Meet Josh, The Point Person
October 9, 2017
“Everyone who works here realizes how important it is to work as a team. Everyone has their own critical job that they need to do in order to make this company successful, but we all have fun doing it.”
Josh works as a project manager, currently for the Villas at Archer Spring, a 55+ community in Bon Air. When he’s not working, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, cheering on the South Carolina Gamecocks, and playing guitar.
Describe your Live Up moment… the moment you knew StyleCraft was right for you…
“I knew that this was the right job for me after working with my first handful of buyers and seeing the progression of somebody’s dream home become a reality. For most people, buying a home is one of the biggest, if not one of the biggest, purchases they will ever make in their lifetime. I take pride in the work that our team does and it truly is an awesome feeling to be a part of delivering a home that will make a lifetime of memories.”
You can never show up for work at StyleCraft without…
“A strong work ethic. The message from leadership here is clear: StyleCraft takes care of their own so that we can deliver a world-class new construction process and product that improves the lives of our clients. This, in turn, demands your full attention and commitment to your responsibilities, co-workers, and most importantly, our customers.”
Describe your typical day….
“I am the boots on the ground in my designated community and am in charge of the construction process from start to end. My job is to work closely with each buyer in building their dream home. I’m in charge of scheduling all the subcontractors, managing the job site on a day-to-day basis, and ensuring that we deliver quality homes for each unique buyer in a timely fashion.
“My truck is my office four out of five days a week. Currently I am in charge of just one neighborhood and I am in the field about 85 percent of the time.”
And the highlight is…
“The thing I enjoy the most about my job is seeing the progress that’s made every day and every week on not just one home, but an entire community. There are no two days that are ever the same, and there are always new challenges to overcome.”