Hallie Busta wrote a recent article on constructiondive.com titled, “Test Lab for Timber Technology: College Campus Construction.”
Proving herself an invaluable asset to the team, we’d like to showcase the company’s “Proactive Multi-Tasker” who is always a source of help for anyone around the office who needs it (sometimes before they even realize they need it!)—Angie Ugaz!
Triple Crown Construction got in the Irish spirit this March, celebrating St. Patrick’s Day by helping to raise money for one of the most important community organizations in town (while yes, also enjoying some libations)!
Safety is one of the overarching pillars on which Triple Crown Construction is founded. It is critical to the corporate culture, as it is enforced not only on the job sites but in the office environment. Like the field teams, office team members also are expected to go through training. Triple Crown continually provides information to employees about workplace safety and health issues through regular training sessions, team meetings, bulletin board postings, memoranda, and other written communications.
Following a monster year of growth at Triple Crown Construction, the General Contractor has continued to expand its all-star team with a trio of recent hires that have everyone at the company even more excited about the future.
The Triple Crown Construction crew fit a lot of great work in the shortest month of the year, but also made time to give back to the community and to come together for some team-building fun!
Prior to the American Civil War, African American citizens with expertise and skills in building and engineering had no choice but to work as slaves. Over time, they passed their acumen to their next generations, enabling them to pick up architecture as a viable career option.
For the 2018 calendar year, the employees of Triple Crown Construction voted Cindy Stevens the winner of this award. She took it upon herself to model all the values that make Triple Crown great: integrity, hard work, responsibility, communication, family, and giving back to the community.
Video interview with Marshall Rimerman, TCC Project Manager.
In keeping with the Frederick County Office of Economic Development’s assessment that 2018 was a “monster year” for growth in the Frederick area, Triple Crown Construction closed out the calendar year with significant revenue growth that put the company in an excellent position to continue growth in 2019 and beyond.