Who we are


Chexsys’s core ideology is a combination of the firm’s purpose, Building Value with Values, its core values, We Care, We Share, We Invest, We Grow, and its WIN3 management philosophy that balances the needs of the client, the individual and the firm. This core ideology is simple and powerful. It is at the immutable center of the firm. It defines our values code. In the broadest context, building is what we do and builders are what we are. We choose to build significant and lasting value for our clients and ourselves by applying integrity and demonstrating the highest levels of professionalism in everything we do. Our results are defined by and valued for their ethical standards.


Our purpose is Building Value with Values. We choose to build as a team, and we have high expectations for the significance, creative excellence and value of what we build. We build for the benefit of our end-user clients, our communities, our professions and ourselves. The act of building, in and of itself, offers each of us great intrinsic rewards. It also gives us meaning and purpose. The way we build is with integrity at all levels.
There are four core values that ground the firm:
  • We Care, 
  • We Share, 
  • We Invest, 
  • We Grow.
WIN³ is the philosophy that Chexsys management has chosen as its guide. This philosophy defines the manner in which the firm will function on a daily basis. While there is no universally “right” philosophy, the WIN³ philosophy is seen as the most effective and efficient means to attain our vision of a firm with strong integrity. The WIN³ management philosophy defines success as having a thorough understanding and being responsive to the needs of the client, the individual and the firm. It submits that the best management decisions at all levels will be made when the benefits to all three of these stakeholders are maximized. In the short term, it is expected that one or more stakeholders’ needs may take precedence, but over the longer term, success is defined as exceeding the expectations of all three stakeholders in satisfying their needs. Neither the client’s, the individual’s nor the firm’s needs are more important based on their inherent nature. There is no hierarchy among the needs of these three.