Code Red Consultants

With over 35 years of electrical experience as a licensed electrician, electrical code instructor, electrical commissioning engineer and project manager, Mike specializes in the commissioning and integrated testing of electrical, fire alarm and life safety systems and brings his knowledge to our expanding and diverse team.

Mike has significant experience on a wide range of building and project types such as healthcare, college and university campuses, high-rise offices as well as mission critical/data centers. His work has spanned private developments as well as local, state, and federally funded projects. Projects include The Hub on Causeway, 101 and 121 Seaport Blvd., Billerica Memorial High School, 300 Mass Ave Takeda Pharmaceuticals, Eastern Maine Medical Center Penobscot Pavilion, Citizens Bank and Tufts University Data Centers. Prior to joining Code Red Consultants, Mike was the Director of the Building Solutions Group at NV5 (RDK Engineers).

What do you love most about your job?

The ability to be involved in the life of a project, from design throughout construction, and final acceptance and integrated testing.

Education

  • Coyne Electrical School, Electrical & Power Transmission Installation
  • Blue Hills Technical Institute, Electromechanical Engineering Technology

Affiliations

  • National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)

Articles

  • Engineered Systems Magazine, April 2011 Commissioning of Mission Critical Installations
  • Consulting – Specifying Engineer Magazine, August 2013, Tips and Tricks for Commissioning

Speaking Engagements

  • NEHEES Fall 2013: Owner Based Commissioning
  • Massachusetts School Building Authority: Owners Project Managers Round Table – Commissioning
  • Massachusetts School Building Authority: Introduction to Commissioning for Contractors

With over 35 years of electrical experience as a licensed electrician, electrical code instructor, electrical commissioning engineer and project manager, Mike specializes in the commissioning and integrated testing of electrical, fire alarm and life safety systems and brings his knowledge to our expanding and diverse team.

Mike has significant experience on a wide range of building and project types such as healthcare, college and university campuses, high-rise offices as well as mission critical/data centers. His work has spanned private developments as well as local, state, and federally funded projects. Projects include The Hub on Causeway, 101 and 121 Seaport Blvd., Billerica Memorial High School, 300 Mass Ave Takeda Pharmaceuticals, Eastern Maine Medical Center Penobscot Pavilion, Citizens Bank and Tufts University Data Centers. Prior to joining Code Red Consultants, Mike was the Director of the Building Solutions Group at NV5 (RDK Engineers).

What do you love most about your job?

The ability to be involved in the life of a project, from design throughout construction, and final acceptance and integrated testing.

As a consultant and project manager, Dan enjoys collaborating with architects, owners, and Authorities Having Jurisdiction to deliver integrated solutions to complex fire and life safety challenges. With more than fifteen years of experience, Dan has worked in a wide variety of market sectors and building types, including high-rise construction, mixed-use commercial, large assembly, industrial, higher education, transportation, and healthcare. He specializes in building and fire code consulting, fire protection system design and testing, smoke control special inspections and integrated testing.  Additionally, he has a passion for  developing compliance strategies for both prescriptive and alternative solutions in new and existing buildings.

Dan enjoys that no two projects are exactly alike, and that unique buildings require unique solutions. He thrives in the problem-solving environment that this inherently creates and takes pride in helping clients achieve their goals while creating buildings that are safe for occupants. Dan views a project’s progression, from design concept through construction, to be one of the most rewarding aspects of working in this industry.

What is something that colleagues and clients might not know about you?

When I was three and a half years old, my preschool teacher predicted that I would grow up to be an engineer. I also loved doing jigsaw puzzles as a child. Today, I’m still that engineer who loves to solve puzzles. I’m fortunate I can apply my curiosity and love of problem-solving to my professional challenges, and work with others who also love what they do.

