Piedmont Service Group's Special Projects division has been awarded a 2016 Outstanding Subcontractor of the Year award by Turner Construction. Over the past year, they have been working with Turner Construction on the Nationwide Insurance renovation project.
"Without a doubt, this award is the direct result of a lot of hard work by Landon Lewis, Victor Rinker, Robbie Wall, Tim Ray and many others" said Bobby Hughes, Special Projects General Manager. "It not only encompasses the obvious quality of work and project management that happens day in, day out, but also the support of estimating from Don Fetzer, accounting, CMS Controls, and our shipping/receiving department of Steve A, Neal B, and Jersey. Thank you to all who contributed to the success of achieving this award!"
Wednesday, December 28, 2016
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Last weekend PSG & CMS participated in a flag football tournament hosted by Holt Brothers Foundation. The Foundation supports KidsCan!, an educational and peer empathy program for kids with a parent with cancer, and Camp Kesem, a sleep-away camp for children ages 6-16 who have a parent with cancer.
The tournament consisted of 16 teams from many local businesses. We had a 12 person team that represented Special Projects, Service projects, Maintenance, and CMS divisions. It was a fun team building experience for a great cause. Despite a few bumps, bruises and a lot of soreness everyone had a great time at the tournament.
To learn more about The Holt Brothers Foundation visit www.holtbrothersfoundation.com
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
HB Moore, GM of our Greenville Branch and his wife Tracey were recently featured on the front page of the Daily Reflector for a pilot program they launched at J.H. Rose High School. Tracey teaches at the school and founded this program to expose students to colleges and teach them important life skills.
They are working with at risk freshmen and helping them to build a personal vision for their education and life beyond high school. A link to the full article is below. Its definitely worth a read!
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
The WeCare team from PSG Raleigh and CMS Controls organized a food drive during the annual Kick Off Party. The food drive was to support the local charity organization, Dorcas Ministries food pantry. WeCare was able to collect enough food and household goods to
fill 3 shopping carts (some overflowing). The people at Dorcas were very grateful and excited to see all that we had.
The Dorcas Food Pantry provides emergency food assistance for residents of Cary and Morrisville. Approved shoppers select items from our pantry which is set up like a grocery store. Shoppers choose canned goods, frozen and fresh food which is generously provided thanks to donations from the local community.
Way to go team!
Thursday, February 18, 2016
A Job Well Done!
By Tom Bergeron
Last week Tim Dyer, from our Raleigh Service Team, was recognized by Rich Frantz, Director of Product Support (Stulz) and Dan Santalucia (AES) for a job well done. During the holidays Piedmont had been asked to commission several units at the Fidelity facility in RTP. All of the commissioning had to be completed by December 31.
Unfortunately he ran into several obstacles and issues which delayed the commissioning of this equipment. Tim had documented all of the deficiencies in detail and provided a daily status for each unit on his call summary and equipment start up sheets. The level of detail that Tim provided was very beneficial to Stulz.
Rich Frantz forwarded Tim’s documentation to all of the Stulz technicians throughout the USA. They are now using Tim’s documentation as the benchmark on how their paperwork should be completed.
Tim’s diligence on providing detailed information for all these years has really paid off. Customers do read call summaries and sometimes the small details make the difference. Tim’s effort’s has enhanced our PSN partnership with the Stulz Corporation.
Thank you for your efforts Tim!
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Greenville 2016 KickOff
By HB Moore
Piedmont of Greenville enjoyed our first-ever kick-off event this weekend at Hunters' Pointe in Washington, N.C. Following a couple of hours of a world-class sporting clay course we settled in for a very nice barbeque chicken dinner.
Several members of team #1 were overheard chanting, "Winner, winner chicken dinner."
Following dinner we unpacked an exercise that the Greenville team has been working through for the last few weeks. At our last safety meeting everyone was given a copy of the book, "One Word that will change your life" by Gordon, Britton and Page.
The premise of the book to discover One Word that will be your guide throughout the upcoming year versus several new year's resolutions. It is a word that can impact your relational, physical, vocational, financial and emotional life.
One Word simplifies and helps to focus your life and efforts as you move through your year. (Several NFL teams have used the book to start of spring training and carry their word into the regular season.) Instead of a New Year's Resolution that usually fade pretty quickly, one word that you keep in front of you all year can help to a transform your life.
Each person present came forward after dinner and unpacked their word for the group and shared how they think it will impact them in the year ahead. As the individual Greenville associates words began to come in prior to our event I began to focus on One Word for the eastern team.
In collaboration with representatives from the WeCare team and others, the word DELIVER was launched as the Greenville word for the year.
To deliver the right maintenance and project solutions from a sales development standpoint.
To deliver excellent customer service from our operations team To deliver word-class job site service with every interaction with our customers To deliver the financial results that will benefit everyone at every level of the organization.
Monday, February 1, 2016
The Carolina Panthers are going to SuperBowl 50!!!
Last Friday some of our offices participated in PSG Carolina Panther Pride Day. They showed support for the home team by wearing Panthers gear or blue and black.
Best photo will win Pizza Lunch for participants 2.5.16 before SuperBowl Weekend. It was a fun way to get excited about the big game!
Monday, January 25, 2016
A hearty congratulations to Tim Cobb, PSG Greenville 2015 Tech of the Year.
For the first time in 21 years, the award was given to the technician with the highest total performance based upon multiple KPI (Key Performance Indicators), which were measured for the full 12 months of 2015.
Some points of measurement were:1. Number of quotes generated
2. Total percentage of signed service reports/MobilTech signatures
3. Total PM’s completed
4. Number of Spot calls executed
5. Total training hours for the year
6. Average truck inspection score
7. Miles driven safely
8. Spot dollars generated
9. Total minutes in supply house for the year
10. Total number of visits to the supply house (How well he plans his work)
11. Call Backs
Tim has been described as “humble, hungry and hardworking.” Congrats Tim on a job well done.
Tim was also Tech of the Year in 2010