Friday // July 8, 2016

Dean speaks with Chattanooga Civitan Club

Downtown Chattanooga, Tenn. | iStock.com | John Neff
Downtown Chattanooga, Tenn. | iStock.com | John Neff

 

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Clint Dean

On Friday, July 8th, Executive Vice President Clint Dean spoke with the Chattanooga Civitan Club about EMJ’s involvement both commercially and civically in the Chattanooga area and the company’s ultimate mission: to serve.

The Civitan Club is a service organization dedicated to helping the Chattanooga community. EMJ’s team shares this commitment, having provided 850 hours of community service in 2015.

Clint noted that EMJ employees “are continuing to stay focused on our community and being involved” even as the company expands its national presence and is “projected to cross the $1 billion dollar threshold.”

He also discussed the company’s goals and outlook for the coming years.

“Our vision is to change the industry,” he said.

“We feel like the construction industry is broken and that there’s a better way to do things. … We just think through collaboration and early involvement there’s a better way to go about construction.”

Read more about Clint’s presentation from Chattanoogan.com.

 

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