Jim then entered the EIT program and spent three years in District 1 before moving on to Boise for the last year of the program. After finishing the EIT program, he went back to Wallace as a project engineer in the Wallace Residency. He worked on the Viaduct Project, which at that time was the mos expensive advertised project the state had ever done.
In 1989, Jim went to District 2 where he spent two years as the Materials Engineer. Then it was back to Boise to work in Contract Administration as a Construction Associate.
1992, he transferred to Sandpoint as the Resident Engineer, and stayed
there for eight years. He then took the position he is currently leaving
as the Project Development Engineer.