Key Achievers in April

2023 is the year of ‘Quality in Everything’ at Key Construction. The following people/project teams have been recognized for their outstanding contributions to quality for the month of April.

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MSG Ramirez Project Team - National Accounts

The idea for the magnetic room numbers was a collective effort of the team, and no individual person claimed credit for it. Therefore, the entire team deserves recognition not only for the innovation but also for their dedication to the team’s success.

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Michael Gilbert, Superintendent - National Accounts

Michael and the team went above and beyond to have a jobsite that averages 120 workers per day, spotless for a potential client tour. Not only did it look great for the clients, but it put energy back into the project team seeing their accomplishments.

Angela Austin

Angela Austin, Project Coordinator - Wichita

We are in the process of beta testing a new subcontractor pay program through Procore. It requires double entry between SPC and Procore of all the subcontractor invoices. Angela has gladly helped us navigate the challenges to keep us moving forward.

Marvin Swayne

Marvin Swayne, Safety Director - Corporate Services

As part of the MC safety program, we must submit over a hundred specific safety policies to an outside consultant. Marvin has spent the past month ensuring our policies are current and meeting the qualifications required to continue work.

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Retreat at Carrollton Team - DFW

The Retreat is an assisted living center full of complex rough-in. The team has done an amazing job completing room-by-room inspections and documenting the deficiencies with observations.

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Ashton Vega, Assistant Superintendent - Tulsa

 During a quality control inspection at River West Phase 5, Ashton identified a discrepancy in the drawings, which had resulted in our electrical rough-in being installed at an incorrect elevation. He promptly collaborated with the project team and electrician to rectify the issue before any further work was undertaken. Ashton’s meticulousness and proficiency in resolving problems efficiently make him a valuable asset to the team.

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