“Our work in affordable, supportive, senior and market rate housing, K-12 and college-university education and high-tech design for advanced manufacturing are all contributors to the firm’s growth in the region,” says David Beinetti.
Block Andrews, an environmental engineer with Burns & McDonnell, says the firm’s power-sector clients need services across a wide range of
applications, including transmission, new planning, research, environment, decommissioning and more, as utility operations become more diverse.
Transportation design firms are seeing the best market conditions in years, thanks to a variety of funding initiatives that are allowing states and
localities to extend project programming horizons into the 2020s.
Many firms endured the economic hardships of the 2008 recession with varying degrees of success, but Fort Worth-based Huckabee took a novel approach: It retained staff and boosted its expertise while work was limited, waiting for the right opportunity to help clients start building again.
You are cordially invited to an Executive Briefing, which will be broadcast LIVE online from the physical event in Arlington, Virginia! During this briefing, attendees will hear why and how The Ohio State University and Carolinas HealthCare System use and require Building Information Modeling (BIM) project deliverables.
This webinar will discuss the advantages project visionaries have over those of the past because they can see and share, almost in real time, the kind of imagery that anchors design development into real landscapes from the start, and then can keep that pictorial vision evolving as the plans and work progress.
Innovative construction management software systems can provide a foundation for supportive networks and idea exchanges. During this webinar, ENR will convene a panel of design and construction company information systems managers to hear about how they are using such systems to help their firms make creativity bloom.