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Seeing an idea be transformed into an actual building is one of the perks Bryan Aragon, 34, said he enjoys about his new job as a project manager for the Capital Projects and Facilities Department.
“What’s really great about the work I do is I can drive down the road and say, ‘I helped build that building’ to family and friends,” he said.
Aragon, who has worked in his new position for about a month, is already involved in bringing several projects into fruition.
He is currently submitting a design and construction application for the multi-purpose covered arena for the rodeo grounds, conducting a study on a leisure pool to be located in either the Larry R. Walkup Aquatic Center or in White Rock, and he’s also working on the design and construction of the Los Alamos Golf course clubhouse.
“They’ve been a challenge so far,” Aargon said.
The project he said he is most excited about is the clubhouse at the golf course. “It’s pretty exciting to be involved in that kind of a high-profile project,” Aragon said.
His duties include helping to prepare contract documents and specifications, directing architects and engineers, overseeing construction “and everything else in between,” Aragon said.
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