We're very proud of our employees, as you might have noticed. We highlight one team member almost every month. You may recall meeting Dani, John and Marv. Today, we're shining the spotlight on our Management Team. Learn a little more about UCEC's leadership, below.
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We’ve written about Evan’s journey to UCEC before, but he’s never had a proper “Employee Spotlight” until now. We’re excited to re-introduce our readers to a talented and long-time member of the UCEC family.
After two years of sharing Employee Spotlights with our readers, we thought it was time for CEO and President Mark Inboden to take his turn. Today, he's answering eight questions we were eager to ask.
I’m pleased to announce that we’ve moved Paula Zangari into the newly created position of Project Coordinator. This move formalizes the efforts Paula has already been doing in her work with internal and external customers.
Our VP of Business Operations, Evan Coulter, is a busy man. But he's not too busy to share some of his thoughts on life, business and pumpkin spice lattes on the UCEC blog. Below, we've compiled a collection of Evan's best posts for your enjoyment.
Our CEO and President Mark Inboden was recently featured in a video for the The Alternative Board (TAB). TAB brings business owners and leaders from non-competing industries in Denver, Lakewood, Wheat Ridge, Arvada, Golden and Evergreen together in a group setting – similar to a board of directors.
Editor's Note: This blog post was posted in 2014 by our CEO and President Mark Inboden.
In our ongoing efforts to utilize new technology, UCEC has recently started piloting a project management tool to track our jobs from start to finish. We found an amazing tool and have introduced it to our various teams.
Change is constant at UCEC. So much so, we have a saying here: “No change, no happy.” We expect change constantly, whether it’s a request from a customer or a tweak we want to make to a project. Perhaps a requested part is now obsolete. Or perhaps the customer wants to use a different part than planned. Construction changes happen, too, in far-off places, and that affects our plans. All of these changes need to be noted in a “living” document that everyone can access.
The world needs more level-headed thinkers who sometime take a slightly negative view of things, right? I’m sure you’re all nodding, “Yes!”
A few months ago, I started acting as UCEC’s unofficial “911 operator.” I’m the one to call if the shop needs a part immediately. I’m kidding about the 911 part, but sometimes, there’s an urgency to our daily shop work.
Regular readers to our blog know that we frequently highlight our employees in the Employee Spotlight series . Today, we bring you a new occasional series focusing on our individual departments. We sat down with Zach Fothergill, Operations Support Manager, and three members of his team: Edgar Audelo, Morgan Burris and Ryan Stephenson.
More and more customers are asking for a UL listing, so I think it’s going to become standardized in the future. Many customers know the care we put into our panels, and they know the UL listing will be a good factor in their project.