Tony’s role at Falcon: Construction Inspector
Tell us something that might surprise us about you?
I rarely watch sports apart from social gatherings, but I love watching anime with a passion!
What’s the weirdest job you’ve ever had?
I worked in a chicken plant right before going to college and during a couple of my summer breaks. My position was “shoulder cutter.” It was not a great job.
What is the one thing you couldn’t live without?
The Internet without a doubt.
What are three career lessons you’ve learned so far?
1. You never stop learning.
2. It takes knowledge of technical literature as well as hands on experience to excel in this field.
3. Mistakes are unavoidable, but can be used as a tool to learn.
What do you enjoy most about working at Falcon?
I would have to say the people of Falcon. Everyone I interact with here at Falcon is easy going, so it makes for an awesome work environment. I am confident that if a problem should arise, there would be no issue for me to seek and find help on any given situation.
“Tony joined Falcon a little over a year ago and has quickly become an integral part of the CMT/SI Department. Tony took on the challenge of learning a new role as Lead Construction Inspector for one of our biggest clients/projects to date – Parsons/RDU Airport. Because of his dedication and superior work ethic, the day-to-day operations of our work at RDU runs smoothly and efficiently. Tony is a pleasure to work with and continually motivates his peers to do their best work.” – Patrick Clark, Construction Services Manager