Shaw Create Center Wins Fast Company’s Innovation By Design Award

 

The Shaw Create Center has been selected as the most innovative workplace design in Fast Company’s Annual Innovation By Design competition, which honors the best design in business, from products to buildings to UX.

The vision of Shaw Industries Group, Inc., is to create a better future, for its customers, company, people and communities. In 2017, Shaw opened the doors to its Create Centre in Cartersville, Ga. The 67,000-square-foot facility represents the company’s commitment to think differently and invest in growth and cutting-edge developments.

As Shaw Chairman and CEO Vance Bell noted in announcing the Centre’s opening,“Innovation doesn’t just happen. It’s a process of consistently and intentionally reaching beyond what we’ve done before. The Create Centre is an exciting and stimulating new work environment that was designed to foster collaboration, cross-pollination of ideas across teams and departments, and greater engagement with our customers as we focus even more keenly on customer experience.”

Designed by architecture firm, Gensler, and built by EMJ Construction, the unique design offers ample natural light, a variety of public and private areas to support different thinking styles, and elements to benefit employees’ wellbeing. The contemporary, clean environment promotes creativity and collaboration and serves as home to Shaw’s commercial marketing, design and innovation teams.

The Centre also encompasses an eco-friendly design to meet the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED certification standards. LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, certification is granted to new construction deemed environmentally healthy and sustainable.

“The Create Centre will provide the ideal setting for our talented team members to create, dream, collaborate and solve challenges,” noted Brenda Knowles, Vice President of Marketing, Shaw Commercial Division, in announcing the Centre’s opening. “It’s a space where our customer obsession can come to life. Similar to the approach we take in developing our flooring products, this space is where form and function, beauty and performance come together.”

By promoting innovation and creativity for employees, recruiting new generations of talent, and raising the bar in the industry, the Create Centre is setting the stage for the future of Shaw Industries Group.

This year Forbes received more than 4,300 entries and the winners and honorees represent the best work from the best of the best. Read more about Fast Company’s most innovative workplace design of 2019 award.

 

EMJ Construction’s Katie Haberberger Named ACE Mentor of the Year

Katie Haberberger ACE Mentor of the Year
Katie receives ACE Mentor of the Year at the 2019 BRIC Awards Banquet

Katie Haberberger, Assistant Preconstruction Manager, was selected as this year’s ACE Mentor of the Year. The ACE Mentor Program is a nationwide program designed to introduce high school students to the wide range of career opportunities in architecture, construction, engineering, and related areas of the building design and construction industry. Katie joined EMJ back in 2016 and has been a part of the ACE Mentor Program ever since.

As a high school student in St. Louis, Missouri, Katie had the opportunity to participate in a similar program called “Project Lead the Way”. Katie’s participation in this program helped affirm her desire to pursue a degree and career in the construction industry, and she now gets to pay it forward by helping high school students today discover and develop new skills, solidify future goals and get on track to exciting, rewarding careers.

The team that Katie led this past year met weekly in the evenings at the EMJ Chattanooga office, and during each session students had the opportunity to work directly with industry professionals as they sought to plan/design a renovation for a building in downtown Chattanooga. Katie brought in the architect she was working with on one of her job sites at the time so that the students could further apply real-life experience to their hypothetical project. After six months of learning, planning, and experimenting, the students presented their project at an end of the year banquet.

“It’s tough at first to get the students to progress week to week so that they can be prepared for the final presentations, but I love getting to see how proud they are of themselves once they reach the end,” says Katie.

After hearing Katie talk about her experiences thus far as an ACE Mentor, it was no surprise that she was named ACE Mentor of the Year. This title is only given to one mentor in the entire Southeast Tennessee and North Georgia area each year and EMJ is proud that Katie is this year’s recipient. She is actively living out EMJ’s mission, to be people serving people, by volunteering her time and industry experience to the next generation of industry professionals.

If you are interested in learning more about how to become an ACE Mentor, you can learn more about it here or by e-mailing Katie at katie.haberberger@emjcorp.com

EMJ Projects Nominated for Awards

Two EMJ Construction Chattanooga projects have been nominated for the Building Recognition in Chattanooga (BRIC) awards.

Nominated in the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) category, is The McCallie School.

Located in Chattanooga, on the side of historic Missionary Ridge the school has undergone significant growth and has recently focused its campus improvements on an area central to the academic and boarding facilities.

