Meet the team | ryan craig

Ryan Craig joined the Neyer Management team in 2021 as Assistant Facility Manager. Read more about Ryan here:

What parts of our Keys (Safety, Courtesy, Image, & Efficiency) do you connect with?

Efficiency is something I connect with deeply. To me it is an underlying foundation to the other keys. Being efficient in our industry is a great courtesy to our customers. Efficiency helps provide an image of care and investment in our clients needs. And if things are planned well, and done with efficiency, it leads to a safer work environment.

What have been your biggest accomplishments on our team?

Despite being with Neyer for a relatively short time, I feel that the biggest accomplishments that I have seen are the positive responses from our clients regarding the work that the group of guys I work with have done. We have turned around accounts and generated more business through our hard work.

What’s the most unique part about working here? 

The most unique thing I have encountered while working at Neyer is the diverse backgrounds and personalities of the great folks that work here. Some wonderfully different individuals that come together every day to reach a common goal.

How have you grown professionally while on our team? 

In my time at Neyer my knowledge of complex building systems has increased greatly. I feel that being surrounded by hard working; highly knowledgeable teammates have pushed my abilities to a new place.

Use 3 words to describe your team.

The three words I would use to describe my BSG team are: Aware, Enabled, Empowered

Describe one of your favorite work memories at Neyer Management.

One of my favorite memories while working at Neyer must be going out for ice cream with Chris Donley for lunch to celebrate my first day at Neyer. It was a small fun gesture that I really appreciated. Ice cream for lunch… what a way to start your tenure at a new company, and a great way to build relationships with new colleagues.

Share the best piece of advice anyone has ever given you. 

Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive.

What did you want to be when you were younger? 

A comic book artist.

What activities do you participate in over the weekend/ what do you like to do for fun?

I play and coach ice hockey, and I am a den leader for my son’s cub scout troop. I just enjoy spending time with my wife and kids.

What’s one thing that has made you smile recently? 

I recently went to the park and was playing in the creek on one of our uncharacteristically warm days with my son Sterling. We were looking for interesting rocks in the creek and splashing and having fun. My son looked up at me and said, “I love you, and I love the forest, and I love my life!” Naturally my heart exploded.

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