Celebrating Women in Construction

Celebrating Our 36 Women in Construction Happy Women in Construction Week AND International Women’s Day! We are excited to honor VIP’s 36 women in Construction, Architecture, Engineering, and Development! There is so much that goes into the construction of any project, beyond just the physical building itself. Our fabulous females’ leadership, expertise, and contributions bring […]

Designing Spaces with Light in Mind

Designing Spaces with Light in Mind By: Christianne Radziewicz; As seen in the CNY Business Journal As the seasons change and the light filled days get shorter, designing spaces with light in mind is so important. Lighting and light control impact every  aspect of a building’s design. It can easily enhance and have a positive […]

Task Management

It often seems there are never enough hours in the day to get everything done that we planned on, and that do-to list seems to grow bigger and bigger even when items are scratched off the list. There are many books, webinars, and strategies out there that focus on time management, but time cannot be managed unless we focus in on the tasks that consume the workday.

Sparking New Innovations in the AEC Industry

As statistics show, the design & construction industry has been slow to adopt new technology compared to all other industries, according to Engineering News Record. While there were releases of new software or tools, the implantation of those tools was not a top priority. The COVID-19 pandemic and shutdown of jobsites allowed the AEC industry to take a step back and see how they can use technology and implement to increase productivity.

The Close-Out : Finishing Strong

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A novelist has an editor who provides the author with another set of eyes and can refine and polish the final piece, before hitting the market. In baseball, a team has a closer. This is usually the team’s best reliever, whose job is to get the final out in a close game to ensure victory. A breakdown at these critical junctures for a novelist or a baseball team can derail overall success.