Patrick Thompson

Project Engineer / C.O.R.E.

Patrick Thompson

What is your favorite project you worked on and why?
My favorite project that I worked on was 20 CityPoint.  It was my first experience with ground-up commercial construction.  I was fortunate to be part of a team that worked very well together and effectively delegated work so that I was getting the most of my experience.  My time spent at 20 CityPoint provided me with a great deal of knowledge that I apply to many aspects of my career in construction today.

How did you get into construction?
My father is an electrician and is still to this day self-performing work to the house that I grew up in.  From a young age, I can remember following him around with my kid-sized hammer trying to help in any way I could.  I’ve always been fascinated with the building.  My course work at Wentworth Institute of Technology introduced me to the world of commercial construction and the rest is history.

Who or what inspires you?
My late grandfather inspires me very much.  He was very successful with his business that is still in the family today. He was the most generous person I have ever met.  He was kind and compassionate, and wildly stubborn.  I’m proud to share his name.

What is the craziest thing you’ve ever done?
As a bit of a thrill-seeker, I’ve probably done a few things that might be considered crazy.  I swam with sharks twice, both in a cage and without, in Southern California and off the north coast of Oahu Hawaii. I’ve also done my fair share of cliff jumping and I zip lined in Hawaii and Costa Rica.  Anything to get the blood flowing!

 

 

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