“Floyd and I want to thank you so very much for all your help on our new system here at our home in Covington Dells.”

– Mary W. (June, 2014 Covington Dell Elimination Project)

“I am writing to you in regards to your crew that worked on US 33 and Circle Drive in Churubusco. I have worked at Parkview Hospital for 33 years. I know the importance of team play. You sir have in my opinion a very good crew. They know the meaning of team play. They each knew his job and did it well. I also appreciated the fact that no foul language was heard. I hope you are proud of your crew, they are hard works and deserve  your thanks.”

– Gerri M. (September, 2011 Churubusco Water Extension Project)

“I am not in the habit of writing these kind of letters, but…here goes. My husband and I (and our two dogs) live in Lagro, Wabash County. We frequently travel on US 24 to Wabash or Huntington. Of course, it is now an inconvenience. However, we are pleasantly surprised at the progress you are making! But what I am writing about is the noticeable pride you and your crews are taking in your work. Being a novice in construction work, I don’t know if what you are doing is right or not. But what impresses me (and quite a few other people, who voiced their comments to me) is the way you line up your equipment at the end of the day and for the weekend. No other company does this as precise and organized as you. It shows the respect of your employees for you and for the million-dollar equipment you are using on this project! Sure, we are inconvenienced for awhile – that’s progress, I suppose. But seeing the pride you take, in lining up your equipment and the precision way that you do, also shows us your respect and pride that you take in your work. It comes across as excellent P.R.! All of a sudden the inconvenience is minor, and the anticipation of the new highway takes over. I thought you might like to know how some of us feel who live along this route. Please, keep up the good job and your excellence in your work.”

– Jerry and Roxane F. (August, 1999 US 24 Hoosier Heartland Corrridor Project)