2016

December 28, 2016By Bob W.20th Anniversary, News No Comments

This last week of December, the office is unusually quiet.  The phones are not ringing, people are not lined up at my office door, and even email activity is at a minimum.  It seems to be the perfect time to reflect on this past year, our 20th, and to consider how fast the time has…

The Va Tech Co-Op Program Introduces Me to Consulting Engineering!

December 20, 2016By Ranger TurnerHuman Resources, News No Comments

Over the last seven months I’ve worked in Fairfax Virginia at William’s Notaro & Associates, a mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering and consulting firm.  I joined the firm as a co-op student through Virginia Tech’s Cooperative Education & Internship Program.  At the time, I couldn’t find student reviews of similar MEP consulting internships.  As…

If Walls Could Talk

December 13, 2016By LisaNews No Comments

In 2016, The Washington Post left the building that was its home for over half a century and moved to greener pastures. The old building at 1150 15th St. NW was where Princess Diana came to see her friend Katherine Graham and where presidents and prime ministers pushed their issues with editorial writers. This is…

A Building Appears!

December 5, 2016By Bob W.Job Site Visits, Project Updates No Comments

NFCU Campus Development – Vienna, Virginia Headed over to the NFCU Campus Development job site this afternoon for a meeting with the lead commissioning engineer.  We had a productive meeting regarding the preparation for the commissioning efforts and then took a few minutes to check out the progress on the site. The main roof slab…