Education

  • University of Notre Dame, Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering

Registrations

  • Registered Fire Protection Engineer: MA, PA, MN
  • National Fire Protection Association Certified Fire Protection Specialist (CFPS)

Affiliations

  • National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
  • Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE)

As a consultant and project manager, Dan enjoys collaborating with architects, owners, and Authorities Having Jurisdiction to deliver integrated solutions to complex fire and life safety challenges. With more than fifteen years of experience, Dan has worked in a wide variety of market sectors and building types, including high-rise construction, mixed-use commercial, large assembly, industrial, higher education, transportation, and healthcare. He specializes in building and fire code consulting, fire protection system design and testing, smoke control special inspections and integrated testing.  Additionally, he has a passion for  developing compliance strategies for both prescriptive and alternative solutions in new and existing buildings.

Dan enjoys that no two projects are exactly alike, and that unique buildings require unique solutions. He thrives in the problem-solving environment that this inherently creates and takes pride in helping clients achieve their goals while creating buildings that are safe for occupants. Dan views a project’s progression, from design concept through construction, to be one of the most rewarding aspects of working in this industry.

What is something that colleagues and clients might not know about you?

When I was three and a half years old, my preschool teacher predicted that I would grow up to be an engineer. I also loved doing jigsaw puzzles as a child. Today, I’m still that engineer who loves to solve puzzles. I’m fortunate I can apply my curiosity and love of problem-solving to my professional challenges, and work with others who also love what they do.

Paul brings a decade of experience in fire protection and life safety consulting.  He excels at creatively addressing project challenges and providing performance-based design solutions where the application of prescriptive code approaches do not meet the design and safety needs of the project. His technical specialties include egress modeling for large assembly and transportation projects, structural steel fire-resistance rating simulations, and smoke-control models for atria tenability. Paul particularly enjoys collaborating with design teams, owners, and Authorities Having Jurisdiction to develop safe and compliant approaches that satisfy architectural intent, feasibility, and occupant safety.

Paul’s experience includes projects for higher education, healthcare, residential, and transportation clients as well as a variety of laboratory buildings such as research and development facilities, manufacturing buildings, and educational laboratories. He focuses on understanding the code compliance challenges these occupancies can present based on their high chemical usage and the necessary coordination between numerous applicable codes and standards. Paul is skilled at clearly communicating technical concepts to clients and interfacing with building and fire officials to bring projects to successful fruition.

What is the most rewarding part of your job?

Seeing the successful completion of design challenges that include multi-disciplinary coordination in conjunction with alternative approaches. I take pride in delivering a single, cohesive solution that is agreeable to all stakeholders from a cost, design, safety, and usability perspective.

Education

  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Master of Science, Fire Protection Engineering
  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering

Registrations

  • Registered Fire Protection Engineer: MA, MI, PA

Professional Affiliations

  • National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
  • Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE)

Speaking Engagements

  • “Understanding Types of Construction,” Southeastern Massachusetts Building Officials Association, Taunton, Mass., August 2018
  • “Fire Protection System Permitting,” Waltham Fire Department, Waltham, Mass., June 2018
  • “Existing Building Code Thresholds,” Boston Society of Architects, Boston, Mass., June 2018

Paul brings a decade of experience in fire protection and life safety consulting.  He excels at creatively addressing project challenges and providing performance-based design solutions where the application of prescriptive code approaches do not meet the design and safety needs of the project. His technical specialties include egress modeling for large assembly and transportation projects, structural steel fire-resistance rating simulations, and smoke-control models for atria tenability. Paul particularly enjoys collaborating with design teams, owners, and Authorities Having Jurisdiction to develop safe and compliant approaches that satisfy architectural intent, feasibility, and occupant safety.

Paul’s experience includes projects for higher education, healthcare, residential, and transportation clients as well as a variety of laboratory buildings such as research and development facilities, manufacturing buildings, and educational laboratories. He focuses on understanding the code compliance challenges these occupancies can present based on their high chemical usage and the necessary coordination between numerous applicable codes and standards. Paul is skilled at clearly communicating technical concepts to clients and interfacing with building and fire officials to bring projects to successful fruition.

What is the most rewarding part of your job?

Seeing the successful completion of design challenges that include multi-disciplinary coordination in conjunction with alternative approaches. I take pride in delivering a single, cohesive solution that is agreeable to all stakeholders from a cost, design, safety, and usability perspective.

