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Save the Date – Make it Happen Employee Appreciation Meetings
We’re getting ready for our annual employee appreciation meetings in late September. This event is an annual tradition where share company news and major accomplishments. We also recognize employee service anniversaries. When you arrive, you’ll be treated to a hot meal, and there are door prizes and gifts for every attendee. Attendance is strongly encouraged. More information will follow, including our charity drive for the year.
Friday, September 27th, 11:00am-1:00pm
Dallas/Fort Worth Team:
Saturday, September 28th, 11:00am-1:00pm
Kent Companies Southeast – United Rentals
General Contractor: J.A. Smith & Company
The Charlotte team completed a 136,000 SF paving pour for United Rentals. Check out the work here:
Grand Rapids Staffing Updates:
- We’re excited to announce the following team updates as we grow to better serve our employees and customers. Welcome Jennifer Valdez to the front office in Grand Rapids. Jennifer creates a positive and welcoming impression for all guests and callers, and she is able to provide assistance in English and Spanish. Amy Vega is now working in Human Resources. Laurel Smitter now supports the executive and marketing teams.
Facilities Services – GRAM
Submitted by Zach Richmond, Sales Associate
Kudos to the team working at the Godfrey warehouse for GRAM (Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing) a pharmaceutical development and testing firm. The Facilities Services team was on site to remove and replace a six square foot concrete slab. The job required precision, cleanliness and environmental controls because of finished goods stored adjacent to the work area.
Here’s what the customer had to say:
“Your crew did an awesome job. Chris, Raul, CJ, and David really showed up to work. The atmosphere within the plastic sheeting enclosure changed drastically. Following the 2 hrs of saw-cutting, as Raul stepped out of the enclosure, he could feel the moisture in his socks. As I stuck my head within the enclosure, my glasses fogged-up! It was close to 100 degrees/100% humidity in there!!
My colleagues shared, “They are doing a surprisingly good job keeping things clean.” That said, I’m so glad you sent us the “A” team. I’d work with those four fellows any time! I love to catch guys doing their job well – and, they did not disappoint. Thanks to Kent Companies for a job well done.”