MAR 31, 2022 | PORTLAND, OR
2022 Welcomes Growth to Team ACME
As we end Quarter One, we look back on the opportunities this year has provided. One opportunity being the immense pleasure of further developing our team. It’s humbling to see the quantity of candidates we receive, something we always look forward to, but never something we fully expect. We appreciate the applicants we get and look forward to having them join the team, helping us reach new heights together.
Our mission is not only to provide clients with premiere work they are proud to display, but also provide our workers with a career they are proud of.
We work to keep a strong, reliable team that work performance is reflected in work produced. We care about our employees and want to know that even when work flexes, they don’t have to uproot their schedule to start work anew. This is why we hire permanent employees in all our departments. You never know when the next project might come; we are always prepared to start, never a minute lost.
At ACME, we hire full-time employees for all of our departments. We want to be ready to get to work all the time, any time.
At the end of December and start of January, we’ve had the opportunity to add three new Project Managers: Steve Eskins, Cody Acevedo, and Thomas Koestler.
Combined, they bring with them over 40 years of experience in the fabrication industry. Their understanding of the various aspects of fabrication elevates our Project Management team to new heights.
“Our mission is not only to provide clients with premiere work they are proud to display, but also provide our workers with a career they are proud of.”
One common thread they all shared with me was their positive experience during the onboarding process. They felt welcomed and had the support they needed to get started. They appreciated that it didn’t take months for them to get their hands onto their first project, and any questions they did have were answered without hesitation. The team dynamic and culture was something they all praised and looked forward to being apart of.
We look forward to the contributions our newest Project Managers, and look to see them utilize their experience in providing the best service yet.
Tenured ACME carpenters work alongside newly hired team, showing them the ropes.
New to the ACME Fabrication team is Daniel Texada, Glenn Hasty and David Dillon. They bring with them a variety of skills and experience that looks to expand on our in-house capabilities. We look forward to seeing their ingenuity alongside our tenured team and a long partnership with them.
Anatoliy Vaselinko returns to ACME for the Fabrication team, bringing with him his chipper personality. He said the culture and communication from ACME were something he loved when he was first hired and nothing has changed since. He’s excited to part of it again and be part of the onboarding for new hires.
“You never know when the next project might come; we are always prepared to start, never a minute lost.”
We also expanded our metal department capabilities, welcoming Eli Loessberg, Micah Cote, and Mike Savage to the team. A critical goal we’ve had this year as a company is to increase our current amount of metal work we take. Hiring a strong, full-time team of capable metal workers is the first step in further expanding our metal department.
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We look forward to the new projects we can fabricate with this team and hope to utilize them soon in your next project.
Ed O’Leary and Thomas Koestler arrive on-site to examine installation.
If you stay up to date with the ACME Instagram, you may have seen one of the recent rehires to the Install team, Ed O’Leary. Ed jumped right back into the swing of ACME installs, already becoming the local celebrity.
Also returning to ACME’s Install team is Domingo Ochoa and Ben Laing. Both have provided top-notch install work with ACME previously and we’re excited to have them return to the team.
Three new metal workers have been added to the ACME team, increasing shop capabilities.
ACME welcomes two new Drafters to the team, Jason Hubbard and David Ambrose. We look forward to utilizing their skillset to increase efficiency in the engineering process and minimize errors.
Katrina Curtis joins ACME as our newest Accounting and Payroll Specialist. She will oversee our payroll and internal financial needs, helping keep ACME functioning smoothly and properly. She has already been delighted to add to the team and looks for a strong, upcoming year.
Our team is important, and making sure we have a strong, happy team is our top priority.
Not an exhaustive list of everyone that was recently hired within Quarter One, but a strong list to start. We’re constantly in the search for new candidates. We understand the importance of investing in a team that reflects the quality we’re looking to produce and clients are wanting. Without this strong, dependable team we wouldn’t be able to say we can get it done. We could not be the ‘ACME’ of craftsmanship without our team.
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We extend a warm welcome to all the new hires at ACME and hope you join us in welcoming them too. We’re confident that we’ll continue to expand and grow and keep you up to date with everything new at ACME.
“We understand the importance of investing in a team that reflects the quality we’re looking to produce and clients are wanting.”
If you, or someone you know, want to work at ACME, send us an email at email@example.com or give us a call at 503.335.1400. We love hearing from applicants and adding valuable members to the team.
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