Most of us will never visit the South Pole, but a representative from W. Soule did.
As Windy Scott retired from W. Soule, he and his wife were already making plans to pursue their love of travel. In late 2012, he was working as a Utility Mechanic at the McMurdo Research Station in Antarctica.
“One of our guys had to go to the South Pole to work on a boiler so he took the hat for me to get these shots,” says Windy.
W. Soule, founded in 1946, is a full-service custom fabricator and industrial mechanical company with over 400 employees.