With over a decade of professional experience, Maxwell brings comprehensive expertise in electrical, mechanical and fire protection engineering to his role at Code Red Consultants. His project work includes performing life safety inspections, audits, and analyses, including third party site inspection and testing for a variety of projects. He excels at collaborating with clients and Authorities Having Jurisdiction to engineer resolutions for complex fire protection and life safety issues.

Maxwell’s portfolio includes projects for college and university buildings, athletic facilities, high-rise office and residential buildings, laboratories, shopping malls, and other mixed-use buildings. Prior to joining Code Red Consultants, he worked as a fire protection engineer with The 3M Company, serving on a cross-functional team developing, testing, and applying active and passive fire protection products.

What is the most rewarding part of your job?

I enjoy the fast pace and constant variability of being a professional fire protection engineer and life safety consultant. I learn something new every day.

Education

  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Master of Science, Fire Protection Engineering
  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Bachelor of Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Registrations

  • Registered Fire Protection Engineer: MA, AZ
  • IFC Certified Third Party Firestop Inspector

Professional Affiliations

  • National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
    Former Principal Member of NFPA Smoke Management Systems Technical Committee (NFPA 92, 204)
  • Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE)
  • ASTM International
    Member of ASTM Committee E06 on Performance of Buildings

Speaking Engagements

  • “Up and Over! The Fire Engineering Challenges of Pulling Buildable Lots Out of Thin Air,” presented with Donald Havener, P.E., National Fire Protection Association Seminar, Boston, June 2017

With over a decade of professional experience, Maxwell brings comprehensive expertise in electrical, mechanical and fire protection engineering to his role at Code Red Consultants. His project work includes performing life safety inspections, audits, and analyses, including third party site inspection and testing for a variety of projects. He excels at collaborating with clients and Authorities Having Jurisdiction to engineer resolutions for complex fire protection and life safety issues.

Maxwell’s portfolio includes projects for college and university buildings, athletic facilities, high-rise office and residential buildings, laboratories, shopping malls, and other mixed-use buildings. Prior to joining Code Red Consultants, he worked as a fire protection engineer with The 3M Company, serving on a cross-functional team developing, testing, and applying active and passive fire protection products.

What is the most rewarding part of your job?

I enjoy the fast pace and constant variability of being a professional fire protection engineer and life safety consultant. I learn something new every day.

Jeff has over a decade of experience developing prescriptive code compliance strategies and providing alternative solutions for complex fire protection and life safety issues. He brings a deep understanding of codes and extensive hands-on project experience, key attributes that allow him to anticipate potential issues early in the design process. He excels at developing performance-based design options and alternative methods where strict compliance with the code is not practical. Working with clients and Authorities Having Jurisdiction, he takes pride in his responsiveness and problem-solving abilities that lead to successful project delivery.

In addition to code consulting, Jeff specializes in using fire modeling and egress modeling as tools for evaluating potential conditions within atriums and large assembly spaces during emergency events. The results of these analyses are used to identify specific challenges and possible compliance strategies that are not offered prescriptively. His project work includes high-rise office and residential buildings, laboratory facilities, athletic centers, academic buildings, shopping malls, campus centers, historic buildings and educational facilities.

What do you love most about your job?

I enjoy being a part of a strong team that can successfully collaborate to create a space that exceeds an owner’s vision and expectations.

Education

  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Master of Science, Fire Protection Engineering
  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering

Registrations

  • Registered Fire Protection Engineer: MA, CT

Professional Affiliations

  • National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
  • Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE)

Jeff has over a decade of experience developing prescriptive code compliance strategies and providing alternative solutions for complex fire protection and life safety issues. He brings a deep understanding of codes and extensive hands-on project experience, key attributes that allow him to anticipate potential issues early in the design process. He excels at developing performance-based design options and alternative methods where strict compliance with the code is not practical. Working with clients and Authorities Having Jurisdiction, he takes pride in his responsiveness and problem-solving abilities that lead to successful project delivery.

