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Ryan Hulland
Results Achiever: Marketing, Sales and Business Development of HVAC, Power and Industrial Systems
Results Achiever: Marketing, Sales and Business Development of HVAC, Power and Industrial Systems
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How did these 2 guys get away with being fake engineers for so long without getting caught?

Of course, they defrauded so many people, but how were they able to get away with it?

Every engineer I know is incredibly professional and guards their education, experience and reputation with their life.

No agency checked on them?

I was 'joking' with a coworker at +Netfloor USA​ that if their clients had raised floors, at least they could take that with them before the wrecking ball crashes down!

'joking' but it's not really funny.. not really. Will definitely cause a lot of trouble for many people.



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How did these 2 guys get away with being fake engineers for so long without getting caught?

Of course, they defrauded so many people, but how were they able to get away with it?

Every engineer I know is incredibly professional and guards their education, experience and reputation with their life.

No agency checked on them?

I was 'joking' with a coworker at +Netfloor USA​ that if their clients had raised floors, at least they could take that with them before the wrecking ball crashes down!

'joking' but it's not really funny.. not really. Will definitely cause a lot of trouble for many people.



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How did these two fake engineers get away with designing so many buildings for so long? Where did they get their engineer seals, anyways??


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Congrats to my team at +Netfloor USA​ for all their hard work.



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Congrats to my team at +Netfloor USA​ !!!

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Thanks to Sarah and +MarketResearch for the great article! Really good advice, and multiple points of view from business leaders. A must read to succeed. :)

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"They said “the low floor-to-ceiling height, lack of raised access floor has made the building undesirable for tenants and to be at the lower end of the office market in its current condition”.

Ok, so I know there are obviously more factors than this, but when you have low profile access floors that are less than 50mm/2" high, the floor to ceiling height and lack of raised access floor argument sort of loses a bit of impact, perhaps?

--Ryan Hulland, Netfloor USA

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"They said “the low floor-to-ceiling height, lack of raised access floor has made the building undesirable for tenants and to be at the lower end of the office market in its current condition”.

Ok, so I know there are obviously more factors than this, but when you have low profile access floors that are less than 50mm/2" high, the floor to ceiling height and lack of raised access floor argument sort of loses a bit of impact, perhaps?

--Ryan Hulland, Netfloor USA

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