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Have you met Margaret?

posted December 19, 2014 by Serena

administrative services, Margaret Ray, FDOT

Margaret Ray has more than seven years of experience working with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and more than 20 years experience providing administrative services to the transportation industry. She has proven to be detail oriented and self-motivated in every project she has worked.

QCA is proud to note that Margaret has successfully worked with the FDOT providing administrative services to projects and offices, including:

  • US 19 Cross Barge Canal Bridge Replacement Project
  • Tampa Construction Resident Office
  • Oak Park Resident Office
  • And More!

We're thankful to have you on our team, Margaret!

KCI Technologies

posted December 19, 2014 by Serena

KCI Technologies Margaret Ray,

QCA is proud to be serving KCI Technologies. Beginning in 2012, this $30 million project consists of widening 13 pairs of bridges on I-275 from Yukon Street to Floribraska Avenue. Margaret Ray serves as the Resident Compliance Specialist for this project. Her responsibilities include monitoring the job site bulletins and the On-the-Job (OJT) program, conducting labor interviews, attending weekly and monthly meetings regarding project progress and disputes, and other administrative duties.

Teddy Bear Collection

posted December 19, 2014 by Serena

QCA Philanthropy

Supporting Margaret is QCA District Manager Lori Buck, who recently collected teddy bears for Grace Lutheran Church. The bears were collected for children entering foster care.

"Thank you to all the QCA associates that donated bears, you make us proud," Lori shared.

We applaud your commitment to our community, Lori!

Have you met Cacynthia?

posted December 5, 2014 by Serena

Rotator Cacynthia Lock Public Information FDOT

Cacynthia Lock serves as a transportation professional with experience in administrative and resident compliance procedures required by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) - including the recording and distributing of weekly progress notes, maintaining office documents and scanning project documents into the FDOT Hummingbird system. Cacynthia is well versed in EEO policies and procedures. Additionally, she and provides public outreach and communication services for a variety of construction and planning projects.

QCA is proud to note that Cacynthia utilizes strong client rapport, effective office administration skills and multi-tasking to every project she serves, including:

  • City of Tallahassee Community Redevelopment Agency
  • FDOT District Three, Design of SR 269 (Quincy By-Pass), from SR 10 (US 90) to SR 12
  • FDOT District Three, Replacement of Gum Creek and Orange Avenue Bridges
  • And More!

We're grateful to have you on our team, Cacynthia!

FDOT CEI Project in Leon County

posted December 5, 2014 by Serena

Rotator FDOT CEI Leon.jpg

Cacynthia currently serves on three FDOT District Three Construction, Engineering and Inspection Services (CEI) projects in Leon County and Gadsden County. Working alongside American Consulting Engineers of Florida, LLC. (ACE) and Reynolds, Smith and Hills CS, Inc. (RS&H CS) she attends all meetings- including kickoff, design and progress meetings- and submits project progress reports and more to keep everyone abreast of progress.

"I was rather nervous when I began working on my first project as I had not worked in this industry before; however, I received a lot of support from my QCA co-workers and from my project co-workers. There is much to learn, but when you enjoy doing what you do, the tasks become less daunting because you know you're not alone." shared Cacynthia.

The three CEI projects she is serving cover Orange Avenue over St. Marks Trail, Blountstown Highway over Gum Creek and Quincy By-Pass from SR 10 (US 90) to SR 12.