A Message from Bob Taylor
Bob Taylor, President
Bob Taylor Engineering, Inc
News from Bob Taylor Engineering, Inc.
As we enjoy these last glorious days of Fall and the calendar inches towards Winter, we at Bob Taylor Engineering, Inc. are experiencing one of our most active periods ever.
Five new projects--the Living Hope Church, the Patuxent River Navy Excahnge, Fairway Village, FDR Boulevard Phase IC, and the Hollywood Medical Center--have kept the BTE staff humming these past few months, providing concrete, asphalt, and soil compaction services.
During the summer months, three industrious interns helped in moving our projects forward while honing their own professional skills in the construction industry. Jamilla Gallman, an engineering student at UMCP; Ben Bringle, an undergraduate student at Colorado State University; and Brendan Cain, an undergraduate at UMBC, made valuable contributions, while assisting our full-time staff. While we have said good-bye to our Summer Interns, BTE is pleased to welcome Lab Technician Cory Trossbach to our testing staff. Visit our website at www.bobtaylorengineering.com to learn more about our new employee.
In our constant quest to deliver the highest quality construction and inspection testing services to our clients, BTE employees regularly enroll in professional development programs to enhance their skills and to earn certification or recertification for various industry practices. This summer the American Concrete Institute (ACI) awarded recertification to Joe Taylor, Billy Doughty, Chad Carpenter, Charles Grimm, and to me for a 5 year term though 2022. You can be assured that when you call for BTE's services, you will receive personal service from highly qualified engineering professionals.
As you know, Fall in St. Mary's County is not only beautiful for its brilliant foliage, but also for its caring community, alive with many fairs, concerts, galas and fundraising events that focus on providing necessities to the hungry, the homeless, the young, the elderly, those who suffer from physical or emotional illness, those who are disabled, addicted, crime victims, our veterans and their families--anyone who needs a helping hand. My family and I encourage you to attend one or more of these events to support those in need. As we enjoy the bounty of our fields and the fruits of our own labors, we are acutely aware that there is no shortage of need around us.
This Fall, Bob Taylor Engineering, Inc. is pleased to sponsor the Three Oaks Center Harvest Ball, Bluegrass for Hospice, and Hospice's Festival of Trees. Giving back to the community is one of our guiding principles. At BTE, we are not only committed to building and a developing a quality home town community, we are also committed to building and sustaining a Christian community that works and serves for the greater good of all.
Let's build our community together! BTE's expert team can support whatever you are building with our in-depth geo-technical engineering materials testing and inspection services. Call us today at 301-862-4300.