Bolstering its team of local professionals, Blair Construction announced the addition of Altavista, Virginia native Peyton Hogan as accounts payable and payroll administrator.
Since joining Blair in March of 2023, Hogan has overseen the payroll process for Blair Construction while also managing accounting records and business transactions, working with project managers on vendor and data management, and performing other administrative duties.
Hogan has held administrative assistant and payroll management positions at a number of businesses in Virginia, including, most recently, Moore’s Electrical & Mechanical in Altavista, VA. She has also held administrative posts at Kelly Services in Lynchburg and Valtim Marketing Solutions in Forest, VA. She has also served as a certified nurse aide at Centra Health in Lynchburg.
“What I like most about working at Blair is the ‘get it done’ attitude but also the willingness to lend a helping hand when needed,” Hogan said. “I have yet to see anyone in this company act like a task is below or above their job duties. Everyone here works really hard, and you can pick up on the strong work ethics and positive attitude within minutes of walking in the front doors. I have felt very welcomed by everyone here”.
“Blair also sticks true to their values of being family, Christian-led people. There is no better feeling than to work for a company you know is honest and truly cares about the daily efforts that its people pour into making Blair Construction a successful business.”
A graduate of the combined Altavista High School and Faith Christian Academy in Hurt, VA, Hogan is also a certified nurse aide and volunteered as the director and chair of the Altavista Area Chamber of Commerce’s finance committee.
“As our payroll administrator, Peyton comes into contact with nearly every one of our employees on a weekly basis. It’s a crucial role for our company that requires a person with strong people skills, impeccable organization, and high character, and that is Peyton to a T,” said Blair Construction President Tim Clark.