Aligning responsibilities and risk by joining the forces that depend so heavily upon each other, benefits all parties – especially the taxpayer.
Together Remotely Video Series – Dallas Wait
In this unprecedented time of social distancing when many of our clients and associates are working remotely, we wanted to spotlight our team members that continue to adapt and better serve our clients.
In the last installment of the video series, Transportation Project Engineer Dallas Wait from our West Palm Beach, FL office tells us how his team members are working together remotely – using technology to communicate and getting used to the new routine of working remotely.
Dallas talks about how his Transportation projects are continuing to move forward, and how communication with clients and team members has changed to make sure everyone is up to speed.
To learn more about Dallas and how he is serving clients remotely, watch the video below!
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