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Meet Bob Tober from our Chicago office! Bob joined WGI in early 2018 after spending more than 32 years at a competitor firm. He is involved in the restoration side of our business and is using the experience gained from working on both the consulting and contracting side of the industry to exceed expectations at WGI.
Earlier in his career, Bob lived in Iowa, Missouri, Texas, Georgia and Maryland while working on various projects, before moving back to Chicago. Bob is a civil engineering graduate from the University of Illinois and can often be found on a golf course in his free time. Bob and his wife Sherry have a daughter living in Chicago, a son in Los Angeles, and recently became grandparents for the first time. For that reason, Bob is looking for restoration opportunities in southern California!
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