APM Fossil West completed a job recently at Georgia-Pacific’s Camas Mill in Camas, Washington. Teams from across the U.S. worked together on this project. APM West Superintendent, Richard Carr, was on the night shift for the initial teardown of the unit. Maury “Chip” George, APM Fossil North Superintendent, came on site to lead the day shift, and Richard transferred to dayshift as Chip’s foreman for the remainder of the outage. APM West Superintendent, Darrell Forbeck, (no picture available) was brought in on nights for the final assembly of the unit. These Superintendents joined forces and the results were impressive. Chip and the team of experts took ownership of the work performed and materials used. Their attention to housekeeping, safety, quality, general execution, and being attentive to the Customer’s guidelines, did not go unnoticed. As with any well executed plan, knowledge and communication were key elements in the success of the project. The team achieved high performance results by working together and remaining focused on the specific project, with specific goals and expectations in mind. Thank you, Chip, Richard and Darrell, for accepting ownership of this project and your professional management. And thank you to the entire APM crew that made this project safe, structured, and compliant. Great job and dedication!