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Quarter 3 | 2022

TOP 5: Updates from Q3

1. downtown moorhead development

We are so excited to finally unveil the plans in detail for the future vision of the Downtown Moorhead Development.
“Moorhead’s downtown will be revitalized with expanded opportunities for lifestyle, diversity and a growing expressive culture. Roers has unveiled the initial concept plans for the Downtown Moorhead Development project, inspired by a vision of “More to Moorhead.” The reimagined downtown area is the steppingstone for the future growth and value of Moorhead.”
To read up on the original announcement, head to our blog post HERE.
Or you can head to More to Moorhead to check out frequently asked questions, renderings of what the new Downtown Moorhead Development could look like, and more!

2. rpm turnover recap

Here’s a recap from Fargo RPM General Manager, Lindsey O’Driscoll regarding how this year’s turnover went!

“We had a successful turnover 2022. We turned a total of 85 units and our team kicked butt by working together to complete our maintenance, cleaning, painting, carpet cleaning and moving them all in within 48 hours. We could not have done it from the extra hands of all our internal staff that volunteered to help. We had very happy residents and parents as they moved in and we are looking for forward to a successful 2022-2023 leasing year!” 

3. honduras crew joins the team

This quarter, Roers welcomed some help from Honduras to the construction team! RCC and the property management team worked together to get housing set up and Property Ambassador, Alicia Sandoval-Del Rio, assisted with translating.

These guys have been a great addition to the Roers team and we are excited to continue to work with them going into this next quarter.

4. ywca lantern lights project awarded

This project is the renovation of an existing facility into a 23-unit affordable, supportive housing facility. The project also includes office and meeting spaces, a parking lot expansion, and a new storm water system.

Serving over 300 individuals each day, the YWCA goes through a lot of paper products, cleaning supplies, hygiene items, new bras and underwear, household items, and more. You can help them provide for families in need with this quick and easy option!

You can select YWCA Cass Clay as your favorite charity on and Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases every time you shop.

You can read about this project on our site HERE.

5. medora elevator goes live

The Medora experience is something that is meant to be enjoyed by people of all ages and abilities. Access Medora is an ongoing initiative to improve accessibility all over Medora. Our greatest opportunity to make an impact is at the Burning Hills Amphitheatre, where we constructed a high-capacity elevator that can transport guests who are in need of extra assistance, instead of being shuttled up and down the winding walking path. This option is going to make their experience fast, safe, and efficient. The Roers team worked hard to complete this project by this summer of 2022, so that guests were able to have an even better experience at the Medora Amphitheatre.

Read about the project and view photos HERE.



Scroll down to see this quarter’s winners!

Don’t forget to check out the 2021 Annual Award Winners and Years of Service recognition!

Click here to go nominate someone for 2022 Annual Awards!


United Way Campaign

Oct 24 – Nov 4

Halloween PArty

October 27th 

christmas party

December 9th

paid holidays

November 24th & 25th

December 23rd & 26th

annual award submissions due

November 15th

Fall/Winter clothing pop up

Shop the Winter apparel options available NOW through OCTOBER 21st!

**Allow 14-21 days for turnaround time.


Roers employees have the opportunity to refer a potential employee in return for $500, depending on how long they work at Roers. To make a referral, please complete this form and return it, along with a copy of the prospective candidate’s resume, application, or both, to the Human Resources department.

You are eligible for a referral award only when you refer external candidates.

A list of current open positions can be found here.

in the community

wellness committee

The purpose of the Wellness Committee at Roers is to provide our employees education, activities and events related to their personal wellness.  The committee focuses efforts on physical, mental and emotional health.  Some of the areas of focus include:  on-going wellness initiatives, disease prevention, substance usage, weight management, and stress related causes and outcomes. More information on 2023 coming soon!


Roers is proud to be an active part of the communities in which our employees live and work. We believe in building success and strive to make the community and our company competitive and vibrant through giving back monetarily and volunteering. To complete the Roers Charitable Giving Donation Request form, click here.

Safety Snippet

Safety Manager, Mack Buck, is going to keep you all informed on what’s happening in the field safety wise here! 

Click HERE for the new segment!

employee spotlight

new hires

Karen Tovar Serrano



administrative assistant

Michael Miller



PT Shop mechanic

Jesse Stone




Jason Creager

Property Management



years of service

Shelby Barta

Property Management


5 years with roers

Samantha Foell



5 years with roers

Allan Kochmann



5 years with roers

Brian Bjerklie



15 years with roers


Mack Buck



safety manager

Riley Utke



Project manager

Employee interview

Dustin Fischer

Project Manager


get to know him:

1. Introduce yourself (Name, Title, and Length of Time with Roers):

-Dustin Fischer, Project Manager, I have been with Roers for 3 years.

