Engineering and construction firm mergers and acquisitions; corporate branding; lists of top engineering and construction firms in the US and abroad with market analyses; company profiles, key executive and C-suite changes and growth strategy; large contract awards
Veteran corporate executive Luis M. Ramirez began a new role on Sept. 12 as general manager and CEO of the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, despite controversy over his lack of public transit management experience and financial scrutiny of Global Power Equipment Group, an engineer and manufacturer of which he was CEO until 2015.
When student intern Ana Padilla left her job with Sundt Construction in Tucson, Ariz., this past summer, she received plenty of hugs and well-wishes from her colleagues on the Interstate 10-Ina Road interchange project.
A contentious special session of the Hawaii Legislature has averted the latest crisis for Honolulu’s controversial light-rail project, enacting a $2.4-billion financial bridge that backers hope will carry construction of the planned 20-mile, $8-billion system to completion in 2025.
Jacobs Engineering Group’s intended purchase of CH2M, announced on Aug. 2, has apparently cost the latter its $57-million construction-management contract for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s Green Line extension.
Gary Tulacz, ENR’s Senior Editor and manager of the ENR Top Lists for the past 20+ years, will moderate a panel of executives from the largest specialty contracting firms as they discuss the results of the 2016 Top 600 survey and opportunities for future business.
Through new mentoring between experienced job site workers, contractors and unions are expanding both technology skills and real-world best-practices for everyone. Our panel of experts will share how these “partnerships” boosted technology use, improved job site and project productivity, and made their firms attractive employers.
This popular annual webinar takes places just as the new Top 500 Design Firms ranking is unveiled. It invites leaders from top-ranked firms to talk about their takeaways from the year past and their strategy for the year ahead.
This popular annual webinar takes places just as the new Top 400 Contractors ranking is unveiled. It invites leaders from top-ranked firms to talk about their takeaways from the year past and their strategy for the year ahead.
More states are now legalizing marijuana, which presents new risks for contractors in a world where an employee’s cannabis use no longer crosses the line. Legal, safety & human resources experts from contracting firms will explain how they are keeping jobsites drug free, while avoiding costly legal challenges.
ENR will call on two top forecasters, asking them to share their views on the market prospects for the industry at midyear, both nationally and regionally. We then will add another layer by asking a leading industry technology strategist about how the year is playing out from a construction technology perspective.
Re-broadcasted On Demand from Groundbreaking Women in Construction (GWIC) 2017!
Women with jobsite experience will discuss the pros and cons of site work—from finding a bathroom to overcoming intimidation tactics and harassment. Learn how male peers and senior management can support their women colleagues in creating and maintaining an environment that will benefit all.
Owners frequently need the services of construction professionals with the skills and technologies to confidently and reliably communicate to the public. During this webinar, we will talk to engineers, owner’s representatives and project managers about their best strategies and resources for building and maintaining positive community relations.
This popular annual webinar takes places just as the new rankings are unveiled. It invites leaders from top-ranked firms to talk about their takeaways from the year past and their strategy for the year ahead. ENR will moderate a panel of executives from the largest specialty contracting firms as they discuss the results of the 2017 Top 600 survey and opportunities for future business.