Pam Best – MMC Contractors - KC
Pam Best has always remained true to both our company, as well as our clients, by proving that she will always choose the right path, not necessarily the easy path. Having joined her current project team as a preconstruction manager, she was quick to step up when the team needed a project manager to lead the way. She has risen to the occasion, not because it was easy or part of her plan, but because it was the right thing to do. Her unwavering dedication to doing what’s right for the project and her team is demonstrated daily through her work, the choices she makes, and her interactions with others.
ERP Training Team: Carla Thayer (CWMS), Breanna Signore (CWMS), and Tracy Hackett (MMC Corp)
As the champions for one of the company’s biggest initiatives, this group took on additional responsibilities, on top of their day jobs, and traveled the country to help train all employees in the organization on the new ERP system. As team players, they worked closely with others to explain the system, troubleshoot questions, and offer support. And they did it all with a smile, even during challenges.
QUALITY CRAFTSMANSHIP AWARD
Ft. Hood Mission Training Center Team – MW Builders: Braxton Byers, Ignacio Ballesteros, Ryan Myers (not pictured: Todd Christensen, Connor Hoelscher, Cory Weathers)
When others might be intimidated by a challenge, the team at the Fort Hood Mission Training Center project chose to take it head on. With a lot riding on the opportunity, the team focused on quality when it came to self-performing the building’s concrete package. The team turned the project into a success by delivering the package on-time, under-budget, and to the highest quality standards.
ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT AWARD
Cody Young – Building Control Services
On many Education projects, teams often work through tight schedules to complete work during school breaks. Cody Young took on this challenge on a recent project and developed a plan to get ahead of that work with extensive prefabrication. This helped ensure that when the project was kicked off, it could be executed quickly, but still maintain a continued focus on quality. In true entrepreneurial spirit, his forward-thinking, attention to detail, approach, and coordination resulted in a significant cost savings and helped set a precedence for