Reuben Haught has passed the P.E. exam.
Doug Batt has accepted the new role of Lead Associate, Geotechnical Services Group in Ohio. He will continue his role of Cincinnati Branch Manager as well as coordinate efforts of Ohio Geotechnical Managers in Business Development, Operations, and Financial Management.
We do some pretty good things! We like to recognize our employee-owners. Check out all of our accolades and wow points!
WOW Points: Department Managers and Branch Managers give WOW points to employees who they feel deserves extra recognition. These employees go above and beyond their call of duty to provide excellent service to their clients and coworkers. Congratulations to the following WOW Point recipients:
Gregory Foreman, Bipender Jindal, Joshua Williams, and Matthew McClelland, for consistently submitting their timesheets in a timely manner and without using the unlock button.
Ty Gehle, Khaled Armoush, and Billy Smith, for stepping up and taking ownership by cleaning the debris from around the Wapakoneta office due to major flooding in the area.
David Farley, who after working a full day in one office agreed to help another office in need of a technician to cover a project that started at midnight that evening. Thanks for your knowledge, teamwork, and work ethic.
Bailey Allen, for increasing his responsibilities since hired and for excellent team management on a project. He coordinated multiple testing crews from his and other offices, organized equipment, and handled all paperwork, all while working double shifts, making him vital to the success of the project.
James Grisham, for comments received from a client that he did a wonderful job and went the extra mile. He was knowledgeable, professional, and friendly.
JB Chambers, for his attention to detail in finding a problem with a drawing that was incorrect. The client was very appreciative.
Hillary Cale and Millard “Bucky” Nicholson, Jr., for doing an excellent job working together remotely with field recording data, writing portions of final reports, and photo logs. They both possess professionalism, efficiency, and drive.
Larry Holly, for thinking quickly on his feet and diverting a disaster when he found the mulch around the Columbus office building had caught on fire. He investigated and was able to put the fire out.