Never a Dull Day: Q&A with Office Coordinator Courtney Rardin
In the world of business, things seem to constantly be busy, and the same holds true with Gray. From our team members inside the office, to those out on the jobsite, each day holds new challenges and opportunities that allow our people to showcase their very best and continually grow. We spoke with Courtney Rardin, office coordinator at Gray Ohio Valley, about her time with Gray and the ever-changing, never-dull days with the company.
Can you tell us what your normal workday or “day in the life” is like?
My “day in the life” consists of working with team members in the office on a variety of projects, depending on their needs. I often help with Pre-Construction services such as take-offs, building proposals, and presentation materials. I also get to coordinate events, meetings, and lunches. No day is the same for me, and I like that a lot!
What do you enjoy most about your work?
I enjoy that I learn something new daily.
What do you like most about the Gray Ohio Valley Office?
I love the atmosphere and the people. I came into this industry knowing nothing. My team has been so patient in helping me grow and get where I am today.
What has been the most memorable experience with Gray since you started?
My most memorable experience is being able to visit projects from start to finish during my four years here and getting to see all the pieces come together.
In one word or phrase, how would you describe Gray?
If someone was visiting the Versailles area, what would you recommend to them as a “must-do?”
Start your day off with a coffee from The Amsden and then go to Woodford Reserve Distillery for a bourbon tour. If you have time, visit WinStar farms, it’s beautiful!
If you would like to learn more about joining the Gray family, please visit gray.com/careers.
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