to achieve success. It’s about that “it” factor; it’s being self motivated in a way that pushes your whole team to achieve success.

Cody Hairr won our March 2021 Wild Factor award for having a Will to Win and unwavering drive. He does not have to be asked twice to start or complete a project and gets the job done well. Without Cody’s drive, our farm operations would lack the success it holds today. 

Cody is a humble team player and never boasts or complains about a task. He is a focused hard worker that strives to accomplish the task at hand. 

A Will to Win is seen when Cody rolls onto a new project, never stopping. A determined mindset drives Cody to get things done efficiently. His hard word never goes unnoticed, achieving so much success in a very short amount of time. With this being said, Cody is the first person to ever be promoted to coordinator in their first 90 days! 

Every accomplishment has helped earn him his stripes literally and figuratively. A huge congratulations to Cody Hairr on winning the March 2021 Wild Factor award and his promotion! 

Adam Sale: January 2021 Wild Factor Award Winner

Adam Sale: January 2021 Wild Factor Award Winner

To have Intentional Adaptability means consciously embracing change, through mutual flexibility, strategic innovation, and purpose-driven versatility to advance our people, products and services.
 
Adam Sale, One 27 Homes Service Builder, won our January 2021 Wild Factor award for having Intentional Adaptability. He embraces change and flexibility everyday out in the field to help embrace and advance the people and products of the River Wild company. 
 
Whether it is traveling 2 hours for work or a special project, Adam makes himself available, embracing flexibility in the workplace. Along with being available, he does not hesitate to help others in a moment’s notice.  
 
He is a wonderful co-worker that is dedicated to his craft. Congratulations to Adam Sale, our January 2021 Wild Factor award recipient! 

Susan Bercaw: January 2021 Wild Thing Award Winner

Susan Bercaw: January 2021 Wild Thing Award Winner

Intentional Adaptability is to embrace change, through mutual flexibility, strategic innovation, and purpose-driven versatility, to advance our people, products, and services. 

Susan Bercaw won our January 2021 Wild Thing nomination for having intentional adaptability. She is a technology wiz that overcomes many unpredictable challenges. Through strategic innovations and solutions, she tackles these problems with an unwavering drive. 

During January and February, Susan worked to move the River Wild company forward on Google Migration and setting up satellite offices, recent employees, devices for new software, and daily tasks. Through her work she values people’s needs and is willing to collaborate with others. 

Susan seeks the best solution to each problem while still learning different aspects of technology herself. This drive does not stop her humble ways and giving heart. Her fellow co-workers greatly appreciate her hard work and all that she has done for the company. 

Congratulations to Susan Bercaw on winning the January Wild Thing award!

Jessica Lloyd: February 2021 Wild Thing Award Winner

Jessica Lloyd: February 2021 Wild Thing Award Winner

To have Disciplined Execution means achieving operational excellence through safety, accountability, and an efficient, fast-paced environment. To live compassionately means having a humble and responsible approach to how we serve each other and our community. 

Jessica Lloyd won our February 2021 Wild Thing nomination for having Disciplined Execution and Living Compassionately. She has gone above and beyond in various ways for getting the job done in a fast paced and efficient manner. With a giving heart, Jessica is always serving needs in our community and assisting her fellow co-workers. 

Jessica is always tackling new projects with a will to win mindset. Full of knowledge outside of her role, she is very versatile and proactive, benefiting multiple brands. 

This hard working mom of three makes time to excel in her role while being a great friend and co-worker. Jessica’s open heart and hard work ethic is greatly appreciated by others and the community. 

She truly is a humble and kind person willing to connect and serve others. Congratulations to Jessica Lloyd, our Wild Thing award winner! 

RiverWild Receives Approval for Riverwood Golf Club Section Two Development

RiverWild Receives Approval for Riverwood Golf Club Section Two Development

RiverWild is pleased to announce that on Monday, April 5, the Clayton Town Council reviewed and unanimously approved the Riverwood Golf Section Two development. The walkable community will consist of 726 residential units (432 single family lots, 74 townhome lots, and 220 apartments) and will include an amenity center and golf course maintenance facility.

This development will provide a variety of housing options that meet the needs of executive and local workforce in accordance with the Town’s Comprehensive Plan. The 300 acre site includes 81+ acres of open space, providing abundant recreational and lifestyle amenities throughout. 

“Having grown up in this community and now raising a family here, it is a true honor to create opportunities for people to call Clayton home. As Johnston County continues to grow, it’s critical that the workforce is supported by housing and lifestyle amenities that help them plant roots and continue to contribute to our thriving community” said Reid Smith, Founder and CEO of RiverWild

“This project will bring dynamic solutions to needs that our community has expressed. We worked hard to develop a plan that would provide a walkable community with a variety of housing options, lot sizes, and desirable amenities” said Dave DeYoung, Director of Development. “This community will offer opportunities for large and small families with various income levels and at different stages in life to call Clayton home.”

“As Johnston County continues to grow, so does the need for workforce housing. With companies like Grifols, Novo Nordisk, Caterpillar and others across the County announcing expansions and new investment, it is critical that all of our towns are able to secure diverse housing options that range from executive style homes to workforce housing” added Chris Johnson, Director of Johnston County Economic Development. “This is something that Johnston County lacked until recently. Residential development is one of Johnston County’s six cylinders of economic development. Communities with diverse amenities and recreational lifestyles that families are seeking across the Triangle region, will position those to meet the growth Johnston County is seeing and will continue to witness.” 

“We can’t wait to get started on this project. We’ve been working hard on this development for quite some time, collaborating with the local community and great partners to deliver a product that we believe will make a difference.” – Reid Smith, Founder and CEO of RiverWild

Riverwood Golf Section Two is set to begin construction in late 2021 or early 2022.