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The leaders and influencers that are making real change happen in the industry.
Architect Nic Goldsmith discusses the virtues of letting materials like ETFE dictate shape and design in the world of tensile structures
Bluebeam VP Sasha Reed explores the solutions for the AEC skills shortage in a blog post on Built.
The State of Connecticut’s Chief Architect Ushers in the mandatory use of PDFs on State Architectural Documents.
A design-build mechanical contractor reaps the rewards for preconstruction and standardization
A video discussion with a Construction Project Manager detailing Millenials, Technology, and the Jobsite
How veteran workers are increasing their project value and helping to overcome the construction worker shortage.
According to a recent PricewaterhouseCoopers PwC report, Millennials currently make up 25% of the US workforce, growing to 50% by the year 2020.
Kimberly Kilgour AIA LEED discusses design and execution within the world of architecture
Mortenson Director of Project Controls Frank Sarno, and VP and GM for the Denver Operating Group Maja Rosenquist discuss decision making.
Her husband assured her that everything would be fine. The two entered the river, which quickly proved too strong for the pair, ripping Sinforoza from her husband’s grasp.