Jay Stuckey gets the nod from his employer, Wick Buildings, in his nomination as Crew Foreman of the Month.
Stuckey has been a crew foreman for Wick Buildings, Mazomanie, Wis., for 10 years. Among his many accomplishments, he has received 15 “Building of the Year” awards and numerous awards as a foreman for production volume, labor and quality accomplishments from Wick Buildings.
In 2008, Stuckey was the lead foreman on the job on a building that Wick Buildings recognized in the company Buildings of the Year competition as a first place winner in the Agricultural category.
The same building was also recognized by the National Frame Building Association as the first-place winner in its category for 2008.
Jay and his wife have been married for 14 years and have two children, Jessica and Sawyer. They reside in Livingston, Wis.
Wick appreciates Jay’s devotion and dedication and looks forward to many more years of service and dedication to Wick builders and customers.
Nominated by Dan Borowski, Wick Buildings Field Safety Construction Supervisor.
How to nominate a Crew Foreman of the Month
Give a top foreman a unique bonus: industry-wide recognition in Frame Building News and a $100 check from American Building Components.
At the 2010 Frame Building Expo in Louisville, Ky., one of the year’s monthly winners will be honored as Foreman of the Year and will receive a $500 bonus.
Tell why someone in your company deserves to be in this spotlight. What makes him or her stand out from the crowd? How has that performance improved your bottom line? What do your clients say about this person?