The project consists of the redevelopment of campus space between two existing school dormitories, with the academic campus and chapel to the north, and the school’s dining hall to the south. This corridor is a main campus pedestrian thoroughfare and needed to create a stronger connection between buildings, while creating a stronger sense of place for the campus that could be used during and after school hours.

Read the full award submission.

The McCallie School, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

 

Nominated in the Sustainable Project of the Year category is Ruby Falls.

Ruby Falls boasts the nation’s largest and deepest underground waterfall open to the public, sitting 1,120 feet below the surface of Lookout Mountain. The reimagined venues at Ruby Falls represent a new chapter for the destination. With over 500,000 guests annually visiting the tallest underground waterfall open to the public in the U.S., the iconic Ruby Falls Cavern Castle was straining to function as a welcome center and tour launch point, in addition to accommodating dining, retail, and administrative offices.

The environmentally sustainable transformation, completed in 2018, involved repurposing the historic 1929 Cavern Castle and the creation of new venues. This project invigorated the Lookout Mountain natural attraction, located in Chattanooga, Tenn., and created recreational, ecological and economic benefits for guests, the community, region, and the state of Tennessee.

Read the full award submission.

Ruby Falls, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

 

“We take pride in each and every project we complete across the nation,” said Chas Torrence, EVP, EMJ Construction Chattanooga. “But it is especially rewarding to be nominated for these awards in our home town. It is a testament to Chattanooga, our amazing clients and employees.”

You can vote for the McCallie School and Ruby Falls at the BRIC Awards Voting page. 

Employees honored for Outstanding Performance

The Edgar M. Jolley Awards for Excellence recognize exceptional work within the EMJ family of companies. The “Jolleys,” named in memory of EMJ’s founder, are presented in three categories: Outstanding Performance, Outstanding Servant Leadership and Outstanding Project. This is the first in a seven-part blog series about the 2018 Jolley recipients. 

 

The peer-nominated Jolley for Outstanding Performance is awarded to employees who go above and beyond in their roles by expanding their range of responsibility, developing junior team members, demonstrating initiative and creativity in tackling challenges and building relationships with clients.

Congratulations to the following high-caliber employees who were honored with the Jolley for Outstanding Performance:

Kile was presented the award at the annual meeting by Jack Bowen, Executive Vice President of EMJ Construction Chattanooga.

As a Warranty Manager at EMJ Construction Chattanooga, Billy Kile’s work ethic, adaptability and dedication to mentoring put him in this year’s outstanding performance category.

Described as a “team player” and a “very valuable asset” by his nominator, Billy goes above and beyond to get any task done, regardless of whether it falls under his job responsibilities.

He serves those around him, building trusting relationships with architects and subcontractors, while guiding them to bring value to our clients. He guides subcontractors to ensure our finished products are strong representations of the corporation. He is diligent and efficient, following up with a variety of team members to ensure that everyone is accountable and any outstanding issues are resolved.

His nominator writes, “If anyone I have worked with this year deserves this award, it would definitely be Billy Kile. I was very fortunate to get to work with him and learned a lot.”

 

Totzke (right), shown with Jack Bowen, Executive Vice President of EMJ Construction Chattanooga.

Steve Totzke, Project Manager in EMJ Construction’s Chattanooga office, serves clients and those around him by continually going above and beyond on any task. He simultaneously worked on three Lidl stores last year, and is completely dedicated to his work—even taking work-related calls as late as midnight to instill trust with the client.

He puts forth continuous effort to represent EMJ positively through his work ethic and service-minded attitude. Steve’s nominator wrote, “The relationship that Steve has built with Lidl is a strong one, and I’ve seen firsthand how much they respect, trust, and like Steve. He is able to communicate with people in a way that specific to the individual, and is always very in-tune with the client’s wants and needs.”

Steve’s nominator also wrote about his dedication to growing his employees, saying he has “put forth more time and effort into my career development than anyone I’ve ever met. He consistently looks for learning opportunities for me and challenges me on a regular basis.”

Lastly, Steve dives head-first into challenges, learning new techniques and training others in valuable skills. He is “always there for his team, and will not shy away from any issue— regardless of how messy.”

 

Pfeiffer, shown with Jack Bowen, Executive Vice President of EMJ Construction Chattanooga.

