Movers+Shapers | Apr 30, 2020

College programs help prepare students for careers in the construction industry

Universities with AEC programs hone their curricula and research to prepare students to hit the ground running in the construction industry. 

Movers+Shapers | Apr 21, 2020

Management Training: AEC firms bring students into the real world

Students benefit substantively from internships offered by AEC firms.

Movers+Shapers | Apr 17, 2020

Meet the ‘AEC outsiders’ who are helping to push the industry into the new decade

AEC professionals have enough on their plates without becoming specialists in a new skill outside of their wheelhouse.

Movers+Shapers | Apr 15, 2020

Buildings as "open source platforms"

NBBJ’s year-old Design Performance Group helps building teams make smarter choices earlier.

Movers+Shapers | Apr 23, 2019

Steely resolve: Carnegie Mellon University fuels Pittsburgh's post-industrial reinvention

After the steel industry started collapsing in the late 1970s, Pittsburgh has been reinventing itself as a science, medical, and academic hub.

Movers+Shapers | Apr 19, 2019

AEC angel investor

Jesse Devitte is among the prescient venture capitalists who’ve bet on the AEC industry finally coming around to design and construction technology.

Movers+Shapers | Apr 17, 2019

Sports teams get in the game: Mixed-use developments are using sports stadiums as their anchors

A massive mixed-use neighborhood under way in Los Angeles sets a new bar for sports-anchored development.

Movers+Shapers | Mar 19, 2018

Movers + Shapers: Tech takeover

From Chicago to Charlotte, the tech boom is transforming urban real estate markets and redefining workplace design.

Movers+Shapers | Mar 14, 2018

Movers + Shapers: Lean and Mean

For more than two decades, the Lean Construction Institute has been championing the efforts of a growing contingent of design and construction firms committed to the mantra of ‘continuous improvement.’

Movers+Shapers | Mar 13, 2018

Movers + Shapers: Automating building design

Aditazz asks why a building’s design can’t be automated the same way computer chips are made.


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