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EDUCATION AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT


in the summer of 2012 and, based on that experience, knew it was the company he wanted to work for post-graduation.


Family Friendly Culture When asked why he ultimately decided


to accept a job offer from Teichert, Har- rell relayed his appreciation of the com- pany’s history, culture, and the people involved. He takes pride in working for a company with a rich history — one that boasts one of the oldest contractor licenses


in the state - License #8. He also said he feels that as a family owned and operated company, Teichert is “family friendly,” and that is evident in the culture they have created. This is important for an employee like Harrell who has a young family to bal- ance in addition to his career. As he settles into his career path, Har-


rell is making it a priority to increase his participation in the AGC Construction


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Since his graduation, Harrell has been working for Teichert Construction as a project engineer.


ing his time at Chico State – a testament to his achievements in academics and student chapter leadership. As a veteran of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, he brought the robust experience of working for 10 years as an equipment operator and operator foreman to his academic pursuits and now


As he settles into his career path, Harrell is making it a priority to increase his participation in the AGC Construction Leadership Council.


to his current industry career. In his mili- tary career, he was personally selected to perform high profile and difficult missions in South East Asia and the Middle East. Since his graduation, Harrell has been


working for Teichert Construction as a project engineer. He interned for Teichert


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