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Nicole DuChene, Syracuse Shop Manager, Recognized with the Power of Our People Award

Danforth’s Nicole DuChene was recognized with the Power of Our People Award at the company’s morning meeting. Nicole is the manager of the Syracuse shop and warehouse. She was nominated for this award by a record 5 colleagues from her office, a true testament to her consistent hard work.

Since Danforth’s reestablishment of our Syracuse office and the opening of the warehouse, Nicole has been the manager of the shop. She has worked tirelessly to organize and stock the warehouse, establish Danforth’s shop order process, build vendor relationships, and most importantly ensure that our project managers and foremen have their daily needs met to be productive on the jobsites. Whenever needed Nicole comes in early, stays late and works weekends to ensure that all projects have their needs met.

As the sole shop manager, Nicole attacks each day with a positive, can-do attitude. Her co-workers describe her as self-sufficient, a valuable asset, and one of the hardest workers they’ve had the pleasure of working with. Please join us in congratulating Nicole.

About the Power of Our People Award

Danforth has been an industry leader since 1884. We have strategically invested in physical assets such as office space across New York State, over 100,000 ft² of fabrication space, a large vehicle fleet and state-of-the-art tools to deliver the highest quality projects to our customers.
Our most important asset is our people.

The Power of Our People Award is given to those who go beyond the call of duty day-in and day-out. Without our people and their commitment to excellence, Danforth would not be a best in class contractor that it is known as in the market. At Danforth, we believe in the Power of Our People and recognizing our employees for their hard work and dedication. We are committed to investing in our employees to develop them professionally and personally so that the legacy of our founder, John W. Danforth, will live on.

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