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.
Paul Smart won our March 2021 Wild Thing award for having a Will to Win. He is a self-starter, always finding the next thing to do without being told. This drive and dedication is brought to the table every day.
Paul adapted quickly to his new role as he continues to learn new skills. Patience while teaching new hires comes easy to Paul as he is a hard-working teammate. He executes each task efficiently and is not afraid to jump in and help out his teammates when needed.
This excellent communicator accomplished many estimates with very few mistakes. He strives to be the best at his job and as a team player.
He is an essential member to the Providence Construction team. Congratulations to Paul Smart, our March 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!
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!
Once per year, we select someone from our Coordination Team as the annual Wild Factor award winner. This is considered a great honor in our company, as it signifies that the individual has exemplified all of our core values and is considered to be the WILDest of us all.
Congratulations to Courtney Ellis, the 2020 annual Wild Thing award winner! She has shown a Will to Win, Intentional Adaptability, Lives Compassionately, and Disciplined Execution on a high level and is an example of what all of our team members strive for when it comes to performance and values.
2020 was a challenging year to say the least. Collectively, our team had to intentionally adapt to overcome these challenges as they relate to not only our work inside these four walls, but also at home. The definition of a Wild Thing Winner not Nominee is someone who excels at all of our core values consistently.
Will to Win – Courtney is a self starter, never having to be told what to do or what task to tackle next. Over her 5 years at our company, she has shown unwavering drive in how she does her job, day in and day out. In a year of quarantine, Courtney had to figure out how to be a controller, mom, wife, and school teacher, and rose to the occasion. With all the curve ball thrown at us, Courtney continued achieving success, making sure we never skipped a beat.
Intentional Adaptability – She remained intentionally adaptable, working until the job was done, even when that meant working late nights and weekends. But she didn’t lose focus on her family amidst all of that; she continued taking her girls to ice skating in the mornings, church on Wednesday nights, and set them up to succeed in learning online. Courtney has shown strategic innovation through developing Global Financial Systems for our companies and continuing to make our reporting better.
Living Compassionately – This core value is probably one of the things Courtney is best known for around here. When something is asked of her, she humbly responds with a stance of availability and a smile on her face. She is responsible in helping us be good financial stewards, and serves her teammates by being reliable and dependable. We even had to make a policy to keep people out of her office because she so wanted to help everyone all of the time! Born and raised Clayton, she is constantly trying to connect dots with resources and people in our local community.
Disciplined Execution – Courtney excels operationally in every area, handling big tasks in the treasury function of this company. She has also excelled in making her personal health and wellness a priority in 2020 with discipline and consistency. When it comes to accountability, Courtney is not only great at what she does she is alway striving to do better. She is efficient and able to be fast paced because of process and drive.
She is the true definition of a teammate. She is the kind of person you want on your team that you can trust and know that when you ask for something it’s going to get taken care of. When you are in the fight or battle – she is the one right beside you. She is also a great friend to a lot of people in our company, and would do anything for any one of us. She is very deserving to be the Wildest of us all for 2020!!
To have Intentional Adaptability means consciously embracing change, through mutual flexibility, strategic innovation, and purpose-driven versatility to advance our people, products and services.
Mark Turner won our December 2020 Wild Thing nomination for having Intentional Adaptability. He is a living, breathing example of what it looks like to intentionally adapt for the betterment of our team. He get plugged into a lot of different roles and acts as a swiss army knife for various company needs.
Mark works hard everyday and is always willing to go the extra mile to get the job done. Phrases you will often hear them say are, “it’s no big deal” or “we’re going to do what we need to do” – never seeking credit for the amount of work completed or time spent serving others.
He has been essential in facilitating operational excellence for all of our companies. He also ensures that, no matter where his team is located, equipment quickly and efficiently gets moved to where they need it so our crew can keep moving projects forward.
When Mark says he is going to do something, the job gets done. He consistently communicates with his team on hold ups during projects but also adapts and develops a new plan to keep things moving along as quickly as possible!
Congratulations, Mark Turner, on winning our December Wild Thing Award – a recognition well-deserved!
To have Disciplined Execution means achieving operational excellence through safety, accountability, and an efficient, fast-paced environment.
Matt Bunn won our October 2020 Wild Thing nomination for having Disciplined Execution. He has set the bar in many ways for getting the job done well, consistently, and fast-paced.
Matt helped pave out three times the number of projects we have ever done as a company this year. Most of which happened in the last quarter of the year. He and his team stepped up in a big way, helping us achieve success in unprecedented ways. He also helped navigate tough schedules and the end of year push between third party clients and internal projects. He overcame those challenges with a can do attitude and smile on his face.
One of Matt’s greatest accomplishments was leading the Safest Crew of the year, with zero incidents! #SafelyCompete He has come a long way in his new profession, with very few failed proof rolls in the month of November.
He truly cares for his crew and the PC family. Congratulations to Matt Bunn, our November WildThing award winner!