by admin | Mar 1, 2022 | Awards, Our People, Providence Construction, Uncategorized, Wild Factor
Rafael brings a Will to Win to work every day. No matter how big or small the task is, he can do it! Here every day, he is a self-starter, ready to work.
From helping out his crew to operating a piece of equipment, Rafael carries a positive attitude all day. His positivity rubs off on his teammates, making it a successful win for the team.
He is the foundation to his crew, and his unwavering drive to compete and succeed does not go unnoticed.
Congratulations to our March Winner, Rafael Hernandez!
by admin | Feb 1, 2022 | Awards, Our People, Providence Construction, Uncategorized, Wild Factor
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!
by admin | Jan 1, 2022 | Awards, Our People, Providence Construction, Uncategorized, Wild Factor
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.
Congratulations, Kurt Cusac on your WILD win!
by admin | Jun 16, 2021 | Our People, Providence Construction, Uncategorized, Wild Factor
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!
by admin | Dec 31, 2020 | Our People, Uncategorized, Wild Factor
Live Compassionately: a humble and responsible approach to how we serve each other and our community. It is both internal and external. It’s how we treat each other, being fair and humble.
Tony Maxwell won our December 2020 Wild Factor Award for Living Compassionately.
He has excelled at serving his teammates with a heart of compassion. How we do what we do – how we treat people while we’re going about our work – is at the core of what makes this company different.
In construction sometimes the experienced operator or pipe layer can get overlooked. At PC we embrace this veteran and really rely on their knowledge and experience to help train our other teammates. Tony has trained countless other pipe layers and helped tackle one of the toughest water tie’s on our Tractor Supply Site. Working alongside hwy 42, a busy highway, and against a tough terrain.
Tony has always stepped up to the challenge of mentoring and training new teammates and has helped many of our coordinators get to where they are today. He lives compassionately for his teammates.
We are so grateful to have you on the team, Tony! Congratulations.