October 05 2022 0Comment

Alston New Jersey Office Wins 2022 NJBIZ #1 Best Places to Work for Large Companies

On September 29, the Alston Construction New Jersey office was awarded the 2022 NJBIZ #1 Best Place to Work for Large Companies (250+ US Employees). New Jersey Senior Vice President/Regional Manager Bob Murray said, “Our strong foundation, built on helping each other is a quality that promotes our continuous growth. The family like atmosphere makes it fun to come to work. Even the tough days go a little easier because we have each other to lean on. The biggest joy I have is watching the continuous growth of each member of the Alston team.”

From NJ Biz:

With diverse experience and a dedication to the smallest detail, it’s no surprise, Alston Construction has been recognized throughout the construction industry, whether for delivering unique buildings, emphasizing a commitment to safety or exceeding achievements in sustainability.

Founded in 1986, the firm has also become recognized within the industry for the way it treats its employees, clients, communities and everyone it does business with.

That’s because the company operates by a set of core values that include integrity, honesty and trust, a commitment to keep quality and safety, teamwork, respect, passion, and community service efforts.

Most importantly, Alston’s foundation and success are built on its people who are passionate about working together to create something great. And in turn, Alston cares greatly about its employees on both a professional level and a personal level. In fact, it is not uncommon for employees to receive a phone call from the CEO to see how they are doing or to check in on an ill family members.

In addition to offering competitive sales and first-class benefits and perks, Alston strives to create and foster an excellent working environment for team members to be successful and productive while maintaining a healthy work/life balance. In addition, the firm values and emphasizes honesty, open communication and encouraging success in others.

Hard work and comradery are a common thread that runs through the Alston family because employees know they are appreciated for their contributions and input on projects.

Dedicated to encouraging employees to be the best they can be, Alston provides professional development opportunities that support additional training, accreditations or certifications. Many employees also actively participate in industry associations, which provide valuable resources for industry changes, best practice and networking opportunities.

“The success of each individual employee leads to the success of our project teams and the entire company, creating a win-win situation”, states the company.