Like most engineers a few months after graduation, my day began by lacing up a pair of boots. Those boots might be planted on a construction site, up on a roof, in a garage, on a swing stage off the side of a building, or anywhere my principal PE told me to be before anyone's coffee could get cold.
However, with six months jeans became khakis, a pair of loafers were always in the trunk ready for next project meeting, and my career as engineering project manager had begun. After being inspired to fill a Carnegie Mellon civil engineering degree with construction management and cost engineering coursework, this is right where I wanted to be.
Within a few years I had completed an MBA and starting a focus on corporate interiors from managing an $80M network administration complex in RDU under guidance of another PE mentor. From there a passion would soon become a profession when I gained my license to practice as civil engineer within a construction management discipline.
Like me, the GPS team will always have people guided by their professional knowledge & expertise, and driven by their passion to use their skills on their client's behalf.