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Chris Wild  

RICKY LANGLEY, PE

What inspired you to choose your career path?
I spent a summer helping my friend build his new home. I was working with wood and concrete and noticed how the materials reacted and became very interested in the structural aspects of framing the house. Also, I pursued electrical engineering for two years until I took a Networks course and realized it wasn’t what I really wanted to do. Electrical engineering is very theoretical and not as easy to visualize as civil engineering.

What do you enjoy most about your job?
The people I work with and the ever-changing challenges of the day.  No two days are ever the same. When working as a CEI in construction the problems are always changing as the locations, circumstances, materials, existing conditions, conflicts, people, agencies, utilities, property owners, businesses, etc. are always different, along with construction approach and technologies in the field.

What are you most passionate about?
My faith in God, my family and helping people become the best they can be. It’s about helping individuals to grow in their positions and as a person by either providing advice, information, challenges, opportunities, training recognition and building up the individuals confidence to exceed where they may have never thought they could.  I believe leadership skills are an important part of everyone’s life as most all people are in leadership roles in one form or another, either on the job or in their own personal lives.  I try to help develop leadership skills in these individuals to find success in their endeavors.

What is your greatest challenge?
To always strive to do or be better at whatever I am doing, oh, and teenage daughters (did I say that out loud?).

Name an important “lessons learned” moment you have experienced.
Life by the mile is a trial, life by the yard is hard, but life by the inch is a cinch.  When burdened with life’s challenges, take them a day at a time or hour at a time if needed.  Worrying about tomorrow or any other day thereafter does you no good and still will not fix it.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
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