At Intracorp, Building the Extraordinary is in everything we do. So it made sense for us to ask our extraordinary Intracorp employees what “Building the Extraordinary” means to them.
Newport Beach: Andy Digby , VP Customer Service – Intracorper Since 2005
“When asked to describe what “Building the extraordinary” means to me I thought it would be easy; we build cool buildings. When I actually thought about it in more depth I realize it should encompass all aspects of what we do as a company. We build extraordinary homes and sell them to people who spend their lives in them; it’s the most important purchase they will ever make so we should all strive to make it a rewarding and memorable experience.
If we design and build to the highest levels, provide an enjoyable experience that makes our homeowners feel special and truly a part of our Intracorp family, and offer professional and courteous service we will have succeeded. I believe it is crucial that we maintain the extraordinary experience for individuals from the moment they visit our website, step into our sales office, see their home for the first time and experience our superior attention to detail and homeowner care service.
As we truly embrace “building the extraordinary” we make a lasting impact on our homeowners and the communities we build. This is something we can all be proud of.”
Vancouver: Sowgol Torani, Manager, Corporate Accounting – Intracorper Since 2012
“Building the Extraordinary is not simply about a structure; it is about the collective efforts that brought the structure to be.”
“When I first heard the term “Building the Extraordinary”, I took it to mean the following: Intracorp builds extraordinary tangible structures. Over the years, this phrase has come to mean much more than my initial literal translation. Designing and building spectacular homes and community spaces is only part of “Building the Extraordinary”. It is about a team of individuals who are passionate about what they do, who are motivated to learn, and always willing to help each other. The meaning extends beyond our internal team and translates to the positive collaborations with our partners, vendors and homeowners. Building the Extraordinary is not simply about a structure; it is about the collective efforts that brought the structure to be.”
Austin: William Sayers, Senior Manager, Acquisitions & Development – Intracorper Since 2018
“…but Extraordinary results from the ability to provide these amenities to a variety of income earners, family sizes and life-styles, and to deliver homes where the members of our community want to live.”
“Our ultimate responsibility as residential developers is to provide and create homes for people, specifically, the members of our communities. We create places where we spend most of our time, store most of what we own, and retire daily to rest, regroup and enjoy life, family and friends. It’s a major responsibility when you think about it. On top of this, our stakeholders include our neighbors, the local municipality, the community as a whole and investors. What we do and how we do it affects many. Building the extraordinary requires an adept attention to detail on each and every home we deliver. It demands the highest quality, innovation, and comfort. Often, these luxuries are considered to be unattainable to most, but Extraordinary results from the ability to provide these amenities to a variety of income earners, family sizes and life-styles, and to deliver homes where the members of our community want to live.”
Seattle: Jeff Scott, Construction Manager – Intracorper Since 2015
“Building the Extraordinary in my opinion, is transforming a piece of property into a thriving community. Many of our communities follow this same theme. On any given day you can witness people living and making memories in the extraordinary homes that we build. This gives our whole team a sense of purpose and accomplishment. We take pride in building a solid home on a strong foundation, knowing that our homes will be here for generations to come. To me, that is extraordinary.”
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