2. What does a day in your role entail?

-Generally, my day starts out with a quick talk about safety and what the plan for the day is. If we have multiple jobs going at the same time I make my rounds early in the morning to make sure everyone is on task. From there I pick a site that needs an extra hand and do what I can do to help out, well at least until the phone rings.

3. What is your favorite core value and why?

-I’d have to say Opportunity. Since I’ve started at Roers the opportunities have been endless. If you’re willing to work hard and put the time in, more opportunities always present themselves.

4. What is a fun fact about you outside of work?

-One fun fact is that I challenged myself to go camping at least 6 times this year, and I’m proud to say that labor day will be the 6th time for the summer, and I’m hoping to get one more trip in.

5. Last but not least, what is your favorite part of your position or working for Roers?

-I would have to say the challenge. Everyday and every phone call there are new challenges. it could be anything from a warranty issue on a prior project or another superintendent needing a few guys sent their way to rally and help out. The best part is having the TEAM needed to tackle any of these challenges that come our way during the day.

Q3 peer recognition award winners

Mack Buck



Safety Manager

Mack has done a wonderful job jumping into the Safety Manager roll. You can tell he is passionate about the safety of all Roers employees. He is willing to listen to plans and ideas, and is thinking of new strategies to make people more involved. He truly seems to want to do what is best for the company, is a team player and is dedicated to the team. As he has spent more time in the office, its been great to watch him take the opportunity to learn as much as he can about this new position and he is always respectful to those around him. It will be exciting to see where he is going to take safety in the future with Roers!

Alicia Sandoval-Del Rio



property ambassador

Alicia was instrumental in assisting RCC when the H2B employees arrived from Honduras. She shows core values of partnership and expertise with her bilingual ability and willingness to travel on a couple occasions to Minneapolis to pick them up, help with their apartments, make phone calls to Honduras before they came, going to the social security office, and just being a good partner in crime through it all. It was great not only working with her, but also getting to know her better. She will be a star in whatever she does in the future!

Samantha Foell



administrative assistant

Sammy always does a great job on taking on projects and helping multiple team members/departments when needed. She manages her time to be effective and productive. She is willing to help cover wherever needed and does a lot of tasks that help alleviate the tasks on others plates. She always has a smiling face and a kind work to greet people. Her friendly, positive attitude doesn’t go unnoticed and is a great first impression for Roers to have.

Jeff Ekeren



construction laborer

Jeff is a notable safe employee. He follows the rules and understands shy they are in place. He’s not too proud to assess the risks and complete the task with the safest approach. When he’s operating equipment, the crew trusts him. Fear isn’t present when he’s at the controls, because the team knows he’s got their safety in mind.

ring the bell

If you heard some cow bell ringing lately, it is because of the celebration of new business roers has recently been awarded.

MN national guard

Moorhead, MN

newman townhomes

Fargo, ND

Metro reinvent

Fargo, ND

Dickinson Hockey Locker rooms

Dickinson, ND


Check out how our employees have been living out our core values at work!


believe all possibilities are endless.


do the right thing.


keep learning


providing premier service.


give back & give often.


trust that long-term relationships matter.

"I was given the “opportunity” to do some of Angie’s duties while she was on maternity leave and I was able to learn a lot from the experience." - Dee G.
I think everyone here shows respect to each other, in so many ways, in talking with each other, being respectful of people’s time, being polite, opening doors, saying hello (good morning, good afternoon and good night), and truly listening to each other." - Beth B.
I see this daily in many people in the office and I am sure there are many in the field I just don’t see them. I am still learning so I don’t have expertise on my position but have great co workers/bosses that are here to help. So it is my mission to acquire expertise in my job." -Debbie B.
"I'm able to do this daily! I work with so many different people and it's always my goal to provide a premier experience and give great customer service to everyone I come in contact with." - Sammy F.
"I love that Roers stays so involved in the community. You see this with our participation in things like Giving Hearts Day, ringing the bells around the holidays, and volunteer opportunities throughout the year." - tyler M.
RIGHT before turnover and as we were getting new temporary staffing, Jared DeLaurier in construction was AMAZING to work with with our property management team. He was put in charge of the Newman job site while Rick B was gone on vacation. If we had an issue with Subs parking in areas we needed free & clear for residents, he was right there to talk with them and get them moved. He regularly checked in with us on other projects we needed completed from the construction side and was a great partner during a stressful season." - Shelby B.

Coming soon!


Check out the fun and exciting things our employees feel like bragging about from this quarter!


Here is an opportunity to share something you are excited about happening outside of work. 

New baby? 

Kids sports team win? 

A fun action shot with friends?

New puppy?

Anything you feel like mentioning and bragging about, send it our way!

Submit your "brags" to brenna at

Stay tuned for next quarter's newsletter!