Cole Thomas || 3rd Year Anniversary

Cole Thomas

June 20, 2019 – We celebrated Cole’s 3-year work anniversary. As a Senior Project Engineer at Intelisyn, Cole has been working alongside Patrick Daniel in San Diego, managing schedule and logistics on the Hilcrest Medical Center. He has also been working on the Mid-Coast Light Rail Transit, the Gilman Bridge (which is now complete), and the La Jolla Medical Center as a Project Logistics Coordinator (PLC). Cole has been a great asset to Intelisyn’s San Diego team, and we are very lucky and appreciative to have him onboard. Thank you, Cole!

2019 Clothing and Shoes Drive

Salvation Army 150 years IMG_7239

September 30, 2019 – Intelisyn participated in an ‘end of summer’ clothing and shoes drive. The team cleaned out their closets and bagged up clothes and shoes to donate to the local Salvation Army, a branch that serves the central South Bay community. The Salvation Army is a Christian based corporation that not only donates clothing but provides worship, social services, day camp, and music education to the local community. Donations to Salvation Army Family Stores also help fund rehabilitation programs that heal addictions, change lives, and restore families. This year Intelisyn donated 12 bags. #IntelisynInspired

Intelisyn Night Out

Intelisyn Dodgers vs. Padres

September 24, 2019 – It’s Time for Dodger (and Padre) Baseball! The Intelisyn team took off their hard hats and put on their ball caps for a night of baseball at Petco Park in San Diego, CA. The team enjoyed popcorn, peanuts, hotdogs, brats, and beverages while watching the Padres take on the Los Angeles Dodgers on their home field. Intelisyn being located in the Los Angeles and San Diego areas made this game especially fun for rivalry because it was a “suite(house) divided”. After an exciting 6th inning, the Dodgers hit a home run to seal the deal and took the W back to Los Angeles. Despite some bummed out Padres fans, the Intelisyn team had a great time.

John Merki, Intelisyn’s IT Manager, made a comment at the end of the night, “The best part about working for a construction management company is that no matter where we are someone will always have interesting insight on how the building (or stadium) we are in was built.”

We are missing a few key players but a glimpse of the night is pictured above.