Jason Haney – Vice President of Residential Construction

For immediate release: January 25, 2021

MEDINA, OHIO January 2021 – Jason Haney has been named Vice President of Residential Construction at Pride One Construction. Jason formerly served as a Senior PJM at NVR (Ryan Homes) among other roles for the past 19 years.

Jason Haney has over 20 years experience building residential houses and townhomes. Jason has worn every hat in the business and served NVR (Ryan Homes) in roles as a Superintendent, Project Manager, and Senior Production Manager where he has built over 1,000 homes/townhouses over his 19-year tenure. He has been recognized with many awards at Ryan Homes. The awards include: Master Builder Society, Presidents Award of Excellence in Production, Presidents Award in Mid East, and NEO among other awards.

Jason is a true leader of people that embodies a leadership style utilizing core values with a relationship mindset. He truly wants to see all Clients, Teammates, Vendors, and Sub-Contractors be as successful as they can be. Jason has a great focus on building a high-quality product with-in a production process. He has trained some of the best superintendents and project managers in the residential market and we are excited for him to help raise the bar at Pride One.

Jason was raised in Stow, OH where he graduated in 1997. He attended Baldwin Wallace College and Graduated with a BA in Business Management. While at BW he was a 4-year letterman on the college football team. Jason resides in Sharon Township, OH with his 3 children Matthew (15), Rachel (11), and Ryan (11). Jason volunteers his time to the community where he has served as the Director of Medina Highland Youth Football for the last decade and coached for many years. Pride One is excited to have Jason Haney join our team and we look forward to many years of success with him leading our Residential Division.

Pride One Construction is a Developer and General Contractor that works primarily in the Eastern US from Florida to Michigan. Our Core focus of projects are Multi-Family Apartments, Industrial Warehouses, Hotels, Senior Living, and Commercial Construction. Pride One was founded in 1991.

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Qualities You Should Be Looking for in a Project Manager

Qualities You Should Be Looking for in a Project Manager

Searching for a project manager is complex, and everybody has preconceived notions from managers they have previously enjoyed or have seen in the media. This can cause mistakes in choosing new management. What qualities should your managers have to best fit your needs and brand? What makes a great manager?

Experience in Your Specialty

Obviously, it is critical that your project manager have experience in your field’s specialty. However, experience in the work involved is not the only tool needed. An excellent manager will have experience collaborating with others, as well as having excellent interpersonal communication. Those things take hard work to develop, and an experienced manager will have both. A manager’s field of knowledge must include these as well as the skills of the project itself.

Adherence to Protocol

Safety is of critical importance, so having someone who is a stickler for details is crucial. A good manager is someone who balances between being precise and not being punitive. You need your team to follow the instructions and protocols given. Safety protocols should be in line with best practices for keeping employees safe as they go about their duties. However, overly punitive managers will punish for things which are not protocol and safety based. This is destructive to team morale. Finding someone with the excellent communication skills to balance these two needs is crucial.

Look Beyond Your Comfort Zone

If you want your business to soar, you want someone who loves their job and is brilliant at the work. It’s important to define what technical and intrapersonal needs are necessary in advance. In order to look beyond your comfort zone, you need to know what you’re looking for in personality and temperament to fit your team. This doesn’t come in just one gender, race, or physical ability level! Knowing what qualities you’re searching to find will help you locate the human best to lead your team, not a clone of who you remember from teams you’ve known in the past.

Your business will skyrocket only if your project management is a great fit for your team’s needs, and for what you are working to achieve. Finding the most skilled individual, who follows safety protocols, and has great interpersonal communication, can be a high order but is completely possible! Pretty soon, your team will have the organized mediator they need to work more efficiently than ever.

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