As both Chris Rapp and Chris Sparks brainstormed, they decided a virtual Trivia night would be a great team event. Because Chris Sparks had hosted several in-person trivia events at bars previously, but never on Zoom, it was a perfect opportunity to test out the idea.
With everyone working from home since March due to Covid-19, it has been even more important for the team to connect and have fun together. Eleven people jumped on Zoom, teams were formed, and everyone spent the night laughing for all kinds of reasons.
In order to do our part to slow the spread and #flattenthecurve, Triple Crown Construction’s corporate office has made the move to remote work for the time being, while our field teams continue to work on-site while complying with CDC recommendations around social and physical distancing.
During February, we had a local pro artist come by the TCC headquarters equipped with easels, paint, canvases, aprons, and, of course, some drinks – everything one could possibly need to spark their inner muse!
Every year, the TCC Summit brings our entire team together for a day of fun, camaraderie, corporate goal alignment, and team building activities! This year’s Summit took place at the end of January.
Our Ugly Sweater Party included games and food – it was lovely to spend an afternoon with friends and coworkers and remembering the reason for the season.
This holiday season, we wanted to support our local BIAB chapter and provide assistance in their important mission and did a “bag stuffing” event at the office.
Our team got together in the office (well, in the back of the warehouse, to be exact—it’s spookier back there) last month for a Family Halloween party to celebrate the spooky, the scary, and the downright fun that is this time of year!
Our community is stronger when we work together to help one another out, and that’s why Triple Crown Construction proudly took part in the Frederick County Goes Purple (FCGP) campaign- a call to action to unify the county toward the goal of reducing substance-related deaths and overdoses.