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McGill Virtual Christmas Party

Traditions Continue

2020 has brought many challenges for everyone. As we navigate this new territory, we search for ways to stay close to each other in a social-distanced world. This year at McGill, we found a solution to bring everyone together and celebrate the holidays in a safe and fun way – a virtual Christmas party! In previous years, the whole McGill team has met for the annual Christmas party in Asheville, but this year, although we did not meet in person, we maintained our traditions, family environment, and holiday spirit.

Christmas Party Cover PageKeeping up with tradition, we were able to get to know one another better throughout our offices with our new hire trivia game. Although we are separated, we familiarized ourselves with new people in an interesting way.

Going from the newest employees to the most tenured, we also highlighted and honored employees with 10, 20, and 30 years at McGill. These employees were presented with an award and company-wide recognition for their years of service. We applaud these employees for their commitment and achievement!

Ten Years of Service:

Brian Moseman, Electrical Engineering Technician
Scott Burwell, PE, Civil / Solid Waste Senior Project Manager
Ben Cathey, PE, Civil / Solid Waste Practice Area Lead

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Twenty Years of Service:

Jeff Bishop
Jeff Bishop, PE, Civil / Solid Waste Senior Project Manager
Dave Pasko
Dave Pasko, Civil / Solid Waste Planner
Rebecca Brookshire-Webb, Water / Wastewater Engineering Technician
Rebecca Brookshire-Webb, Water / Wastewater Engineering Technician
Doug Chapman, Principal / Hickory Office Manager
Doug Chapman, PE, Principal / Hickory Office Manager

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thirty Years of Service:

Joel Storrow, Principal / Past President
Joel Storrow, PE,  Principal / Past President

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Electrical Team at virtual Christmas PartyThrough a year of change, we were also able to celebrate new additions to the family. 2020 saw the birth of 4 new McGill babies. These new lives give us all a little joy and reason to see the silver lining of the year.

Another annual tradition to celebrate the holidays is our Christmas photo contest. Last year, the Hickory office stole the show through its Hee Haw themed group photo. We upped the ante this year by providing strict guidelines to keep safety measures in place and by incorporating a food drive for local charities. Food donations were made to the following charities:

Although everyone is a winner by helping those in need, Asheville took home the bragging rights for 2021 with their creative photo.

As we wrap up a year of changes and a new normal, McGill continues to keep a focus on building relationships with clients, communities, and each other. We hope to see 2021 as a year of growth, positivity, and health.

 

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