Anita Pfeiffer, Project Manager, EMJ Construction Chattanooga, regularly goes beyond her role to ensure that her team is successful on every project. She moved from Tulsa to Chattanooga midway through 2017, and jumped into what her nominator called a “very complicated project,” but “she did not let these challenges get her down or impact her attitude.”

Anita took a strained relationship and turned it around by dedicating herself to the client and guiding her team to create an experience rich with unique value.

Her forward-thinking leadership helps her team plan ahead and she leverages various team members’ skills to ensure success. She inspires her team with her consistently positive attitude and encourages them to do their best work by example.

 

Praniuk (right), was presented the award at the annual meeting by Chas Torrence, Executive Vice President of EMJ Construction Special Projects.

Nestor Praniuk, Superintendent for EMJ Special Projects, managed the construction team on the Public Defenders of Tennessee offices last year. He received a request from the client to cut the construction schedule by 25%, took ownership of the task, and put the effort in with his team to get the job completely early.

Through this, he has served EMJ by “developing a relationship with the owner of his project like no one else has been able to in the past. The owner has given EMJ repeat business and will not accept any other superintendent to lead his jobs except for Nestor.”

Nestor always has a positive attitude and leads his team by example. His nominator writes, “Even on a hard project for the sub-contractors, the attitude and energy of the job site is always high and positive. Nestor rewards good work and makes the job site a place where people enjoy working.”

Lastly, Nestor has exceeded expectations of the client and his team and has become a better superintendent doing so. His recent performance has increased his value and the value of those he has led throughout the job.

Congratulations to all recipients of the Jolley for Outstanding Performance!

 

Bass Pro Shops team receives Jolley for Outstanding Project

In 2016, EMJ launched the Edgar M. Jolley Awards for Excellence to recognize exceptional work within the family of companies. The “Jolleys,” named in memory of EMJ’s founder, are presented in three categories: Outstanding Performance, Outstanding Servant Leadership and Outstanding Project. In this four-part blog series, EMJ highlights our Jolley recipients, and why they were selected for these awards.

 

photo courtesy of Bass Pro Shops


Bass Pro Shops is an 80,000-square-foot retail development that sits on more than 100 acres of conservation land and is the anchor tenant of Celebration Pointe, a large mixed-use residential, office, entertainment and retail development in Gainesville, Fla.

The tilt-wall structure includes unique finishes such as polished concrete floors, hand-painted murals reflecting Florida wildlife and a 12,000-gallon indoor aquarium. EMJ’s Chattanooga team completed the Bass Pro facility in just ten months—despite impact to the schedule due to Hurricane Matthew.

photo courtesy of Celebration Pointe

EMJ worked with the project team to deliver value through collaboration and creative thinking in several ways. During preconstruction, our team analyzed the plans and noticed aggregate was included in the initial site work. Our team knew that aggregate is unnecessary in Florida due to the sandy soil type, so we worked to see that it was removed from the project scope.

In addition, our team discovered that a concrete slab for the store’s loading dock was not included in the scope. Using the cost-savings from the aggregate, the EMJ team provided Bass Pro with the loading dock slab at no extra cost. In total, at completion the EMJ project team returned over $430,000 in savings to the owner.

The project team received the Sunshine State Safety Recognition Award from the University of South Florida’s Safety Consultation Program in recognition of its dedication to safe practices on the project and was applauded by stakeholders for maintaining project schedule despite the area’s impact from Hurricane Matthew. 

“The Bass Pro team built strong relationships with all project participants based on trust and transparency,” said Clint Dean, Executive Vice President of EMJ’s Chattanooga office. “Their commitment to serving our customer, as well as quality and schedule, delivered an excellent construction experience that has opened the door for further opportunities with Bass Pro.”  

photo courtesy of Celebration Pointe


The team’s work on this project earned the respect and trust of Bass Pro Shops, and made possible the award of a second store in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Congratulations to all Bass Pro Shops team members:

Ken Boyd, Lead Superintendent
Neil Forell, Level II Superintendent
John Scanlon, Superintendent
Caleb Hammontree, Project Manager
Brad Primus, Preconstruction Manager
Jonathon Woolsey, Project Engineer
Mindie Ogle, Accountant
Michelle Parker, Shop Drawing Expeditor
Cissy Scott, Contract Expeditor
Emma Dixon, Co-Op

 

Read about the other Jolley for Outstanding Project recipients:

Shaw T1 team receives Jolley for Outstanding Project

Farmer Brothers team receives Jolley for Outstanding Project

River Spirit Casino Resort team receives Jolley for Outstanding Project

 

Shaw T1 team receives Jolley for Outstanding Project

In 2016, EMJ launched the Edgar M. Jolley Awards for Excellence to recognize exceptional work within the family of companies. The “Jolleys,” named in memory of EMJ’s founder, are presented in three categories: Outstanding Performance, Outstanding Servant Leadership and Outstanding Project. In this four-part blog series, EMJ highlights our Jolley recipients, and why they were selected for these awards.