In addition to code consulting, Jeff specializes in using fire modeling and egress modeling as tools for evaluating potential conditions within atriums and large assembly spaces during emergency events. The results of these analyses are used to identify specific challenges and possible compliance strategies that are not offered prescriptively. His project work includes high-rise office and residential buildings, laboratory facilities, athletic centers, academic buildings, shopping malls, campus centers, historic buildings and educational facilities.

What do you love most about your job?

I enjoy being a part of a strong team that can successfully collaborate to create a space that exceeds an owner’s vision and expectations.

Jason is a registered professional fire protection engineer with experience performing fire and life safety evaluations, drawing reviews, and developing code compliance strategies for both new and existing buildings. He has both an interest and a specialty in providing field services such as accessibility reviews and third party firestopping inspections. Jason collaborates closely with clients to offer alternative solutions to identified code compliance issues, and strives to provide prompt communication and timely deliverables that empower clients’ decision-making in the design process.

He enjoys interacting with a variety of stakeholders, including general contractors, architects, building managers/owners, and developers, to see all perspectives and stages of the building life cycle. Jason’s client work includes projects for higher education, healthcare, large assembly spaces, residential, hazardous materials, and mixed-use buildings.

What is something that colleagues and clients might not know about you?

As a student at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, I played soccer with my Code Red Consultants colleague Paul Moan, and I still play recreational soccer with colleague Corey Fisher.

Education

  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Master of Science, Fire Protection Engineering
  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering

Registrations

  • Registered Fire Protection Engineer: MA
  • IFC Certified Third Party Firestop Inspector

Professional Affiliations

Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE)

Jason is a registered professional fire protection engineer with experience performing fire and life safety evaluations, drawing reviews, and developing code compliance strategies for both new and existing buildings. He has both an interest and a specialty in providing field services such as accessibility reviews and third party firestopping inspections. Jason collaborates closely with clients to offer alternative solutions to identified code compliance issues, and strives to provide prompt communication and timely deliverables that empower clients’ decision-making in the design process.

He enjoys interacting with a variety of stakeholders, including general contractors, architects, building managers/owners, and developers, to see all perspectives and stages of the building life cycle. Jason’s client work includes projects for higher education, healthcare, large assembly spaces, residential, hazardous materials, and mixed-use buildings.

What is something that colleagues and clients might not know about you?

As a student at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, I played soccer with my Code Red Consultants colleague Paul Moan, and I still play recreational soccer with colleague Corey Fisher.

James is focused on providing client-driven fire protection and life safety code consulting services to architects, contractors, building owners, and other engineers to achieve compliance with local, state, and federal codes and standards. He has consulted on a variety of project types including healthcare, higher education, high-rise buildings, large assembly spaces, mixed-use buildings, storage warehouses, military, and government-owned facilities. Notably, he has significant experience providing healthcare code consulting services for new construction, addition, and renovation projects. He has worked closely with healthcare facilities, engineering departments, and designers to perform analysis and advise on maintaining compliance with the requirements of The Joint Commission and Center for Medicare and Medicare Services for existing buildings.

He enjoys providing consulting services for the total life cycle of a building, from preliminary design and construction inspections to commissioning of fire alarm and smoke control systems and certificate of occupancy. James is particularly interested in healthcare code consulting, smoke control special inspection, smoke control retest services, and firestopping special inspections.

What is the most rewarding part of your job?

It is gratifying to help clients navigate their unique challenges and develop solutions and strategies that make the project successful. Clients appreciate my creative, outside-the-box thinking.

Education

  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Master of Science, Fire Protection Engineering
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering

Registrations

  • Registered Fire Protection Engineer: MA
  • IFC Certified Third Party Firestop Inspector

Professional Affiliations

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)

James is focused on providing client-driven fire protection and life safety code consulting services to architects, contractors, building owners, and other engineers to achieve compliance with local, state, and federal codes and standards. He has consulted on a variety of project types including healthcare, higher education, high-rise buildings, large assembly spaces, mixed-use buildings, storage warehouses, military, and government-owned facilities. Notably, he has significant experience providing healthcare code consulting services for new construction, addition, and renovation projects. He has worked closely with healthcare facilities, engineering departments, and designers to perform analysis and advise on maintaining compliance with the requirements of The Joint Commission and Center for Medicare and Medicare Services for existing buildings.

