There are 3 ways to submit a C5 nomination:

  1. Fill out the following web form and click “submit” below. Please attach any applicable photos before sending.
  2. Download the PDF version, fill out and submit a hard copy form. Please mail the completed form to Tonya Dittman at Miron’s corporate office in Neenah.
  3. Download the PDF version, fill out and scan in a hard copy. The completed form and any applicable photos should be emailed to [email protected].

    Questions? Please contact Tonya Dittman at 920.969.7092

C5 is Miron’s process for understanding who our clients are on the deepest level. 

Who are they personally? What is driving their project? 

C5 is a philosophy and an approach that helps us understand both. With C5, we can uncover personal and project drivers.

It’s important to remember that we all have clients internal and external. Whether you work primarily with internal (Miron co-workers) or external clients, caring about all of our clients, capturing what is important to them, and serving their unique needs is what sets Miron apart.

Miron employs C5 to ensure that we connect with individuals in meaningful ways. We expect our team members to CAPTURE their clients’ drivers, CREATE customized solutions, and ultimately CONSTRUCT tangible results linked to those drivers. As a team, we continually COMMUNICATE and CONFIRM with our clients, making sure their original vision and project drivers are always met.

As a way to encourage the C5 philosophy and share real life examples of it at work, we are kicking off the new Miron Construction C5 Recognition Program.

This program will serve as a way to honor individuals for instances where their passion has helped others and their use of C5 has made a difference. To do this, we will be enlisting your assistance.

Individuals are encouraged to nominate themselves or fellow employees as “Miron C5 Champions” by filling out a simple form on the Intranet, and providing a brief description of why the individual deserves to be honored.

Upon recognition, each C5 Champion will receive a C5 sticker to place on his/her hard hat and a personalized thank you note from David G. Voss, Jr. and Tim Kippenhan. In addition, the champion’s story may also be shared at a M.O.R.E. meeting, because let’s face it, the best way to celebrate and communicate C5 successes is to share them with fellow team members. This way, we can all participate in helping bring our clients’, communities’, and each other’s dreams to life.

The success of this program depends completely on members of our team. It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day projects and paperwork, so it’s vital to the spirit of our organization to take time out to recognize employees who successfully bring C5 to life.