FACILITY DESIGN & SUPPLY Done Differently.

I guess we’re old school.

We believe passion and pride in our work

is what made America great.

So we do our best to live by cowboy rules.

Cowboy Ethics:

The CODE of the WEST*

1. LIVE EVERY DAY WITH COURAGE

Real courage is being scared to death and saddling up anyway. A cowboy finds out how much a mere human can do, and then he does a little more.

2. TAKE PRIDE IN YOUR WORK

A cowboy believes anything worth doing is worth doing well. So, if there is a job that needs doing, a cowboy is obliged to do it, and do it the best he can. Cowboying doesn’t build character, it reveals it.

3. ALWAYS FINISH WHAT YOU START

From the classic John Wayne western Red River, “Nobody has to come along. We’ll still have a job for you when we get back. But remember this: every man who signs on for the drive agrees to finish it. There will be no quitting along the way. Not by me. Not by you.” In other words, it’s time to cowboy up.

4. DO WHAT HAS TO BE DONE

It’s not always easy to do the right thing, but nobody said it would be. The true test of a man’s honor was how much he would risk to keep it intact.

5. BE TOUGH, BUT BE FAIR

The golden rule was nothing less than a key to survival. To know what’s fair, just ask yourself how would I want to be treated. We want to treat you like a best friend or respected member of our family.

6. WHEN YOU MAKE A PROMISE, KEEP IT

A man is only as good as his word. We promise to be someone you can trust and someone you can always count on.

7. RIDE FOR THE BRAND

The cowboy’s greatest devotion was to his calling and his way of life.

8. TALK LESS AND SAY MORE

A cowboy believes in plain talk and telling it to you straight. And when there’s nothing more to say, don’t be saying it.

9. REMEMBER THAT SOME THINGS AREN’T FOR SALE

To the cowboy, the best things in life aren’t “things.”

10. KNOW WHERE TO DRAW THE LINE

There’s right and there’s wrong and nothing in between.

* As written by James P. Owen in Cowboy Ethics.