At Crossland, we understand that to provide our clients with the best possible construction experience, we need to make sure our employees are equipped with the right skills and resources. And that's why our Emerging Leader Program is so crucial to what we do. This program trains and guides … [Read more...] about Revved Up and Ready to Go: Crossland Makes Learning Fun with a Hands-On Training Experience for Employees
With a commitment to family and pride in the work we do, Crossland Construction has long been known as one of the best employers in the region. Well, now, it’s official. Crossland has received the coveted certification from the Great Place to Work organization, the leading authority in … [Read more...] about Crossland Construction: Certifiably a Great Place to Work!
Hard working, Passionate, Dedication - words to describe Brian Denney. He exemplifies what it means to be a Crossland Construction employee. So what do most people think of when they hear Brian Denney’s name? ”His laugh,” DJ McClenny said. “His damn laugh,” Aaron … [Read more...] about Crossland Construction Red Iron Award Winner
“It’s all about the concrete. When you get to the jobsite, you hop out of the truck as soon as you hear that concrete truck coming. Concrete won’t wait for you.” Communication is critical on any construction project. A crew has to talk and be on the same page. For the concrete crew of Octabio … [Read more...] about It’s All About The Concrete
Rachelle Camacho does not like to say no. There’s nothing she can’t figure out. And, she always gets the job done! Rachelle was recently promoted to Real Estate Property Manager from her role of Special Projects / Talent Acquisition in the Wichita office. But ask anyone who knows her, and they’ll … [Read more...] about Going Above & Beyond
Jeremiah Schneiter proves that diligence, being a team player, and hard work can put you on a fast track in your career. Jeremiah Schneiter heard all the catchy phrases about Crossland before he started here. “Promote from within” was one. “Family-oriented” was another. The type … [Read more...] about Pay It Forward