News & Updates
Understand your customers’ world. Know what frustrates them. See the world from their perspective. The better you understand them, the more effectively you can anticipate and meet their needs.
In celebration of our core fundamental, Keep Things Fun, a lot of bull's-eyes were hit at our team building axe throwing event!
We are honored to be featured in the latest issue of Building Washington Magazine. Their article details the transformation of this outdoor living space. Our contribution includes a renovated pool area, architectural pavers on pedestals and extensive landscaping. Page...
We’re thrilled to introduce our youth to our industry! Gabriel Agiira is this year’s recipient of AME’s annual Natural Resources Career Camp (NRCC) sponsorship. NRCC provides a hands-on learning experience in forestry and natural resources....
We are excited to celebrate National Women in Construction Week as one of our core fundamentals is "Embrace Diversity"! This post is one small way to honor the great women that work in the field, marketing, accounting, administrative, and HR areas. Today, women make...
The world has bigger problems than our daily challenges. Laugh every day. We encourage our staff to have fun and periodically host fun events; most recently, we held a virtual lunch with comedian Ray Harrington.
A 2020 4th quarter start to this project is beginning to show signs of green space and lots of hardscaped amenity areas!
Don’t accept anything at “face value” if it doesn’t make sense to you. Ask the extra question to make sure that you fully understand.
Regularly reevaluate every aspect of your job to find ways to improve. Find ways to get things done better, faster, and more efficiently – without sacrificing quality.
We’re all responsible for and benefit from the Ashton Manor image and reputation. Be a proud ambassador for the company.
Pay attention to every interaction, and be sure you’re setting a tone that’s friendly, warm, and helpful. Take responsibility to see that our office and our job sites reflect our pride.
Listening is more than simply "not speaking." Be present and engaged. Minimize the distractions and let go of the need to agree or disagree.