 

Shaw Industries Group’s T1 Plant is a 686,668-square-foot facility with 566,662 square-feet of carpet tile manufacturing space, a 107,506-square-foot warehouse and a 12,500-square-foot administrative building. Additionally, the scope included 27 loading docks, eight 88-foot tall storage silos, and a rail spur for material distribution. The project is slated to be LEED-Silver certified.

At the time of engagement, the T1 project was well underway with mass site grading nearly complete. Having worked with EMJ on a previous project, Shaw partnered with our team to carry the facility to completion.

Despite facing challenges due to late entry into the project, the team hit the ground running and worked with Shaw to execute the project brilliantly. They built relationships with the designers, engineers and subcontractors who were already involved in the project and collaborated with all parties to ensure a unified focus on the client’s vision for the plant.

“All project participants came together as a team to ensure that Shaw’s vision for the project was delivered,” said Clint Dean, Executive Vice President of EMJ’s Chattanooga office. “The client’s experience with us further solidified a trusting relationship that has since led to two additional projects.”

Chattanooga’s team is currently building Shaw’s Create Centre, a 67,000 square-foot, three-story “think tank” for the company’s creative, marketing and innovation teams, and was recently awarded an additional large-scale project in Andalusia, Ala.

Shaw T1 team members include:

Paul Wells, Superintendent
John Scanlon, Superintendent
Richard Stone, Assistant Superintendent
Chris Fisher, Senior Project Manager
Gary Gibson, Director of Construction
Chris Grannan, Vice President of Preconstruction
Mindie Ogle, Accountant
Matt Holder, Project Engineer
Michelle Parker, Shop Drawing Expeditor
Cissy Scott, Contract Expeditor
Zack Panczer, Co-Op
Jake Smithers, Co-Op

Congratulations to this outstanding team who went above and beyond to bring the client an exceptional construction experience and unique value. See more photos of Shaw T1 on our projects page.

 

Farmer Brothers team receives Jolley for Outstanding Project

In 2016, EMJ launched the Edgar M. Jolley Awards for Excellence to recognize exceptional work within the family of companies. The “Jolleys,” named in memory of EMJ’s founder, are presented in three categories: Outstanding Performance, Outstanding Servant Leadership and Outstanding Project. In this three-part blog series, EMJ highlights our Jolley recipients, and why they were selected for these awards.

 

EMJ was awarded Farmer Brothers Co.‘s corporate headquarters when the coffee foodservice company relocated from Torrance, Calif. after 65 years.

Spanning 28 acres, the building, which is anticipated to be LEED-certified, includes a 258,338-square-foot distribution center, a 194,438-square-foot, state-of-the art coffee production facility, and 84,823 square-feet of office space for its nearly 400 corporate employees.


With minimal knowledge of construction or the DFW area, Farmer Brothers relied on a developer, Stream Realty, to help find an ideal location for their new property. Stream brought EMJ to the table as their general contractor for the project, and our team helped Farmer Brothers find a property and hire an experienced design team.

Before breaking ground, our team met with the project team weekly for six months to discuss goals for the project and guide the client through the preconstruction process. The client’s priority was maintaining an aggressive schedule, as four other facilities nationwide were consolidating into the new headquarters, and the new distribution center needed to begin operating while construction was still underway.

 


Our team used BIM technology to ensure that the distribution center could function while construction was ongoing and worked with consultants to highlight value-saving opportunities and ensure that the property would be efficient for many years to come.

Our early involvement with the entire project team allowed EMJ to be fully in-sync with the client to proactively deliver value, resulting in an exceptional and unique client experience, as well as more than $2 million in savings for the client.

“This project was an exceptional example of C2C’s approach because our team was involved early enough that we could help guide the client to understand its goals for the project,” said Ray Catlin, Executive Vice President.

