Core Value Recognition

Each quarter, C.E. Floyd recognizes one employee for each of the following core values as nominated by their peers.

Never Shirk

Never shirk means living up to our responsibilities. It’s doing what we say we’ll do, when we’re supposed to do it. It’s doing the right thing, which is what we - as a company and as individuals - have always done.

Service Above All Else

Service above all else means doing the big things and the little things to make a difference. When clients hire us for a project, they’re putting their faith in us to get the job done. In exchange, we put the project and client first. When we love the goal more than our ego, we can do anything together.

 

Prepare for Success

Preparation and planning have played a big role in C.E. Floyd’s success over the past 30 years. We can achieve success at all levels when we work together and challenge ourselves and our team members to prepare for success every day.

Firm but Fair

We are often in the middle of negotiations or creating solutions for obstacles on our projects. Firm means we ensure that all parties hold up their end of the bargain, and fair means we do not unfairly burden one party with responsibilities that rightfully belong to another.

Work Hard/Play Hard

Work Hard ties directly to our other core values. We’re dedicated to our clients and are willing to put in the work to make their project a success. Play Hard relates to taking the time to outlet stress. It’s counter balancing the Work Hard to make sure we’re recharging.


 

2019 Core Value
Golden Hammer Winners

Based on peer nominations, these are the people who best exemplify the C.E. Floyd core values over the given quarter.


 

CORE VALUE RECOGNITION WINNER

2019, QUARTER 3



Service Above All Else

Ian Rogers

For the better part of two months over our very busy summer, Ian not only did a great job keeping two critical, fast-paced projects organized with the submittal registers and procurement logs, but he also dedicated a lot of his time to other endeavors which are not required of his position. We hired a new Project Engineer, Vic Lagana, on 6/3/19. Due to an increased workload and some unfamiliarity with our process/procedures, the PM was not able to spend the time mentoring Victor the way that we typically ask a PM to mentor a PE. Ian Rogers has stepped up to fill the void in a big way. Ian, whose own workload had him coming in early, staying late, and spending many Saturdays in the office, found a way to dedicate a significant amount of his work weeks introducing Victor to our systems and procedures and being an overall mentor for Vic. Vic knows the time commitment that Ian has provided and is very appreciative of Ian’s dedication to it.

The service that Ian is providing to the company by mentoring Victor when he could easily ignore it in favor of his own workload shows the dedication he has to the company and providing a high level of service towards our Core Focus of Building Visions and People. Additionally, this mentoring is also not only preparing Victor for future success, but Ian too as the mentoring process is an important component of a PM’s responsibility. Ian is taking a step towards learning that skill in his mentorship of Victor.


 

CORE VALUE RECOGNITION WINNER

2019, QUARTER 2



Prepare for Success

Tony Giglio

Congratulations to Tony on his college graduation! He graduated Cum Laude from Everglades University (Boca Raton, FL) with a Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management. Tony was able to accomplish this with the support of C.E. Floyd or better yet, his CEFamily. Not only has he graduated from college, but he was also able to buy a house, all while working full time and serving in the Army Reserve. This is a great example of a company supporting a young man to achieve his goals. This support will probably pay back dividends to the company in the future.

Tony is pictured (left), with his father Mark (right), who proudly nominated him for this award.


 

CORE VALUE RECOGNITION WINNER

2019, QUARTER 1



Prepare for Success

ADAM BERGEVIN

Adam was asked to provide a schematic design budget for a new 218,000 sf senior living community. Because he has previously worked with the client, he knows the level of detail they expect. Putting together a $60M budget is not easy. Doing it in a little more than a week is very painful. Maintaining great detail on a budget that size with that little amount of time is almost impossible. Yet Adam did it. Watching Adam at work inspires and pushes each of the estimators to do more and to do it better.


 

 

 

Core Value Golden Hammer
Quarterly Finalists

2019, Quarter 3

 

 

 

Never Shirk

Kristin
Darvish

 

Firm but Fair

Kurt
Scarsciotti

 

Prepare for Success

Steve
Clark

 

Work Hard/ Play Hard

Michaela
Catallozzi