MCD Newsletter 07-02-19
ALL MCD EMPLOYEES!
Just a reminder of the importance of always thinking “who should be charged for this” whenever you are picking up at Will Call or dumping at a Dump or Recycling site or swiping your credit card at Home Depot or even online shopping!
Please remember to write down a client name, or tell the sales person to be sure to put the client name on the ticket/receipt/invoice. We always always always need to know which of our many clients to charge!
We would also like to remind the Project Managers to copy the lead Architect and Interior Designer for your weekly photo updates. You should also be sure to cc Kristin, Kathy Wiggins, and Pam. Communication is key!!! We pride ourselves on being an “all-in-one” company and need to make sure we are doing everything we can to back that up.
"TODAY'S GOOD MOOD IS SPONSORED BY KEURIG"
WHAT ARE YOU UP TO THIS SUMMER?
The MCD office wants to know what kind of exciting things are happening for you this season! Camping? Traveling? Birthing a child? Let us know! Send some fun pics our way so we can post them up on our board downstairs. Remember that clients can see these photos! So try to keep them somewhat work appropriate ;)
WISHING YOU THE BEST!
Unfortunately, this week we will be losing one of our very own… ”Awesome” Dawson. He’s been an employee with us since November 2017 and will be working his last day this Wednesday. He won’t be far though! Dawson will be working for Sammamish Plateau Water. Be sure to wish him the best as he starts down his next career path.
SO...YOU WON $50 MILLION...NOW WHAT?
You’re obviously going to go out and buy yourself an island in the Bahamas! Mountain retreat in Montana? How about a French Villa? Well this article from Architectural Digest will take you through five homes around the world and show what $50 million means to them.
FEATURED PROJECT: PATIEJUNAS
Project Manager: Jeff
Jeff has been getting through some major rot repair over at Patiejunas and making sure to stay ahead of the stucco’s progress. The last remaining glass blocks should be getting removed this week if not already gone!