Another Job Well Done

We received this lovely letter in regards to our management of the logistics for one of the hottest new hotels in Denver: 

JMC Team, I wanted to extend a very sincere thank you. It was a pleasure working with your team. This project was a very difficult one and your team's willingness to stick with it and persevere through the circumstances is very commendable. Everyone I had to fortune of dealing with is very professional and takes their job very seriously, which I appreciate very much and it’s what makes any project successful. Your team's help down the stretch was HUGE – I would have not been able to keep up with the daily details or anything else without Vanessa’s and Kevin’s help. They were a tremendous help. Above anything, my greatest and most sincere thank you and gratitude goes out to Amanda Weaver. Without her on this project, I would’ve been lost! Her persistence/perseverance, professionalism, great attitude, work ethic and overall great personality made this project that much easier knowing I had her as an asset and on my side throughout. I can’t fully put into words how valuable she truly is. For that, I am truly grateful and will never forget that. I contended from day 1 that it takes a team to make a project successful and without Amanda on my team – it would’ve been a full blown disaster. She is by far and away one of the best PMs, in any field, I have had the privilege of working with as an owners rep. So Amanda – from the bottom of my heart, thank you so much. No amount of words or gifts could cover how much I owe you. You made my job easier and even beyond that, made it a delight to go into work each day knowing I had such a great teammate. Continued success to you personally and professionally. Thank you once again to all and I hope success continues to find each of you. Take care.

JMC Team,

I wanted to extend a very sincere thank you. It was a pleasure working with your team. This project was a very difficult one and your team's willingness to stick with it and persevere through the circumstances is very commendable. Everyone I had to fortune of dealing with is very professional and takes their job very seriously, which I appreciate very much and it’s what makes any project successful. Your team's help down the stretch was HUGE – I would have not been able to keep up with the daily details or anything else without Vanessa’s and Kevin’s help. They were a tremendous help.

Above anything, my greatest and most sincere thank you and gratitude goes out to Amanda Weaver. Without her on this project, I would’ve been lost! Her persistence/perseverance, professionalism, great attitude, work ethic and overall great personality made this project that much easier knowing I had her as an asset and on my side throughout. I can’t fully put into words how valuable she truly is. For that, I am truly grateful and will never forget that. I contended from day 1 that it takes a team to make a project successful and without Amanda on my team – it would’ve been a full blown disaster. She is by far and away one of the best PMs, in any field, I have had the privilege of working with as an owners rep.

So Amanda – from the bottom of my heart, thank you so much. No amount of words or gifts could cover how much I owe you. You made my job easier and even beyond that, made it a delight to go into work each day knowing I had such a great teammate. Continued success to you personally and professionally.

Thank you once again to all and I hope success continues to find each of you. Take care.

JMC Prepares for Irma

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Our Orlando office is preparing for the landfall of Hurricane Irma. Operations will most likely be disrupted, in which case our Dallas office will take over.

To all our friends in Florida, please be safe

For projects with Vanessa Dolan, contact either
     Jennifer Eiman at jennifere@jmcgl.com and 469-387-8310, or
     Dianne Williams at diannew@jmcgl.com and 832-482-3011

Questions for Pat Dolan will be covered by
Kelly Morgan at kellym@jmcgl.com and 360-672-5186