For as long as I can remember, I was always technically minded and liked things to follow an order. “A place for everything and everything in its place,” as my father used to say. I liked having physical evidence of my work, seeing things function in the real world. But what's incredible about working at Dagher is the creativity involved in the engineering we do, in addition to the high level of technical proficiency. We have a different kind of firm here; Elias stresses the importance of searching for a creative solution. While we’re often working with standard, off-the-shelf equipment, there’s a beauty in making it all work in the most efficient way possible. As the newest member of the leadership team, I’m grateful to be able to pass that kind of thinking on to our junior engineers.