Last month we asked for your help identifying the future leaders in the A/E/C industry, and to nominate those who you believe currently excel in their careers. You responded, and our independent panel of judges have picked the winners.
Aiming to save as many of its classic iron bridges as possible, Denton County's Adopt-a-Bridge program offers the historic structures to fellow governments and schools at no charge, as long as the recipient moves and restores the structure.
In the past few weeks I've felt like the dinner guest who shows up without a nice bottle of wine because I didn't get to the store in time. Many of my contacts have asked what Texas Construction will look like in 2011, and the answer is straightforward. While positive change is the straightforward answer, we have yet to
Last week in Engineering News-Record's global edition I reported briefly on a plan that would transform acres of into a a green-tech business park and airport whose developers envision as not only a green-themed business park but a prototype of sorts for future delvelopments in the same spirit. Yesterday's local
During a recent discussion with a Gulf of Mexico oil and gas industry professional about BP, the Gulf oil spill, the Texas City refinery explosion and the company's safety record overall, a great deal of sadness was expresses. As well, a hope that the industry will learn from BP's mistakes.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported in an article yesterday the results of a statewide poll it conducted with other major papers across the state. The paper reported the following results: Fifty-three percent of registered voters said they would like such a law in Texas, 38 percent oppose it, 8 percent aren't sure and 1
The editors at McGraw-Hill Construction want your help to identify the future leaders and those who currently excel in their careers. Help us to learn and know about them and who they are. You are the experts. That is why we are calling on you to tell us who you consider the best and brightest of the many rising stars in the
The complete list will be published in October ranking the top 95 design firms in Texas. Meanwhile, below, we invite you to take a sneak peek at the top ten. We didn't see any big surprises this year for the top 10 slota; most firms held their previous positions close to them. No. 9 and No. 10,
I don't know that I made any headlines for the participants at today's discussion with the Austin chapter of the Society of Marketing Professional Services, "Making Magic With the Media," luncheon and media panel. As a member of the media panel, I did do my best to answer some interesting questions.