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Heroes in Hard Hats: Meet Senior Mechanical Preconstruction Manager, Kyle Davis

When Senior Mechanical Preconstruction Manager Kyle Davis is working on a project, he talks about every system and element like an old friend – what makes it tick, how to best care for it, and ensuring it’s the right fit for the environment. Davis has amassed a wealth of knowledge in this subject matter throughout […]

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Heroes in Hard Hats: Meet Construction Coordinator, Jon Rowell

Since the birth of the nation, Jon Rowell’s ancestors of nearly every generation have served as American soldiers. Growing up, he felt intense honor, pride and a need to serve his country in the same way. After graduating high school in Raleigh, North Carolina, Rowell enlisted in the Marine Corps and began his lifechanging journey. […]

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