Helping Military Leaders Transition into Successful Business Leaders

At a recent Society of American Military Engineers conference, WSP USA’s Ed Chamberlayne explained the opportunities and challenges military veterans face when pursuing a career in private business.
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Ed Chamberlayne (right) examines the work being carried out on the Monroe Street Bridge reconstruction project in Washington, D.C., where he served as project principal for WSP until its completion in October 2019.
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Ed Chamberlayne (left) attends the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Monroe Street Bridge reconstruction project in Washington D.C. with (from left to right) Ali Shakeri, District Department of Transportation (DDOT); Ruben Raitelu, WSP USA; and Aidin Sarabi, DDOT.
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Representing WSP USA at a hiring fair in Washington, D.C. are (from left to right) John Nicolay, Fred Wenger, Allie Arwady and Ed Chamberlayne.