Scott Curcio has worked at Ring’s End for the past 27 years. He began working in what was previously known as the Countertop Shop, fabricating custom countertops. Scott now manages the Millwork and Custom Countertop operations at our 18,000 square foot facility in Milford.
During his time at Ring’s End Scott has seen the company evolve from 3 lumberyards to 8 lumberyards, 10 free-standing paint centers, a commercial paint and lacquer facility, custom millwork shop, a centralized distribution warehouse and an education center. When you make a purchase at any of our stores you’ll see Scott’s fine craftsmanship skills on display as he fabricated and installed all of our sales counters!
FIVE FUN QUESTIONS
1 – What do you remember about your first day and week at Ring’s End?
Honestly, I don’t remember, I had worked for a company that did kitchen design, cabinets, countertops and vanity tops previously, so I am sure that I was very happy to start my tenure at Ring’s End.
2 – What is the best advice you have ever been given?
The best advice I have ever been given, is to try to stay calm because cooler heads always prevail. Staying calm and being honest when you are dealing with a disappointed customer is very important.
3 – If you could have a superpower, what would it be?
If I had a superpower, I would want to be able to clone people.
4 – What 3 words would you use to describe what it has meant to work at Ring’s End?
Really fulfilling. It has given me a lot of experience and I have enjoyed working through the ups and downs, the happy and sad times.
5 – What 3 words would your coworkers use to describe you?
Depends on who you talk to. Hopefully that I am fair, respectful and treat everyone equally.