MSKTD Fort Wayne staff are in the Halloween spirit today.“Jim” led a short staff meeting this morning (eerie how he can be in 2 places at one time); the Travelocity Gnome has been carried all over the office; Father Gary’s ears are burning from hearing confessions; our Pirate Wench has inspired lots of “Aarrrghs!”; the Unknown Colts Fan is hiding out in Structural; our Hippie must have raided some of our closets; the Mummy has left a paper trail thru the mechanical department; Farmer Cris came in from rural Ohio; marketing has gone Rasta; Dorothy is leaving Oz; our Biker Babe has had no trouble getting the Project Managers to do billings, and the witches hats & brooms are ready for take-off in administrative quad…Thanks to Amber & Joleen for organizing a fun morning and treats for all. Prize winning contestants are: 2nd runner up – Wench Amy; 1st runner up – Gnome Mandy and our grand prize winner – Biker Babe Jan! Not sure if it’s the tatoos or the piercings that led her to victory…
Archive for October, 2011
MSKTD architect Adam Weesner participated in Fort Wayne Community Schools “Principal for a Day” program on Wednesday, October 19th. Adam was assigned to Northwood Middle School and reports that it was a fun and enlightening day. He would like to thank Principal Swinford, Assistant Principal Froning, students and staff for their hospitality.Must say, something rubbed off on him. Adam took attendance at the office on Thursday morning and cited Kratzat for a dress code violation…..
Jerry Noble, Mark Joseph & Mandy Bordeaux traveled to Warsaw Thursday, October 6th for the dedication of the beautiful new Ivy Tech Warsaw Campus. Honored guest at the occasion was former First Lady Laura Bush.The new campus near US 30 on the city’s northwest side is designed for future expansion. The 43,000 sf environmentally friendly building features classrooms, computer labs, distance learning rooms, student commons, bookstore and virtual library. LEED Silver certification is being pursued.Team members include L’Acquis Consulting Engineers and The Hagerman Group.
MSKTD staff never cease to surprise. I mean, I’m used to architect/principal Nick Slater being mentioned in news articles for one of his projects like Lutheran Hospital’s 5th Floor vertical expansion or Jay County Hospital’s addition… but the Living section? Amazing how 3 kids change your life!Scroll down the article and check out Nick’s crockpot dinner recipes in the October 6th edition of the Indianapolis Star’s Living section.Personal note: Nick, where were these cooking talents when I needed them for Open House?!!!