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"A building is like the human body – it’s made up of different components, but everything is connected."
"I have been fortunate to work with some brilliant technical experts during my career."
"I love what I do. I’m a building doctor; I fix buildings with problems."
"I love working with people who approach problem solving in completely different ways."
"Having grown my career with Halsall, I’m completely committed to the company and culture."
"Life is too short to spend time doing something you don’t love."
"I revel in the discovery of new experiences and the excitement of sharing them with others."
"The relationships I’ve developed in my career -- whether with clients or colleagues -- provide me with the greatest rewards."
"As engineers, we have an obligation to change the building industry so it becomes more sustainable."
"We’re facing a problem around resource depletion and climate change, and I think the solution lies in redefining individual success."
"I became a structural engineer because I’ve always enjoyed building things –I love imagining something in my mind and figuring out a way to build it."
"I feel that what we do has purpose, and we have an opportunity to make positive changes to the places where we work, live and play."
"I like to think that inspecting a building is like forensic architecture - two really cool fields in one!"
"I love Halsall’s focus on building great careers for its people. It’s not just talk, but something that really permeates all aspects of how we do business."
"I draw from my experiences from working on the contracting side and from running my own business."
"Experience has taught me that people (clients and employees alike) on both sides of the Atlantic trust those who care about their needs and offer them value."
"I love working with a team to identify what needs to get done, and then putting a plan in place to execute it."