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Employee Spotlight: Eric Vance

Posted by Seth Morin on Thursday, February 06, 2020 @ 10:00 AM

Wessler is excited to announce Eric Vance as the subject of this month's Employee Spotlight! Eric joined Wessler in 2018 and serves as a resident project representative in our construction services group. He has 18 years of experience in the industry, overseeing both public and private water infrastructure projects.

We asked Eric some questions so we all can get to know him better. Congrats,Eric!

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Tags: community reputation, community, construction, community connection, civil engineering, Wessler, Inspections

Four Keys to Proper Construction Observation and RPR Work

Posted by Kellen Hurst on Thursday, August 01, 2019 @ 10:00 AM

Construction observation should be performed by a qualified Resident Project Representative (RPR). The duties and responsibilities of an on-site RPR vary greatly depending on the project and needs of the client. In this month's blog, we focus on four important duties and responsibilities typically provided by an on-site RPR.

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Tags: community reputation, community, construction, construction administration, community connection, civil engineering, Wessler

How to Avoid Destroying Your Reputation in Your Community

Posted by Kathy Broughton on Thursday, March 27, 2014 @ 08:09 AM

Have you ever read something where you were so distracted by the grammatical errors and misspellings that you lost track of the message? As a result, what was your impression of the author or company?

Whether you are a business owner, an employee, or a public servant, you have worked very hard to build and maintain a solid reputation. Unfortunately, oftentimes less effort is put into written communications, which results in unintentional and embarrassing errors, causing the reader to wonder if you also lack attention to detail in your work product. The effect could lead to a damaged reputation.

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Tags: community reputation, grammatical errors, proofreading


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