23 Jul 2012

At the beginning of 2012, we decided we really wanted to find a way to honor some of our team members who really work hard for the success of ONEsource, and for our customers. What we came up with is the “ONEsource1.” The award is presented each quarter at our company meeting.

quality control atlantaFor the first quarter of 2012, the award was presented to Jack Noonan. Jack has over 30 years of experience, and is our Director of Architecture Production and Quality Control. Jack’s in-depth knowledge of the design and construction process enables him to analyze and resolve challenges before they negatively impact the project. In addition to being excellent at his job, Jack is our resident music expert. He is always loaning out albums to other people in the office, and loves to talk about his favorite music artists. He keeps us all educated on what’s going on with the music scene.

construction Superintendent atlantaFor the second quarter, the award was presented to Ted Olsen. Ted is on our Plumrose site right now, and is doing an excellent job there. With over 20 years of experience, Ted has gained a reputation for being excellent in organization, coordination and quality construction. Ted also does a great job keeping everyone in Atlanta up to date on what is going on at the job site by uploading photos each week. Ted is a great photographer, and has taken almost 3,000 photos on the Plumrose site alone!We are so fortunate to have these, and other, great team members on board. Join us in congratulating them on a job well done!

For the third quarter, the award was presented to Emily Kovitch. Emily is the right hand woman in our accounting department, and is the most joyful and hard working person in the office! She does everything with a smile on her face, and goes out of her way to help anyone that needs it. We are so lucky to have Emily on our team.

David EdwardsThe fourth quarter ONEsource 1 was awarded to David Edwards, our lead civil engineer. David’s award-winning career most recently includes being named an American Council of Engineering Companies (Georgia) finalist for his work on the Georgia Tech Clough Commons Cistern, as well as receiving an honor award for theGeorgia Tech Kessler Campanile Fountain Restoration. David and his family reside in Canton. When at work, David strives to be innovative to better serve client needs. When not a work, David enjoys; spending time with his family, cooking, making furniture and riding his motorcycle. Being raised on a farm in middle Georgia, scenic rides in the country is always a favorite.

We are so fortunate to have these, and other, great team members on board. Join us in congratulating them on a job well done!

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