Pride of workmanship

Jonathan Kugler of GO Engineering has recently received a Rotary Club Pride of Workmanship Award. Photo: Tina Zunic

Jonathan Kugler of GO Engineering has recently received a Rotary Club Pride of Workmanship Award. Photo: Tina Zunic

COOMA local, Jonathan Kugler, has been awarded a Rotary Pride of Workmanship award for his exceptional work at GO Engineering.

The award recognises people who work and display an outstanding quality of dedication, attitude and commitment to service.

Mr Kugler has been working at GO Engineering for more than two years now.

His role includes solving design issues for clients and ensuring that needs are met by current design standards and engineering principals.

"At first I was shocked, I wondered how that came about and who was behind it," Mr Kugler said.

"I found out that my boss Geoff Bowland nominated me for the award."

Mr Bowland nominated Mr Kugler for his outstanding dedication and passion for the job.

"The passion of drafting is something I've had since primary school and right throughout my studies," Mr Kugler explained.

"I apply that passion in everyday problems and solutions at work."

A recent local project that Mr Kugler has completed is the Bates Bridge at Dalgety.

The bridge was completed in January 2013 with GO Engineering being involved from concept right through to completion.

"Although GO Engineering weren't involved in designing the bridge, we have been involved with testings and inspections throughout the build," Mr Kugler said.

Jonathan Kugler was one of four local recipients of the 2014 Rotary Club Pride of Workmanship awards.

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