Donovon Curtis has recognized Grant Wilson and Jacob Jones with an ATTA BOY for displaying the TJ Wies Core Values of Safety and Partnerships on the UPF-Y12 project in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Donovon had the following to say about Grant and Jacob:
"Both Grant and Jacob started on the site at the same time, not having previously worked with one another. As those of us who've worked on this project have learned, there is a LOT to get used to here on this highly critical government job. Attention to detail is unlike anything we are used to, and there are some highly critical safety standards to follow in order to perform work.
All of this being said, Grant and Jacob have performed SUPERBLY, picking up all of the nuances this project has, exceeding performance goals, and learning the first time when told how things need to be built. They were also put in almost-no-man's-land, being the furthest away from the bulk of the work being performed. They have been constantly building, striving for excellence, and achieving a level of performance that can only be recognized and hopefully emulated.
As the Field QC for this project, the inspections contain some of the tightest tolerances I've ever had to work with. To look over these two carpenters' work daily over the two weeks they've been working here, their high level of performance, attention to detail, and safety protocols being followed to the 'T', it's been uplifting to see them achieving all that they have so far. I look forward to a bright future for these two with TJ Wies. Atta Boys!"