I’ve done some of my best work after slamming back a few. So I really don’t see what the problem is:
After reviewing our video, WSDOT Project Director Mike Cotten told me he doesn’t believe it shows any state workers drinking but he is concerned. Cotten says normally WSDOT and private contractors don’t share office space, but that it makes sense because of the complexity of the 520 project. But that raises another questions about people working on this complex project while drinking alcohol.
We asked if there a concern that complicated calculations might be done by people working under the influence? Cotten replied, “I think that’s something that we need to take a look at.”