I am so proud that Clayco was named to Fast Company’s 2022 Best Workplaces for Innovators United States list! Fast Company, a world-leading business media brand that focuses on transformative technology, ethical economics, leadership, and more, recognized Clayco as one of nine category standouts for our creative infrastructures and breakthroughs.
We are honored to be ranked again among so many incredible pioneering companies across industries. Innovation is what has enabled Clayco to grow from humble origins and has always been the center of our company’s foundation.
Clayco fosters a workplace culture of innovation at all levels and in all disciplines. In 2020, Kile Nuehring, project superintendent, dedicated time and resources to developing a safety system that would significantly reduce workplace falls. Kile's Fall Arrest Acknowledgement System (F.A.A.S) has recently received a full non-provisional utility patent, and is one of the many great examples of innovation that happen at Clayco every day.
We are deeply invested in recruiting the best of the best while maintaining our high-energy, community-focused culture. There is limitless potential for our talented team to innovate using the company’s national resources across our integrated platform in real estate development, design, and building.
I am looking forward to seeing what achievements our commitment to innovation leads us to in the future!
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I initially launched Bob Clark Beyond in 2020 to motivate and mentor others. Now, I am thrilled to announce that I am venturing on a deeper mission to spark inspiration and connection with a NEW LOOK!
The death of Alexei Navalny is a tragic and unnecessary loss. Alexei was a prominent Russian opposition leader and a strong advocate for democracy and human rights.
What does FDR have to do with current events and my gluteus medius tendon tear? A lot. For one thing, my tear has provided a great perspective for me after knowing that FDR was stricken with polio at age 39. It has also created a sense of optimism because of how he handled his much, much worse situation and endured his disability with such grace that he became the poster child for “people of determination,” a phrase I heard often while in Dubai.