Vincent: Construction Superintendent | KCET
Vincent: Construction Superintendent
Vincent’s life is a bit upside down thanks to his job on the night shift. As the sun sets over the city, Vincent arrives to work as a construction supervisor at the site of the future Los Angeles Rams Stadium. While most of the world goes to bed, he’s watching concrete being poured for this future community destination. It is Vincent’s first project in construction as a superintendent, and he is in charge of making sure things run smoothly. Discover the pride Vincent gets from his work and how his schedule also allows him give back to a younger generation during his off hours.
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