FNF Newsletter - September 2018
September 2018 Newsletter
Project Update
Groundbreaking at Window Rock Airport
Window Rock airport is a public-use, general aviation airport that is owned and operated by the Navajo Nation. As a part of this project, FNF will be reconstructing Runway 2/20. Learn more about FNF's airport construction services
ltr: Jason Musselman (Director of Aviation at Armstrong Consultants), Arlando Teller (Deputy Director of Navajo DOT), Rob Bottcher (Vice President at FNF)
New Work
Recently Awarded Projects
FNF was recently awarded the Arizona Department of Transportation’s I-19 Ajo Way TI and I-8 MP 96 to Paloma Rd projects and a project with the City of Show Low to rehabilitate Runway 6/24 at the Show Low Regional Airport. FNF was also awarded Texas DOT project, I-20, Midland and New Mexico DOT projects NM 404 in Dona Ana County and NM 48 in Lincoln County.
 
We are now hiring in various locations.   Click here to learn more and apply .
Safety
Meet FNF's New Safety Manager
FNF is pleased to announce a new addition to our team with Josh Welp. Josh will serve as FNF's Safety Manager and brings to FNF more than 20 years of experience in construction safety. He holds a Master’s degree in Safety, Health and Environmental Management, is a certified OSHA trainer, and holds a number of professional certifications.  Please take a moment to read Josh's article below on safety culture.
Is Safety a Priority or a Value?
by Josh Welp, FNF Safety Manager
We’ve all heard the saying, Safety is a Priority! It may be the most common safety slogan heard today. But when we stop to think about it, safety should not be one of our priorities. Wait, did a safety professional just tell me that safety is not a priority? I know what you are thinking and I can hear you saying it at this very moment: “But, that’s what I’ve been told for years and I always make safety a priority!” I understand. But let me take a moment to explain why safety should not be a priority, and instead, should be a value . Not only at work, but in your everyday lives. . Click here to read more .
Josh Welp, FNF Safety Manager
Glendale Pedestrian Bridge
Cardinals Bridge
Just in time for football season, FNF completed the construction of 2 bridges and a tunnel which will allow pedestrians to easily access the Cardinals stadium from a new parking lot without affecting traffic.  Learn more about FNF services
ltr: Angel Verdugo, Juan Mosqueda, Armando Ortega, Alberto Barraza, & Lorenzo Barraza
Awards
Build Arizona Award
FNF project, SR 264 Burnside to Fish Wash, received a 2018 Arizona Associated General Contractors Build Award presented at the Phoenix Art Museum on the evening of April 27th. This award recognizes projects that meet the challenges of a difficult job, excellence in project management, innovation in construction, sensitivity to the environment, excellence in client service, and contribution to the community.
Earlier this year, the project was also the recipient of a quality award from the Navajo Nation and an Arizona Transportation partnering award.  Congratulations to the project team! Read the full press release
ltr: John Sikkema (FNF Project Engineer), Mike Lynch (FNF Sr. Proejct Manager), and Shawn Sheble (FNF Project Sponsor)
Build your Career with FNF
University Recruiting
Now that school season is upon us, keep an eye out for FNF at these recruiting events at universities throughout the Southwest. Check out FNF's upcoming recruiting locations
FNF Employment
New Employees
FNF is excited to announce the following newly hired employees:
 
Israel Santillan, Project Engineer (TX)
Jake Salazar, Sr, Structures Superintendent
Josh Welp, Safety Manager
Matt Wavra, Project Engineer
Roberto Bolivar, Structures Superintendent
Ryan Begay, Project Engineer
Tim Ridens , Structures Superintendent
 
We are now hiring in various locations.   Learn more about FNF's exciting career opportunities
FNF Employee News
Baby Additions and Family News
Congratulations to Tracy Turner, FNF Manager of Asphalt Maintenance Operations, on the birth of his first grandson, Boyd, born on August 16 th . He weighed in at 9 lbs, 23 inches long. Tracy’s daughter, Taylor, also recently graduated from Sioux City Iowa from the University of Briarcliff with a degree in Biology. She is currently considering a Master’s degree with an ultimate goal of a career as an Environmental Engineer.

Congratulations to FNF CFO, David James, on his first great grandson! His grandson, Tres, and wife Leslie welcomed Hendrix David Navarrete-James. He was born on August 16th and weighed in at 7 lbs. 13 oz, 19 inches long.

FNF Payroll Manager, Jeanette Dranchak’s grandson, Scott, and Deena Ross, FNF Business Development Manager’s son, Jack, both started Kindergarten!

Boyd
Taylor Turner
Hendrix David Navarrete-James
Scott Choronzy
Jack Ross
Have News to Share?
If you have news to share with your fellow FNF employees, please send to Deena Ross at dross@fnfinc.com .
September 2018 | FNF Construction, Inc. | 480-784-2910 | www.fnfinc.com