Consultant Spotlight: Amy Noble
A true original, Amy has been at Meridian West since (what seems like) the beginning of time! She’s worked hard and played hard with the best clients and colleagues and has a heap of remember-when stories to keep you laughing for eons. Building long-term partnerships with clients is the best part of life at MW! After all these years, her headspace serves as an impromptu proposal database and her lessons learned just may well circle the globe. She is skilled at managing proposals for IDIQ-type contracts as well as design-bid-build, design-build, asset management and public-private partnerships (P3). From crafting new prose to dissecting proposal logistics, she thrives on the thrill of a deadline even if it means rocking a ponytail on print day.
A few of her recent accomplishments include helping a client win two, design-build
MATOCs (each valued at $5 billion aggregate) with the Department of Homeland Security/US Army Corps of Engineers and securing a nationwide roofing and waterproofing contract for another client in Canada.
If you’ve had the pleasure of working with Amy, you know that her organizational skills and attention to detail rank among her highest assets. Now, here are five random things you might not know about Amy:
She once ate an entire box of Girl Scout cookies (Tagalongs, if you must know) before 9 am on print day. We like to think it gave her that extra little punch to overcome a stressful day.
Amy’s #1 fan is her five-year-old mini me, Chloe, who is also a fan of 80s music
She likes the color pink so much that its even in her hair. You might even call her a real-life unicorn!
She’s a warm-weather kind of gal and has been known to vacation in Phoenix in the heart of the summer (and keep a space heater at her feet during chilly Utah winters).
Favorite MW Quote of All Time: If you want to do it the best way, you’ll do it my way!