“This was Farmer Brothers’ first construction project, and I believe this team provided an outstanding experience for them while delivering a project that will continue to bring them value and achieve their goals for many years.”

 


Last year, the project was recognized as Best Outside Relocation Real Estate Deal by the Dallas Business Journal and Best New Industrial Project by D CEO Magazine.

Farmer Brothers Headquarters team members include:
Glenard Ratcliff
Andy Munsch
Mike McVey
Andres Soriano
Rickey Palmer
John Scanlon
Jerry Soriano
Andy Soriano
James Norwine
Scott Reppond
Solina Bartnicki
Shaunese Farris
Sheila Nazario-Thomas

Congratulations to this outstanding team who went above and beyond to bring the client an exceptional construction experience and unique value. See more photos of Farmer Brothers’ corporate headquarters on our projects page.

River Spirit Casino Resort team receives Jolley for Outstanding Project

In 2016, EMJ launched the Edgar M. Jolley Awards for Excellence to recognize exceptional work within the family of companies. The “Jolleys,” named in memory of EMJ’s founder, are presented in three categories: Outstanding Performance, Outstanding Servant Leadership and Outstanding Project. In this three-part blog series, EMJ highlights our Jolley recipients, and why they were selected for these awards.

 

Directors and Vice Presidents of the corporation nominate for The Jolley for Outstanding Project, which recognizes a project team’s collaboration and unique value-creation. Outstanding teams exemplify innovation through C2C, demonstrate admirable planning and execution, overcome unusual challenges, and build relationships through an exceptional client experience. In this four-part blog series, we highlight EMJ’s outstanding project teams and the reasons behind their selections for these awards.

This year, EMJ recognized four projects with this award:

Shaw T1 Plant, Adairsville, Ga.
River Spirit Casino Resort, Tulsa, Okla.
Farmer Brothers Headquarters, Northlake, Texas
Bass Pro Shops, Gainesville, Fla.

In the coming weeks, we will highlight each project and the team that brought it to life on the blog. This week, we’re featuring RedStone’s River Spirit Casino and hotel expansion and the 24 members of the project team.

 

River Spirit Casino and hotel expansion is a two-phase project on which RedStone Construction partnered with Manhattan Construction Company. The project included the site work for and construction of the 29-story hotel tower, 2,500-seat Paradise Cove entertainment venue, six-level parking garage, grand ballroom, retail center, resort spa, outdoor pool and bar, and additional gaming space.

The resort also includes a Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, 5 o’clock Somewhere Bar, Johnny Rockets, Scoreboard Sports Bar and a buffet and grill.

After the client expressed a desire to open 50% of the project earlier than the originally-stated completion date, the team “took a deadline that was nearly impossible,” and went above and beyond to deliver an exceptional project to the client “with grace and poise that we should strive to attain every day.”

 

 

Even with a month removed from the initial project schedule, the team remained focused and captured more than $37 million worth of savings during the course of the project by implementing creative solutions and design alterations.

“This team was dedicated to providing an outstanding construction experience for the client, even under tremendous pressure to complete the project early,” said Lance Gopffarth, Executive Vice President. “Each member of the Manhattan-RedStone partnership prioritized the client’s goals and held them above their own needs, and as a result, this project has been one of our greatest achievements in our company’s history.”

 

River Spirit team members include:

Bryan Adson, Lauren Boochie, Mike Coyne, Roy Cramer, Walter Darr, Money Dexter, Jason Dunnam, Donnie Foreman, Pat Freeman, Chris Hart, Allison Howison, Tammy Johnson, Jason Jones, Leta Lambert, Ted Lambert, Gordon Lingley, John Massetti, Hope Miller, Denver Moody, William Mosher, Anita Pfeiffer, Greg Pfeuffer, David Ramer, and Dave Sprague.

The official grand opening celebration for the resort will be held on April 15, 2017.

Employees awarded Jolley for Outstanding Performance

 

In 2016, EMJ launched the Edgar M. Jolley Awards for Excellence to recognize exceptional work within the family of companies. The “Jolleys,” named in memory of EMJ’s founder, are presented in three categories: Outstanding Performance, Outstanding Servant Leadership and Outstanding Project. In this three-part blog series, EMJ highlights our Jolley recipients, and why they were selected for these awards.

