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WGI Unleashed Podcast Episode 35 – Megan Amitrano, Graduate Engineer

On this episode of WGI Unleashed, we get to know Megan Amitrano, a Graduate Engineer from our San Antonio, TX office.
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On this episode, we talk with Megan Amitrano who was more than excited to be a guest on the Unleashed podcast. Megan is a Graduate Engineer for our Civil Engineering team in our San Antonio office. She has been with WGI for over three years and counting!

Megan has contributed to a wide range of demanding projects from large-scale commercial mixed-use developments to smaller urban infill projects. As a Graduate Engineer, Megan provides thoughtful consulting and technical design perspectives to protect and preserve the interest of both the private and public sectors so that new and/or rehabilitated developments can best serve the community in which they are in.

Megan discusses her love for San Antonio, her life growing up living in Japan and Texas, and her Basset Hound during this episode! She also was able to stump our hosts, Kelly Daacon and Ashley Weldon in the “Two Truths and A Lie” segment of our show with some witty statements.

Get to know more about Megan when you listen to the full episode!

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