New LEGO Exhibit in Times Square

A new exhibit opened up in Times Square and it’s a throwback from childhood for many folks. Artist Nathan Sawaya turned his favorite childhood toy, LEGO blocks, into some amazing creations. We hope these creations inspire many a young ninjaneer!

As one young exhibit visitor said “he didn’t use the instructions from the LEGO box, but created what he saw in his mind.”

Isn’t that what engineering is all about?

LEGO X-Wing in Times Square

What a great project! Just think about all those young ninjaneers in the making! How do you try to foster creativity in the young people in your life?



There is now a 1:1 scale Lego X-Wing in Times Square…. Absolutely incredible! It’s the world’s largest Lego construction at 5.3 million Lego pieces and took 32 builders 4 months to make (source) So cool (wish I lived in the area to go see it).

So cool.

Hard Work

Hard work is going all day, every day. You never know what’s going to happen…You just take each day as it comes, never knowing what to exspect. But you know at the end of the day that you’re going to succeed.

That’s how our Ninjaneer Bumble described his experience of hard work…we couldn’t agree more!

Hard work is always worth it because we know that our clients are happy. That success we experience is theirs too. Now let’s do some hard work together!

Master Your Craft

The ideal engineer is a composite … He is not a scientist, he is not a mathematician, he is not a sociologist or a writer; but he may use the knowledge and techniques of any or all of these disciplines in solving engineering problems.

—N. W. Dougherty, 1955

We don’t know about you, but that sort of sounds like he was describing a ninjaneer. We set the bar pretty high.

Take the High Road

There are many roads you can take in life. There’s the dirt road, there’s the gravel road. Here at Fulghum MacIndoe, we make it a point to take the high road. We live by example, even when it’s difficult. But it’s definitely a core value of ours. We’re going to go the extra mile and we’re going to do it consistently. Can many others say that? These days, it seems not.