As the ball dropped on December 31, 2020, the world crossed fingers and toes that 2021 would escort in a more “normal” future. Many of us returned to our offices, while others continued working remotely from home. We explored options and implemented plans; we navigated through uncertain waters; and we met each challenge head-on, the Shannon way. 

As we are yet again anticipating the beginning of a bright, new year, Shannon Construction is ready to meet 2022 with greater excitement and energy. Each day we learn something new, and each day we apply our knowledge to our work. 

The challenges presented in 2020 and 2021 proved to be opportunities to learn and grow as an organization, as well as individuals. We celebrate our achievements this month, and we hope you are celebrating yours, as well. 

From the Shannon Construction Company family to you and yours, we wish you peace, joy, and a prosperous 2022.

Happy Holidays,
The Shannon Construction Leadership Team
Work hard, play hard!
Shannon Construction Company's Field Holiday party at Dave & Buster's brought together both office and field to enjoy an afternoon of tasty food, games, and...Bad Santa.

The party kicked off with a quick welcome and thanks to the employees for their hard work and dedication to Shannon Construction. To entertain our construction family, all those in attendance were provided a numbered ticket to select one of approximately 50 wrapped gifts from a hilarious Snowman Toilet Cover to outdoor family games and goodies. Two at a time were called to choose a gift. However, once a gift was opened the recipient could be a Bad Santa and swipe a previously opened gift or he or she could keep the opened gift.

Have a guess as to which gift was most swiped? Let's find out what you think. As the party came to a close, Shannon also presented our field staff with new Carhartt lunch boxes, travel mugs, gift cards, and the wish for a joyous holiday season.

a) Batteries
b) Light-Up Bean Bag Toss
c) Tape Measure
d) Chocolate Treat Tower

From Shannon Construction to you and your families, Happiest of Holidays.
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