Staff Spotlight


Andrew Riddle, PLS - Surveying

 

What’s the most rewarding thing about your job?
Typically the surveyors are the first to visit the project site, performing topography or property work for design. At the end of the project, they are the last to be there, performing as-builts after construction. It is very rewarding to see a project from Preliminary Design through Construction. Also, I enjoy the people I work for and with.

 

Andrew RiddleWhy did you choose this profession?
With my father being an architect and plans always sitting around me as a child, I was intrigued about the whole process of how things were designed and built. I really think the profession chose me.

 

People don’t know...
I’m a singer in a rock band and I used to surf in my younger days.

Extracurricular activities? I enjoy spending time with friends and family and movie nights with the kids.

 

What’s tops on your bucket list?
Traveling the world. I would love to see Australia and parts of Europe.

 

You in a nutshell?
I am straightforward and don’t like beating around the bush. I have an open mind to try new things, but I still think there is a way to do things and a way not to.

I’m still trying to figure out what nutshell I fit into.

 

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