Intentional Adaptability consciously embraces change, through mutual flexibility, strategic innovation, and purpose-driven versatility to advance our people, products, and services.
Juan Gonzalez won our January 2020 Wild Factor Award for having Intentional Adaptability. He is a great example of what it looks like to embrace change and have purpose-driven versatility in ways that help everyone around him be and do better.
Juan gets pulled in many directions with his job and has always jumped right on whatever tasks are needed for that day. In April, he helped lead the charge on our Village at Parkview project, laying over 10,000 Linear Feet of sewer line and installing 103 sewer services. Most of this project was over 18 feet deep in the ground. He led by example keeping his crew safe and training the new guys assigned to his crew.
This person is a true team player with a tremendous attitude at work each day. We are proud to work with you, Juan! Congratulations.
Disciplined Execution: operational excellence through safety, accountability, and an efficient, fast-paced environment.
Jorge Romero won our March 2020 Wild Factor Award for having Disciplined Execution. Jorge excels at this core value, especially in prioritizing safety and being efficient and fast paced, and doing so in a way that has strengthened our company as a whole.
Jorge cleared over 50 lots in the month of March. Clearing is a dangerous job and he always performs in a safe manner, taking time before the job starts to walk his surroundings and plan out his day.
He has passed his knowledge on to many members of our team. He brings a positive attitude to work each day and can clear land at a breakneck pace. Jorge has not had a single safety incident since starting with our clearing team, exemplifying what it means to #SafelyCompete.
Let’s hear it for “el machine”, Jorge!
Intentional Adaptability: consciously embrace change, through mutual flexibility, strategic innovation, and purpose-driven versatility to advance our people, products, and services.
Jamal Barbour won our January 2020 Wild Factor Award for having Intentional Adaptability. The way he has shown up with flexibility and purpose-driven versatility have helped us deliver better and faster results for our clients and team members.
Jamal was thrust into a lead man role when his supervisor left unexpectedly. He took on the new challenge head on and with that big smile, and achieved success in a tremendous capacity. He has been pulled in many directions, from water service repairs for One27, to punch list items for completed jobs, cleaning job sites from pipe debris, to starting to lay water line by himself and shows up each day ready to tackle whatever lies ahead.
Jamal always takes on challenges with a positive attitude and tremendous care for his crew. His ability to be flexible with his scope of work and adapt frequently, is unrivaled.
Will to Win: a self-starter with an unwavering drive to compete and achieve success.
Victor Ventura won our January 2020 Wild Factor Award for having a Will to Win. Victor especially excels at being a Self Starter in ways that have made our company better!
He came to PC from a background in home building with barely any knowledge of laying sewer, storm or water utilities. He was given the chance to lead a crew in January and excelled at the opportunity.
Victor’s attention to detail is undeniable. He takes more pictures than anyone in the company for documentation purposes. He leads his crew by example, being the first in the ditch and not willing to sit still for any reason.
One of his largest projects to date was the Academy Point project, where he crushed it laying big storm drain pipe and lots of linear feet of sewer.
Victor shows respect for his crew day in and day out, and their teamwork is tremendous. Congratulations, Victor!