February marked Keith Parker’s 20-year anniversary with Campos! Keith has always been a team player. In his tenure, he has mentored younger staff, pitched new ideas, and provided construction administration and commissioning services. Thank you, Keith, for the many ways you contribute to our success.
There have also been some well-deserved promotions to celebrate. Fred Crabtree, PE, has been promoted to Mechanical Department Leader. Fred ensures that our team is well qualified to meet project requirements, and that our clients receive the highest quality project management and documentation. Holly Scudder also celebrated her promotion to Marketing Manager. She has focused on the firm’s marketing practices for 5 years. In her new role, she takes her knowledge of our services and expands our brand presence in the A/E/C industry.
Project Leader, Trevor Egan, has passed his Fundamentals of Engineering Exam. He is now an E.I.T.! In his first year at Campos, Trevor has led testing, adjusting and balancing (TAB) work at variety of project types – K-12 and higher education campuses, distinguished office towers and notable hotels.
In project news, Campos has been assessing MEP systems and helping our client prepare for an expansion of the Brazos County Juvenile Detention Center in Bryan, Texas. Also, our TAB team has been working on the McKinney & Olive Building. This 530,000 SF project with a sheer glass façade will be offering premier office, retail and restaurant space in Dallas’ Uptown district.