J.R. Mancini – Sheet Metal Shop Superintendent, MMC Contractors - LV
A longtime employee, J.R. Mancini has managed the sheet metal shop for the last seven years. He is truly a man of integrity — he is honest, he keeps his commitments, and above all, he holds himself accountable for every decision he makes. He is able to build strong, lasting relationships with his coworkers, clients, and partners because he treats others the way he wants to be treated. J.R. upholds each of the values that our company is built upon — integrity, teamwork, quality craftsmanship, and entrepreneurial spirit.
Mary McCann – Talent Acquisition Manager, MMC Corp
When it comes to teamwork, Mary McCann is the ultimate team player. She manages the hiring and recruiting initiatives of eleven different offices — each with their own list of wants and needs in candidates. Not only does she have an impressive ability in balancing the brands, as well as the various office locations, but she also serves as one of the first impressions that many people have of the company. It’s no surprise that Mary’s upbeat attitude and attention to detail are why we’re able to attract such bright talent to our company.
QUALITY CRAFTSMANSHIP AWARD
Todd Christensen – Superintendent, MW Builders
Part of our company vision is to provide an unparalleled customer experience. While that includes building something to the highest standard, it also means building relationships with both clients and partners to ensure a smooth construction process. As a superintendent, Todd Christensen, does this and more, day-in and day-out. He holds himself, and fellow employee owners, to the highest standards, and clients have reaped the benefits of this. Not only does his dedication ensure the success of current projects, but in nurturing client relationships, he ensures the future success of our company.
ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT AWARD
Tyler Garcia – Sheet Metal Forman, Countywide Mechanical Systems
Sometimes a complicated project can wear a person down. And sometimes it can be an opportunity for them to thrive. Shortly after being promoted to sheet metal foreman, Tyler Garcia took on a project that required a tremendous amount of work from both a planning and executional standpoint. Working on this project, Tyler has managed to learn, adapt, and stay ahead. He created a trusting relationship with the general contractor and owner, which led to additional work beyond the original scope. He is a positive representation of our company to everyone he works with.