Based out of our Cary headquarters, Mark’s duties will include construction inspection, contract administration, contract documents, pavement repair surveys, and pavement condition surveys. Additionally, Mark will focus on customer service and communication, helping our clients better understand and maximize their asset management projects.
“I’m so excited to be joining WithersRavenel and the Funding and Asset Management team,” Mark said. “I look forward to learning from the team and also sharing my knowledge with our clients. With almost 15 years in quality control, I’d like to assure our clients they will receive a quality product and quality results.”
As our pavement and asset management service offerings and client list continue to expand, Mark’s years of experience as a roadway technician and in quality assurance will benefit our clients.
Would you like to put Mark and WithersRavenel’s pavement and asset management staff to work for you? Contact Director of Pavement Management Steve Lander at 919-238-0380 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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