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Jun 28

Congratulations to 1st Ever ‘Cornerstone Award’ Recipient

Frontier President, Greg Parr, Superintendent, Jeff Arcand and Project Manager, Chuck Wilkins

Congratulations to Frontier Construction superintendent, Jeff Arcand on becoming the first ever recipient of Frontier’s “Cornerstone Award”, given on May 25, 2012. The event was attended by over 30 Frontier employees at the Willowbrook, IL headquarters at their annual Summer-Work-Season Kickoff BBQ & Safety Conference.

“I’m honored to receive the first ever Cornerstone Award at Frontier Construction. I have always strived to work smart and to be the best possible contributor to the team as I can,” said Jeff Arcand. “It’s great to have a company that recognizes employee successes and I look forward to contributing to the continued success of our company in the future.”

The Cornerstone Award is given by the Frontier leadership team to an outstanding Frontier employee “for exceptional demonstration of their commitment to Frontier Construction’s Core Values, Core Focus and achievement of its strategic goals.”

“It’s great to know we have outstanding individuals like Jeff on our team,” said Project Manager, Chuck Wilkins. “He embraces our core values and translates them into delivering the best possible outcome to our clients. That is what makes an ordinary project into an extraordinary one. Congratulations, Jeff!”

The Cornerstone Award is presented quarterly at a company-wide event, along with a Visa Gift Card as a small token of appreciation.

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