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Culture is something you may not always see, but you certainly feel. It’s intangible and something that you really can’t put a price on. Since 1983, we have prided ourselves on providing great service and producing quality results. What has stayed true since 1983 is the feeling that you get when you work at AUI or with our team, and that is a sense of family. Sure, things change people may come and go, but this feeling of family is something we work hard to keep intact. It’s a guiding light in what we do day in and day out.
A role model is a person looked to by others as an example to be imitated. Being a role model at AUI can mean a lot of things; Authentic, leads by example, professional, integrity, adaptable are just a few to name. Being a good person and treating others how you would want to be treated is extremely important to AUI. We have an internal saying “No A**holes”. We hold everyone to a high standard, not just those on our team, but industry partners.
In 2019 the world turned upside down not just for AUI, but for the world. As an organization we buckled down and decided we are going to get through this and overcome the challenges that so many faced, and so we did! While we aren’t perfect, we are determined resilient problem solvers. Thinking outside of the box is not just another cliché saying, we truly believe there is always a way. We say how can we instead of how we can’t!
"If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself." – Henry Ford. AUI was founded on a team of individuals who believed in building a better world one project at a time. The only way we have been able to sustain the ever-changing world was working as a team by supporting each other and holding ourselves and others accountable. We want those whom we value to feel like family. We care about each other, we care about the work we do, and we got your back!
As a construction company planning plays an integral part of what we do as a business. Planning work out, setting goals, and anticipating issues before they become issues is vital to the success of a project. The term we use at AUI is habitual planners!
Being engaged at work means that the company and the employee are aligned from goals and core values to the overall mission. Being engaged leads to many great things like happier employees, better work production, financial success not just for the company, but for all involved, and the list goes on. Being engaged can look like many things; can be counted on, employee who is curious and seeks to understand, listens attentively, communicates across all levels well, shares their knowledge and wants their peers to succeed.