We welcomed customers, vendors and partners to our Open House, held on Thursday, July 12, to showcase our new office renovation. Guests toured our engineering offices, café, hub room, huddle room, and fleet area to see our recent upgrades. Each group contributed to the hospitality provided in their own unique way. A major hit was the Technology Group’s walk-the-plank, a 3D virtual reality experience of walking between two high-rise buildings. The Service and Life Safety Group had a luau in their area, complete with frozen margaritas. The IT Group celebrated Tampa Bay craft breweries with a selection of local beers. Our Fleet Group shared a dunk tank and everyone enjoyed trying to send Sam Barber plummeting into the water. Human Resources wowed with a functioning Tesla coil.
Delicious catering for this event was provided by Bascom’s Chop House. We’d like to thank Chef Paul Bullard and his staff for the fantastic appetizers—spring rolls, meatballs, bacon-wrapped scallops and more. The spectacular three-tiered, lighted ice sculpture garnished with shrimp and seaweed was the centerpiece of the café. Guests went home with a premium box of chocolates from Norman Love Confections.
Our guests shared the following comments about the Open House:
Thank you to everyone who attended and to those who made this evening possible, including Steve Tallyn, Rachel Kotsch, Charmin Henley, Kim Barber, Carol Quiroz, and Jessica Griffith. This was another event to remember!