 

The peer-nominated Jolley for Outstanding Performance is awarded to employees who go above and beyond in their roles by expanding their range of responsibility, developing junior team members, demonstrating initiative and creativity in tackling challenges and building relationships with clients.

“The Jolley for Outstanding Performance is for those high-achievers that inspire you to be better every single day—because they lead by example,” said Doug Martin, Chief Operating Officer, while presenting the Jolleys to the family of companies this month.

Below are this year’s winners:


Matthew Connors, Project Manager for EMJ Construction, served as a client executive for Walmart on the four projects that the Dallas team completed this year.

He learned the client’s project goals, identified their definition of value in each location, and through that, captured additional savings for the client during construction. After his latest project was completed, the client gave rave reviews on Matthew’s work on the job and requested his team for future projects.

“I consider Matthew to be one of the finest project managers I have worked with over the years,” his nominator wrote.

“From having many late-night conversations about his projects to watching him address a workload that would be overwhelming to most, he is deserving of this recognition— to say the least.”

Jason Dunnam, Senior Project Superintendent, led the RedStone team in completing a $23 million casino in only nine months.

He is extremely disciplined and ensures that each project on which he works is completed with the highest quality, while building trust and creating additional value for the client.

As a leader, Jason provides great feedback, direction and support to everyone on the job site and “isn’t afraid to jump in with both feet and get muddy.”

He guides his team with wisdom gained from nearly 20 years of construction experience and his constant energy keeps them motivated.

Chris Fisher, Senior Project Manager, has played an instrumental role on EMJ’s work for Shaw Industries Group, overseeing the completion of the Shaw T1 manufacturing plant and breaking ground on the Shaw Create Centre office development.

He is an outstanding member of the Chattanooga team and has demonstrated his ability to manage multiple items at one time while exhibiting strong character and accountability.

“Chris handles challenges in stride, always has a positive attitude and serves as an example to everyone within the corporation,” said Jack Bowen, SVP of EMJ Construction. “EMJ is privileged to have Chris as an employee. He is well deserving of the award.”

Dottie McCallen, Communications Manager, implemented numerous new media channels for EMJ Corporation, including an updated website, social media channels, internal newsletters and intranet. She works with each office and has been creative in implementing useful programs and workflows to maximize efficiency in her department.

In addition to her role, Dottie serves as a member of the Mentoring Program Advisory Board and has done a tremendous job with its communication efforts.

“Her innovative thoughts and ideas for the mentoring program have expanded our reach and enabled our company to blossom through this program,” wrote her nominator.

Justin Pearl, Preconstruction Manager, went above and beyond when working on Grand Parkway Marketplace while fostering and growing EMJ’s client and subcontractor relationships.

He managed, mentored and trained team members on the complex, multi-phase project to ensure that the client’s goals were achieved and the project moved forward according to schedule. His hard work and dedication on this project is one of the reasons EMJ was awarded Grand Parkway Marketplace Phase II.

“Justin’s success here at EMJ stems directly from the concern and care he shows toward his team, the project and especially his clients—something we can all strive to emulate,” wrote his nominator.

Brad Primus, Preconstruction Manager for EMJ Construction, led the Chattanooga preconstruction team in the negotiated bidding and awards of two Bass Pro Shops, The Local student housing complex, and two Lidl grocery stores in 2016.

His strategic thinking and creativity in developing pursuit strategies has been a key to our success, and he continually finds ways for EMJ to become more competitive on each project that we bid.

“Brad is a natural born competitor, and he relishes in the opportunity to go farther and work harder than our competition to win projects for EMJ,” wrote his nominator. “His determination and leadership encourage our team to deliver exceptional value to clients.”

Cody Schulze, Project Manager, was influential in the success of the Connection Park Phase II project from day one and is recognized as a vital team member by the client.

Everyone in the Dallas office comes to him—from Senior Project Managers to his peers— when they can’t figure out something with changes or cost reports. He is efficient and knowledgeable in EMJ’s policies and can correct just about anything with regards to cost documentation or paperwork.

“Cody sees the big picture and is passionate about setting up projects to be successful up from the beginning,” wrote his nominator. “He develops a detailed schedule, creates a quality management plan, and sets up ViewPoint properly to ensure the team operates efficiently in billings and cost control.” 

Congratulations to all recipients of the Jolley for Outstanding Performance!