Abstract Construction Takes Home an Award in a New Category
Abstract Construction, a full-range construction services company, announced it was named one of the Dallas Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work.” The 13th annual awards ceremony, which took place June 25, recognized 100 local workplaces ranging from 10 employees to more than 999,9999 employees. Abstract Construction was recognized in the newly created Micro category, which represents companies with 10 to 24 employees.
“Abstract Construction wouldn’t be the company it is today without our dedicated, talented employees,” said Brady Lowry, president of Abstract Construction. “We are honored to be named to Dallas Business Journal’s prestigious list, and are even more proud and humbled that our employees love working at Abstract Construction. We strive to make every day one marked with accomplishments, from completing our clients’ projects on time and on budget, to ensuring our employees are challenged and awarded for their achievements. Our supervisors applaud employees with gratitude notes, we have birthday and anniversary celebrations, and we make “having fun” one of our company’s core values. We also help our employees hone their skills with continuing education courses. I’m proud to be a part of such a strong, fun, family-oriented company.”
In keeping with the event’s “super hero” theme, Abstract employees showed their fun-loving spirit by wearing crime-fighter costumes to the awards luncheon. The characters they represented included Superman, Thor, The Flash, Captain America, and Robin.
Dallas Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work” awards are based on data compiled by independent research firm Quantum Workplace.