To get in the spirit of the holidays, the ladies of the Beltsville Richards office held a Secret Santa gift exchange! Everyone who participated wrote a short list to Santa with 3 gift ideas and names were then picked at random.The exchange not only a great way to get excited for the holidays, but also a great way to get to know some of our new(er) colleagues!
This year, Richards celebrated Halloween with its 6th annual Halloween party and costume contest!
Office personnel was encouraged to dress in costume as the 1st place winner would receive one full day of paid time off!! While everyone who participated in the costume contest looked great, this year’s winner was Project Manager, Brett Rhinevault who dressed as Colonel Sanders of Kentucky Fried Chicken
The lunch-time celebration transitioned into a parking-lot party with a Corn Hole Wellness Contest as the office paired off to play against each other.
Brett also took first place in the Corn Hole competition with partner, Sr. Estimator, Danny Littleford.
With the weather taking a turn for the “Best”, we are particularly happy about playing some golf at Blue Mash Country Club, in Laytonsville, MD, for a great cause.
Chuck Barber and a few others will be representing Richards at The Colleen Classic 2018 to Benefit Rosaria Communities. The Colleen Classic golf outing, named in memory of Colleen Mary Welch, the daughter of Rosaria co-founder, Tom Welch. Colleen had Down Syndrome, and died from a sudden illness in 2013 at age 22. Colleen was (and remains) the inspiration for Rosaria Communities.
Good luck to the group and hit’em well!
MGAC awarded The AGU PIONEER AWARD to Foreman, Todd Hileman!
This award is for those on the project that have exhibited exceptional effort for going above and beyond and for their stellar work in support of AGU’s net zero mission. Todd is passionate about the work he does, the men and women that work with him, and most importantly the AGU Project.
The McPhee Awards Banquet, an annual company event, was held at the Hartford Marriott Downtown on March 3rd to honor our many employees. Dinner & dancing highlighted the night but the main event was the presentation of the Teddy Awards.
McPhee Electric has a longstanding tradition of recognizing exceptional men and women in our workforce. Named after our founder, Ted McPhee, the “Teddy Awards” have become a tradition and part of our culture in celebrating individuals who continually strive to make McPhee Electric an outstanding place to work. This year, we are excited to recognize three great people: Pat Nigro, Greg Ciesla and Jim O’Shea. Congratulations Pat, Greg and Jim! McPhee appreciates your hard work and dedication.
Solar Energy Business Solutions
PowerHawke, Inc., a member company of Farmington based Phalcon Ltd., will be hosting a business event to showcase the advantages of Solar Photovoltaic (PV) solutions for local businesses. Come and see our operating solar system right here in Farmington.
|Tysons Galleria Isabella Eatery||Latham & Watkins|
JE Richards began this New Year proudly by winning three Washington Building Congress’s 2018 Craftsmanship Awards for Lighting Systems on three projects. We look forward to celebrating with all the Craftsmanship Award Winner’s in March.
The WBC received 255 Craftsmanship Awards nominations throughout ten categories so we are incredibly honored to have crews that stood out and are recognized for their extraordinary skills.
Thank you to the outstanding and talented craftsmen that worked on these projects! We realize that winning these awards is a team effort and that many have a hand in each of our successful projects. We appreciate our entire J.E. Richards team and thank you for your service to JE Richards, Inc.
|Cook Off Chilis!||Our Winners Bob Sutter and Jaclyn Byelick|
Thank you all of our participants in the Chili Cook Off! We had 9 Chefs and 22 tasters! Congratulations to our winners, Bob Sutter and Jaclyn Byelick! Take a look at the pictures here at 2018 Healthy Chili Cook Off. Did your favorite Chili win?!
With the exciting introduction of our new logo, JE Richards took the opportunity to give back to veterans and their families.
This fall, boxes of JE Richards coats, polo shirts and Tervis insulated hot/cold cups with our former logo, were donated to the Military Order of the Purple Heart. The organization, which protects and funds the welfare and rehabilitation of Purple Heart veterans, does so through the collection of household items, the operation of thrift stores, donation of automobiles and at the community level from the annual distribution the Purple Heart Viola, their official flower.
We are so happy to have been able to give back to those who have selflessly served our country.