The most successful firms create a culture of transparency and accountability by overcoming typical communication roadblocks. How does your company measure up?
Jackie d’Escoto sat down with Peggy Newquist and Michaelann Agoranos, both principals at Constructing Opportunity, to discuss the state of affairs in architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) fields and how both employers and employees can step up to advocate for awareness and change.
Beggars can’t be choosers, but they may be forced to become innovators. Are you stuck in your hiring habits? Below are some successful strategies AEC firms are using to tackle the talent shortage head on.
Data science has emerged as a disruptive force in engineering and construction. Across the design-build lifecycle, firms are using predictive data modeling, real-time analytics, and even built-in sensors to identify business patterns and anticipate pitfalls. Many mid-sized to smaller firms just don’t have the resources or rationale to justify an investment in big data, though.
How sound are your contract management practices? Take a few minutes to read through these contract management tips based on years of working alongside project executives and project managers to improve their decisions and process management needs.
Automated feature expedites obligations reporting requirements for IDOT and Illinois Tollway contracts.