Danny Perkins | Superintendent
“When I joined the Marine Corps, I was not thinking of the impact it would have on my life but the impact my life could have on others. My unit was small with 300 marines – a special operation unit Marine Recon. The camaraderie and brotherhood we developed turned into what is now an extended lifelong family. The lessons we learned and the commitment we had to each other brought home the motto of Duty Honor – commitment, integrity, and loyalty are not just words to us.
I am privileged, I am honored, I am thankful to have served our country and our people. The greatest job I ever had!”
Camber Urban | Executive Assistant/Project Coordinator
“To me, being a veteran means I had the honor of serving my country. I learned how big the world really is and how every small piece is crucial to the bigger picture.”
Jason Atherton | Vice President of Construction Operations
“For me, it is the friendships that I developed. Nowadays kids can play video games and connect with other kids across the country. Back in my day, to meet new people from different states, you either had to move or join the service. The service allowed me to develop friendships with people from all over the country.”