Employee Profile - Craig Ayers
Operations Manager For
Waterproofing & Caulking
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
After interning with Chamberlin while attending Oklahoma State University, Craig was offered a Project Estimator position in the Waterproofing & Caulking department. He has now been with the company 10 years and is currently an Estimating Manager. One of his prominent projects is the Devon Energy Center in Oklahoma City. Chamberlin performed a large waterproofing scope and green roof installation for this 1.7 million square foot, 50-story office tower.
A Day in the Life:
A typical day for Craig consists of many different responsibilities. In addition to his estimating role, he is also involved in approving change orders, billings, lien wavers and assisting project managers and superintendents with daily needs in order to keep projects running successfully.
“Being a part of Chamberlin means we are part of a team who works to produce the highest level of service to our clients.” Productivity to Craig means meeting the client’s schedule and delivering a project to the owner that is completed safely and on time while demonstrating quality workmanship. “All of these qualities are what sets Chamberlin apart from other contractors and helps us build strong, lasting relationships which lead to more projects,” he said.
Outside the office:
First and foremost, Craig loves spending time with his wife and two daughters – Alyssa and Brynlee. He enjoys time at their Lake Texoma cabin, where you are sure to find them on the water or around a campfire. His other passion has always been classic autos, and he hopes someday to fully restore his 1969 Mustang Convertible.
We asked Craig to choose his favorites from this random list of things as a way to get to know him a little better:
Fishing or hunting
Pulp or no pulp
Sunrise or sunset
Mild or spicy
Chevrolet or Ford
Falling Objects Hazards
Falling objects from above cause serious injuries and account for fatalities every year. Falling object accidents occur due to a lack of hazard communication, improper storage of materials,...