Posted on October 07, 2014
An acquaintance recently asked me about the kinds of things I did on a day to day basis at work, anticipating a response loaded with enviable activities. She was wrong....
Posted on October 07, 2014
With the recent news of the first Ebola case diagnosed in the U.S., there’s a lot of chatter about the possibility of a widespread outbreak in America.  Fortunately, as...
Posted on October 07, 2014
As architects continue to search for ways to improve building efficiencies, more and more are turning to advanced framing methods, particularly for multifamily and light...
Posted on October 03, 2014
In their quest for total wellness, women today are more savvy healthcare consumers than ever before. They expect personalized, top-notch clinical care with seamless...
Posted on October 02, 2014
The building enclosure (envelope, skin, etc.) represents one of the highest risk elements of construction. Water intrusion, air leakage, and increased energy consumption are...
Posted on October 01, 2014
Can you guess what enables groundbreaking medical procedures, instruction of our future leaders, and meeting space for energy exploration professionals?  The answer is...
Posted on October 01, 2014
As iPhone 6 mania continues to sweep around the globe this week, and people are newly focused on how mobile technology will transform their lives, I’m thinking about the data...
Posted on September 30, 2014
I can’t begin to recount all of the conversations I have today with AEC industry professionals about the difficulties they experience when implementing change within their...
Posted on September 30, 2014
Not long ago, the role of a construction project manager revolved around working with people: employees, vendors, consultants, designers, subcontractors and owners. Today,...
Posted on September 29, 2014
In 2011, Skanska completed the West Coast’s first and the world’s fourth certified Living Building in Seattle: The Bertschi School Science Classroom addition. But Living...