He enjoys providing consulting services for the total life cycle of a building, from preliminary design and construction inspections to commissioning of fire alarm and smoke control systems and certificate of occupancy. James is particularly interested in healthcare code consulting, smoke control special inspection, smoke control retest services, and firestopping special inspections.

What is the most rewarding part of your job?

It is gratifying to help clients navigate their unique challenges and develop solutions and strategies that make the project successful. Clients appreciate my creative, outside-the-box thinking.

As a consultant and project manager, Corey excels at providing timely, alternative solutions to complex problems discovered in the field. Dedicated to every project he works on, he is astute as delivering technical information to clients and quickly addressing their questions and needs. Corey has extensive experience developing in-depth code analysis and construction fire safety plans for both new and existing buildings. He also specializes in performing field surveys related to existing building evaluations, construction site inspections, and third party inspections. His project work spans healthcare, higher education, high-rise buildings, large assembly spaces, and mixed-use buildings.

Corey enjoys the project and client diversity at Code Red Consultants, and relishes the challenges associated with working in a fast-paced work environment using various technologies.

What is something that colleagues and clients might not know about you?

I am also a nationally certified firefighter and EMT.

Education

  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Master of Science, Fire Protection Engineering
  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering

Registrations

  • Registered Fire Protection Engineer: MA
  • Certified Local Inspector
  • Certified Construction Supervisor

Professional Affiliations

  • National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
  • Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE)
  • Fire Prevention Association of Massachusetts (FPAM)

As a consultant and project manager, Corey excels at providing timely, alternative solutions to complex problems discovered in the field. Dedicated to every project he works on, he is astute as delivering technical information to clients and quickly addressing their questions and needs. Corey has extensive experience developing in-depth code analysis and construction fire safety plans for both new and existing buildings. He also specializes in performing field surveys related to existing building evaluations, construction site inspections, and third party inspections. His project work spans healthcare, higher education, high-rise buildings, large assembly spaces, and mixed-use buildings.

Corey enjoys the project and client diversity at Code Red Consultants, and relishes the challenges associated with working in a fast-paced work environment using various technologies.

What is something that colleagues and clients might not know about you?

I am also a nationally certified firefighter and EMT.

Chad is an accomplished fire protection and life safety engineer with over a decade of experience providing client-driven consulting services. He is skilled at negotiating with Authorities Having Jurisdiction to present alternative means and methods for achieving code compliance, and collaborating with clients to offer solutions satisfactory to all stakeholders. Chad is proficient at developing in-depth, visual egress simulations for various facility types including high-rise and large assembly buildings. His portfolio includes projects for healthcare, higher education, transportation facilities, high-rise buildings, large assembly spaces, and mixed-use buildings, storage warehouses, military installations, and government-owned facilities.

Committed to client satisfaction, Chad stays involved with his projects from design assistance and construction operations planning to the commissioning of fire alarm and smoke control systems. He enjoys – and excels at – the fast-paced environment of consulting and the ability to work on a variety of projects from different angles. His professional interests include designing fire alarm and protection systems, commissioning smoke control systems, and developing construction fire safety plans.

What is something that colleagues and clients might not know about you?

I am an avid snowboarder.

