Traylor Driven Photo Contest Winner: “Hope Hop Hole Through,” Regional Connector

Our July Traylor Driven Photo Contest winner is an image entitled “Hope Hop Hole Through,” of the Hope Station hole through on our Regional Connector project, taken by Christophe Bragard. Congratulations to the whole RCC team!

What Drives Christophe?

TBI: Briefly describe the photo and how you happened to capture it.

Christophe Bragard (CB): This is Angeli, the Tunnel Boring Machine, breaking through at Hope Station in downtown Los Angeles, 100 feet below ground near the Broad Museum and Disney Concert Hall.

TBI: Tell us about your role on RCC.

CB: I am part of the tunnel team on the Regional Connector Project building large structures.

TBI: Is photography a hobby of yours? What else do you enjoy doing when you’re not working?

CB: I enjoy photography, but it’s not really a hobby. When I’m not working, I like to spend time with my family, the outdoors and work on projects at home. I am also a boy scout assistant troop master and enjoy Belgian beer (those do not happen together).

TBI: You’re clearly a motivated person. What drives you?

BL: Teamwork, overcoming challenges and celebrating our achievements.

At Traylor Bros., we respect all people on a personal and professional level. We express this respect by providing a safe work environment, encouraging work/life balance, offering competitive compensation, and fostering the entrepreneurial spirit of every team member.

We have pride in our company and the work we do. We pursue the most exciting work, tackle every challenge as a team, and celebrate both company and individual success.

Traylor is Driven by Respect and Pride.