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Project Certainty Increases When People and Technology Work Together

By Chris Kelner, national director of preconstruction for Kiewit Building Group Inc. While industry experts question just how deep and long-lasting the economic impact of ...
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Modular Construction: Affordable, Fast, and Green

By Daniel Gray Commercial construction often involves significant costs, project timelines, materials waste, and environmental impacts.  While the construction industry has made enormous strides in ...
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Mentorship Programs: Seeking and Sharing Knowledge

By Aimee Duffy and Allyson Mendenhall, principals at landscape architecture firm Design Workshop Mentorship looks different at each organization but one element that remains consistent is how valuable ...
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Building the Future Workforce with GE Johnson Internship Program

By Courtney Alexander Each fall, GE Johnson recruits a group of bright minds for a summer internship. Interns receive competitive wages and are given housing for ...
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Exit Planning: Without it, Your Business Could Die

By Kevin Kays In my nearly ten years as a business coach with business advisory services company The Alternative Board, and as an exit planner with ...
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CREW Mentorship: Helping Women Succeed in CRE Since 2016

By Katie Rapone, editor “Don’t underestimate the power of your network,” says Jaimee Keene, vice president of Investments at Avison Young and mentor for the ...
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ConstructionEducation

Teaching the Next Generation: Mentorship Programs & Workplace Training

By Heather Dolan It is no secret that for many, this year has not gone as planned. We’ve all had to regroup, pivot, and persevere. One ...
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Architect of the Month: Deborah Tan Lucking, AIA, Director of Sustainability, Fentress Architects

Since joining Fentress Architects in 1996, Deborah Tan Lucking, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has focused on civic and cultural projects. Increasingly aware of the impact these ...
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ArchitectureAwards

Denver International Airport Passenger Terminal Lands AIA Colorado’s Twenty-Five Year Award

AIA Colorado has selected the Denver International Airport (DEN) Passenger Terminal as the recipient of the 2020 Twenty-five Year Award. As one of the most ...
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ConstructionDevelopment

Project Certainty Increases When People and Technology Work Together

By Chris Kelner, national director of preconstruction for Kiewit Building Group Inc. While industry experts question just how deep and long-lasting the economic impact of ...
Read More →
ConstructionFeature

Modular Construction: Affordable, Fast, and Green

By Daniel Gray Commercial construction often involves significant costs, project timelines, materials waste, and environmental impacts.  While the construction industry has made enormous strides in ...
Read More →
FeatureMentorship

Mentorship Programs: Seeking and Sharing Knowledge

By Aimee Duffy and Allyson Mendenhall, principals at landscape architecture firm Design Workshop Mentorship looks different at each organization but one element that remains consistent is how valuable ...
Read More →
ConstructionFeature

Building the Future Workforce with GE Johnson Internship Program

By Courtney Alexander Each fall, GE Johnson recruits a group of bright minds for a summer internship. Interns receive competitive wages and are given housing for ...
Read More →
AdvisoryFeature

Exit Planning: Without it, Your Business Could Die

By Kevin Kays In my nearly ten years as a business coach with business advisory services company The Alternative Board, and as an exit planner with ...
Read More →
FeatureMentorship

CREW Mentorship: Helping Women Succeed in CRE Since 2016

By Katie Rapone, editor “Don’t underestimate the power of your network,” says Jaimee Keene, vice president of Investments at Avison Young and mentor for the ...
Read More →
ConstructionEducation

Teaching the Next Generation: Mentorship Programs & Workplace Training

By Heather Dolan It is no secret that for many, this year has not gone as planned. We’ve all had to regroup, pivot, and persevere. One ...
Read More →
ArchitectureFeature

Architect of the Month: Deborah Tan Lucking, AIA, Director of Sustainability, Fentress Architects

Since joining Fentress Architects in 1996, Deborah Tan Lucking, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has focused on civic and cultural projects. Increasingly aware of the impact these ...
Read More →
ArchitectureAwards

Denver International Airport Passenger Terminal Lands AIA Colorado’s Twenty-Five Year Award

AIA Colorado has selected the Denver International Airport (DEN) Passenger Terminal as the recipient of the 2020 Twenty-five Year Award. As one of the most ...
Read More →
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