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Mr. Jefferson Thao, P.E., M.ASCE

McClone Construction Company

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Mr. Jefferson Thao, P.E., M.ASCE


McClone Construction Company

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Posted By Jefferson Thao 10-21-2022 07:52 AM
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I am fortunate to work for a company that has multiple offices across the western half of the country.  I have worked for our California, Washington (state), Hawaii, and Colorado offices.  While travelling for a short period is exciting, I have thoroughly enjoyed living in different parts of the western ...
Posted By Jefferson Thao 08-15-2022 01:16 PM
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Heidi, I used to rely on my past experiences to dictate what I should learn more about.  When I feel like I had to "learn on the fly," I tend to do some research afterwards to hopefully be more knowledgeable the next time around.  I also relied on other people's experiences, in hopes that I would ...
Posted By Jefferson Thao 01-24-2022 10:50 PM
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Alexander, As I was growing in my career, vague feedback often told me that the mentor or leader was either not comfortable with giving direct examples or the leader really didn't have a good examples.  Sometimes, I felt that it was a way to "keep" me around for a potential larger role in the future ...
Posted By Jefferson Thao 01-10-2022 12:07 PM
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I think all courses should focus more on practicality and real-world problems.  The theory is fine, but the theory alone is not what creates the best engineer, in my opinion.  I feel that I learned more when the professor was able to explain how the theory (or formula) translates to the real world.  ...
Posted By Jefferson Thao 01-04-2022 11:41 AM
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Here are some indicators throughout my career where I felt that my career was progressing: -  I was able to perform the same task that I previously did, with much more efficiency, speed, and accuracy -  I was able to support multiple projects at a single time; this included helping others -  I was ...