Education

  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Master of Science, Fire Protection Engineering
  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering

Registrations

  • Registered Fire Protection Engineer: MA, CT, ME

Professional Affiliations

  • National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
  • Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE)
  • International Firestop Council (IFC)
  • Automatic Fire Alarm Association of New England (AFAA-NE)
  • Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts (AGCMA)

Articles and Speaking Engagements

  • “Fire Protection Documentation and Permitting,” Fire Prevention Association of Massachusetts, May 2018
  • “Fire Protection Systems: From Plan Review to Impairments and Special Inspections,” Massachusetts Building Commissioners and Inspectors Association, May 2018
  • “Fire Alarm Documentation, Permitting, NFPA 241 & Smoke Control Systems,” Notifier, April 2017
  • “Navigating the City of Boston Permitting,” Associated General Contractors of Mass, January 2017

Chad is an accomplished fire protection and life safety engineer with over a decade of experience providing client-driven consulting services. He is skilled at negotiating with Authorities Having Jurisdiction to present alternative means and methods for achieving code compliance, and collaborating with clients to offer solutions satisfactory to all stakeholders. Chad is proficient at developing in-depth, visual egress simulations for various facility types including high-rise and large assembly buildings. His portfolio includes projects for healthcare, higher education, transportation facilities, high-rise buildings, large assembly spaces, and mixed-use buildings, storage warehouses, military installations, and government-owned facilities.

Committed to client satisfaction, Chad stays involved with his projects from design assistance and construction operations planning to the commissioning of fire alarm and smoke control systems. He enjoys – and excels at – the fast-paced environment of consulting and the ability to work on a variety of projects from different angles. His professional interests include designing fire alarm and protection systems, commissioning smoke control systems, and developing construction fire safety plans.

What is something that colleagues and clients might not know about you?

I am an avid snowboarder.

Caitlin brings more than a fifteen years of experience performing fire protection, life safety and accessibility code analysis, developing code compliance strategies, and devising alternative solutions for complex code compliance issues. Her consulting work has involved architectural and engineering design document compliance reviews, existing building condition assessments, fire protection system testing and commissioning, third-party reviews for fire sprinkler and alarm shop drawing submittals, and alternative compliance/variance documentation and presentations. During the construction process, she conducts site inspections to confirm that construction is in accordance with both the project documents and applicable codes. Clients and Authorities Having Jurisdiction value the clear, concise and timely way she delivers technical information.

Working on a wide range of issues and project types, Caitlin enjoys that every day of her job is different and each project brings new and interesting challenges. She understands the importance of her clients’ project goals and strives to exceed their expectations. She has worked on projects involving high-rise residential buildings, mixed-use developments, hotels, academic buildings, hospitals, office buildings, and large tenant fit-outs. Caitlin has particular interest in accessibility compliance, residential wood construction, and existing building renovations.

What do you love most about your job?

Everything! I mostly enjoy the great people I work with. It’s inspiring to be part of such a motivated team that shares a passion for what we do.

Education

  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Master of Science, Fire Protection Engineering
  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering

Registrations

Registered Fire Protection Engineer: MA

Professional Affiliations

  • National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
  • Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE)

Articles and Speaking Engagements

  • “Code Challenges of Wood Mid-Rise Podium Construction,” ArchitectureBoston Expo (ABX), 2018
  • “Importance of Existing Buildings Surveys: Identifying Potential Code Issues Prior to Renovations,” Med|Ed Facilities New England, 2014

Caitlin brings more than fifteen years of experience performing fire protection, life safety and accessibility code analysis, developing code compliance strategies, and devising alternative solutions for complex code compliance issues. Her consulting work has involved architectural and engineering design document compliance reviews, existing building condition assessments, fire protection system testing and commissioning, third-party reviews for fire sprinkler and alarm shop drawing submittals, and alternative compliance/variance documentation and presentations. During the construction process, she conducts site inspections to confirm that construction is in accordance with both the project documents and applicable codes. Clients and Authorities Having Jurisdiction value the clear, concise and timely way she delivers technical information.

Working on a wide range of issues and project types, Caitlin enjoys that every day of her job is different and each project brings new and interesting challenges. She understands the importance of her clients’ project goals and strives to exceed their expectations. She has worked on projects involving high-rise residential buildings, mixed-use developments, hotels, academic buildings, hospitals, office buildings, and large tenant fit-outs. Caitlin has particular interest in accessibility compliance, residential wood construction, and existing building renovations.

What do you love most about your job?

Everything! I mostly enjoy the great people I work with. It’s inspiring to be part of such a motivated team that shares a passion for what we do.