Key Achievers in January

2023 is the year of ‘Quality in Everything’ at Key Construction. The five people below have been recognized for their outstanding contributions to quality for the month of January. We’ll be recognizing team members each month in 2023.

Caroline Hurley Large

Caroline Hurley, Business Development Manager - National Accounts

Caroline Hurley did an outstanding job data mining information about a new charter school being pursued by National Accounts. She found detailed information about the new charter, their future plans, and their commitments, which allowed the Key team to focus on what was important to them during the presentation.

Daniel Arillano

Daniel Arellano, Assistant Project Manager - Mission Critical

Daniel Arellano went above and beyond to create a new weekly report format that closely resembles the report produced by Procore. These changes will be finalized and released for use soon.

Sarah Rundell

Sarah Rundell, Payroll/Benefits/Human Resources - Corporate Services

Sarah Rundell has helped Key identify and adopt a new HRIS software for our employees. The new program will help Key stay organized in hiring, onboarding, benefits, compensation, training, and employee reviews.

Tim Cartwright

Tim Cartwright, Assistant Superintendent - Tulsa

Tim Cartwright has taken organization to a new level on the Okmulgee School project.  We are renovating an existing school, including working in and around students daily.  Tim has done a fantastic job fencing in construction areas, materials, and trash receptacles.  He has clearly arranged wayfinding signs to keep construction personnel and students separate and safe.

Steve Loehr

Steve Loehr, General Superintendent - National Accounts

Steve Loehr has introduced our Texas jobs to a story pole.  The story pole is a single wood pole clearly marking the top and bottom of all the wood blocking required for the project. This makes quality control as easy as holding the pole against the wall to verify the blocking starts and stops at the correct height.

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Key Construction makes an impact on the communities we touch through employee giving programs, employee involvement programs and corporate contributions to charitable organizations.

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