When the parking deck project wraps in April 2020, Webb expects that his small crew will have painted approximately 6,000 lines in addition to curbs and pavement directional markings.
According to Webb, this work has provided an extraordinary opportunity for his business and staff. RDU requires all business partners to exemplify the Authority’s core values including excellence, learning, and integrity.
“My team feels proud to meet the high standards set forth, knows what it means to value the work, and meet the challenges of a close to zero margin of error,” said Webb. He elaborated, “regardless of your background, there is no difference in the level of expertise needed. My team has the skills, and during the transition to larger scale work at the Airport Authority, our value has been instantly raised.”
“Diversity and inclusion play an integral role in doing business at RDU,” said Michael Landguth, president and CEO of the Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority. “We are committed to diverse business partnerships that reflect the community we serve and to providing opportunities to small businesses through outreach and awareness efforts.”