August marked the start of another school year, and the beginning of new opportunities. That is also true at Campos where we have been welcoming new members to the team and finding more ways to support the communities where we work and live.
You may have noticed that our President, Tony Casagrande, PE, CPMP, has recently completed a series of LinkedIn posts about the 10 Guiding Principles that make Campos an amazing place to work. (Check them out here) When we have the chance to include more members into our family, we have the good fortune of further instilling these 10 Principles.
Hiring is only one new experience we are bringing to the table. Campos’ MEP design team and commissioning team have been involved in high profile projects that are being very well received by our clients. First, Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport introduced passengers to the fully renovated Terminal E. Renovation of the 1.2 million SF space improves a traveler’s experience through expanded security checkpoints, reconfigured ticket counters, open and well-lit space, and enhanced concessions. Campos was responsible for the assessment and replacement of electrical and plumbing systems to support the updated environment.
Also in August, our Fort Worth commissioning team, a part of Campos’ field services group, began working on the new Leo Adams Middle School in Haslet. This school will be part of the Northwest Independent School District, which has grown to 20,000 students and is projected to climb to 30,000 in the next 10 years. Prior to the final steel bam being placed on the roof, the District hosted a ceremony with school board members to commemorate the new school, which is named after the former Justin, Texas mayor.