A strong, authentic culture is more important than ever. I value the openness, excitement and fun in our work environment.
We don’t hire people just based on their education and skillset, their values and character are a bigger part of it.
The construction industry gives me the opportunity to work with a diverse group of people and a variety of projects, while experiencing one of the oldest crafts around.
Most of my early career consists of managing construction projects for worldwide life science companies. Having the talent and technical expertise to build this market sector has been a big differentiator for Truebeck.
Our biggest opportunity is to separate ourselves from the competition with the most innovative, effective ways to manage the construction process from beginning to end.
I get excited about building projects for some of the most influential companies in the world, in one of the most inventive and competitive places in the world.
Honesty and caring – two characteristics I value above all others.
If you care you’re going to hustle and try harder. You may not be the most experienced, but if you have the “do what it takes” attitude, you’ll find a way.
I hope new team members can see right away that Truebeck has a deeper purpose, that we all care sincerely about what we do, and that we’re going to continue to make this the best place to grow your career.
My advice to new engineers is to be curious and ask questions.
The construction industry faces several critical challenges today: the cost of living in the Bay Area, the decline in young construction workers, and the perception that construction is a commodity. We’ve created strategic plans to address how each of these affects Truebeck.
I’m happiest when I get away from the hustle and bustle. Camping, fly fishing, powder skiing, motorcycle riding, preferably somewhere very remote. You can take the boy out of Colorado, but…
Spending time with my daughter doing anything is what I look forward to the most. And my dogs – Rockefeller and Lilly.