Getting to Know OTL’s Job Site Superintendent Richard Diaz
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Since 2020, in our newsletter and throughout our social media platforms, we have been spotlighting team members who are key to the success of our company.
While OTL is known throughout the USA and internationally for designing and building magnificent water features, rockwork and themed environments, our company’s true foundation is our people. OTL simply would not be the same without our incredibly talented, dedicated, and caring team.
This month’s Team Spotlight is devoted to our Job Site Superintendent, Richard Diaz. Richard joined our company in May 2021 and quickly became an indispensable member of our team. Responsible for overseeing construction while working alongside OTL employees on project sites, Richard helps manage projects and ensures that everything runs smoothly. He also assesses the resources needed and generates cost estimates based on these assessments to track productivity and ensure that each project is on budget and on schedule.
Richard told us why he was drawn to OTL and the best part about being on the team.
What attracted you to OTL?
The company was widely praised by employees, so I was immediately interested in this opportunity.
What is the best part about being on the OTL team?
Nothing compares to completing a water feature project and seeing the end result. It’s very gratifying.
Can you share a fun fact about yourself that readers may not know?
I’m a musician and have been playing drums for 35 years.
What are you excited about accomplishing with OTL?
I look forward to providing quality work that satisfies our customers for many years to come.
Stay tuned for Team Spotlights featuring more of OTL’s outstanding team members.
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