Based in Tacoma, Washington, Advanced Government Services has delivered traffic control and road safety services in Washington since 2003. We are proudly woman-owned, minority-owned and drug free.
Every day, we come to work with one goal: "To get people through our work zones safely and efficiently. We’re committed to Working Hard at Playing It Safe." TM
Certifications: UDBE, DBE, MWBE, SBE. Arti is a results-oriented entrepreneur with over 25 years of documented successes in leadership, strategic initiatives and business development. One of Arti’s greatest assets is her ability to effectively communicate across departments and organizations, ensuring that everyone is focused on the right goals. Arti thrives on creating long term relationships and will always go the extra mile to ensure customer delight.
Doug came to AGS with more than 20 years of domestic and international experience at large corporations and private entrepreneurial ventures. Over his career, he's overseen almost every aspect of business, including marketing, planning, financial analysis, contract negotiations, customer service and operations. Doug has studied, worked and traveled in over 45 countries and has proficiency in Spanish, French, and Japanese.
Bryan is an Arizona native and graduate from Arizona State University. His background is in logistics and fleet management working for one of the largest rental car providers in the world. He handles all scheduling, logistics and fleet management needs for AGS. On his spare time he enjoys running, cooking and traveling.
Payden comes to AGS with a 4 year degree in Accounting and Business Management. With his educational background and work experience from various fields, he provides major support across all departments. In his free time Payden enjoys bowling and watching/playing sports.
Joshua is a US Army veteran with more than 10 years of experience in project management in both military and civilian operations. He’s a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, a proud graduate of Oregon State University Business School, and he’s currently working on his MBA at St. Martins University. At AGS, Joshua uses his project management expertise to make sure every job is bid efficiently and accurately. He and his family live in Spanaway, Washington.
Erik is a recent graduate from Washington State University with a degree in both Accounting and Management Information Systems. He brings support to the accounting department through his certifications in both QuickBooks and Microsoft Office products. In his free time, he enjoys reading, dog-sitting and playing sports with friends.
Sean is a U.S. Army Veteran with more than 15 years inventory management, stock control, and project management experience both military and civilian. He is also an A.S.E Master Mechanic over 30 years of practical hands-on knowledge of diagnostic and repair of cars and trucks. Sean brings to AGS his ability to organize and track inventory. He also maintains the maintenance of the AGS truck fleet. He lives in Olympia with his wife. He will be graduating Purdue University Global in October 2020 with a BS in Business Administration Project Management.
Safety and knowledge are everything at AGS. We’ve had five consecutive years of zero time-loss accidents and, in 2017, we received the prestigious Safety Recognition Award from Washington State Labor and Industries. Our team is always abreast of the latest state and federal regulations and we are proud to be both a minority-owned and woman-owned business.
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We started this fundraiser to help grant wishes for children battling critical illnesses.
Wish kids are some of the bravest and sweetest kids you'll ever know. They wish to work in a pickle factory, become a superhero, go snorkeling, give their baseball team new uniforms, and push all of the buttons in a tall building's elevator. Their innocence and unexpected wisdom stays with you.
A wish come true helps children feel stronger, more energetic, more willing and able to battle their critical illnesses. For many, the wish marks a turning point in the fight against their illnesses. Doctors, nurses and other health professionals say, the wish experience works in concert with medicine to make their patients feel better emotionally and even physically.
Right now, enough children are waiting for their wishes to fill more than seven school buses. Without wishes, they're not getting all the tools they need to fight their illnesses.
Please help by donating today.
Thank you for your support!