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Published on April 29th, 2017 | by Five Hundo


Ann Madley of Lexington, Maine

Ann Madley, Lexington Maine of Adams General Construction

Ann Madley of Lexington, Maine has worked for Adams General Construction for the last 20 years ago with a goal of constructing quality design and renovations that are fitting to New England style homes .

Where were you born?

I was born, grew and raised up in Lexington, Maine, the same community that I live and practice my career in building. This allows me to give back to the community that modeled me into an entrepreneur.

I like spending quality time with my friends and family members. Also, I love traveling, nature and adventure. I enjoy hiking up in the mountains in the company of my family or friends. I plan for trips to places when I am free and going to Nantucket, Massachusetts in the summer time.

What’s your favorite type of food?

Japanese cuisine is my favorite food. Specifically, I like sushi rolls. I always visit Japanese restaurants to try any available sushi rolls.

What are your aspirations in life?

To do more traveling outside of the U.S.A.

What is your favorite thing about working in your industry?

The most favorite thing concerning working in the construction sector is the satisfaction I receive after meeting client’s needs and requirements.

What’s your favorite T.V. show?

I rarely watch television. However, I have to admit that I like “Shark Tank” occasional episode on CNBC. It is interesting to watch the evaluative process unfold, particularly when it comes to decisions making and their consequences to the parties.

What’s the best advice you ever received?

When I was in school, I was advised to pursue anything I want with a lot of seriousness. Decades later, I am applying the same principle to manage my company.

What’s one thing you’ve learned since you started your career?

Any business can only thrive if its clients are satisfied. It is an approach that we use at Adams to achieve the company’s goals.

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