It’s Not Magic
Experienced professionals chose to put in the work, and now you're seeing the results.
You see a lot of people on social media with work you want to be doing. Big jobs. Cool jobs. Jobs you wish you had. And you say, “I want to be doing that but I can’t.” Or you say, “I hope I can do that someday.”
The fact is that those people have been forming relationships and honing their craft for years before you see those projects come to life. It’s not magic. The job you see being brought to life is very likely from months of planning, phone calls, changes, pricing, more changes and more pricing. It all starts with a decision. Someone wanted to make something happen. A client wants something, a builder or tradesman wanted make something come to life. Jobs you see coming soon will be the result of months of planning. I spent most of the winter making phone calls, building new and existing relationships, and finding out what people need this year and moving forward. I know the direction I want to take our company, and I try to make sure everyone around me and our employees know what we are going to be doing moving forward and what our expectations are.
My expectations are as they have always been. To provide the best possible service for those we work for. From start to finish. From the first time I receive a phone call to when we clean up for the last time on a job site I want it to be a great experience. During the job I want a clean environment, clean work, with honesty and respect throughout the project. The projects you see daily are usually not by accident. It is the result of years of trying to do better every day than they did the day before. To continually strive for not only a better-finished product but a better-operating company. Changing things daily when they’re not working. Learning new ways to provide a better finished product for the people we work for every day to get what they deserve and something that they can be happy with, not just for today, but for the life of the work.
The experience that comes from years of mistakes and triumphs is invaluable. The foresight and ability to read a project or circumstance before you even take the work cannot be taught. It’s from the times I failed as a business owner and operator and made it through to the other side beaten and broken that I made changes to my daily routine and our daily operations and outlook. Don’t look at everything you see and think they’re lucky to do that work or lucky they get to do something. They made a decision. They chose to move towards their passion. Towards doing something they love and doing it to the best of their abilities. Surrounding themselves with like-minded people who believe in what they’re doing. When you see it in pictures it’s because they helped make it happen. It’s because they chose to put in the work, and now you’re seeing the results.
JPM Construction Inc
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