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15. Consultants Aren’t Born, They’re Made (3/4) – Eric Murrell, Tyler Gendron, and Nate Sexton

DECEMBER 2022 SERIES 5 EPISODE 15

15. Consultants Aren't Born, They're Made (3/4) - Eric Murrell, Tyler Gendron, and Nate Sexton

Eric Murrell, Tyler Gendron, Nate Sexton

Project Engineer Nate Sexton returns to the podcast today, but this time as a guest. He's joined by lead technician Tyler Gendron. Nate and Tyler started their careers as co-ops at SME and after trying their hands at a few different services, they each decided the building materials group was the best fit for them.

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