Long-time principal of Robert P Madison International, Inc. fought in World War II, started the first African-American-owned firm in Ohio, worked on Cleveland's most well-known buildings, including the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame and Browns Stadium
Robert P. Madison started the first African-American-owned architecture firm in Ohio and only the 10th in the U.S., served in the 92nd infantry during World War II and fought in Italy, studied under Gropius and Le Corbusier and designed some of the most iconic buildings in Cleveland as well as major projects in places as far away as Senegal. Please join us in honoring him with ENR Midwest's Legacy Award December 3 at the Renaissance Chicago.
Autodesk has connected BuildingConnected bid management solutions with PlanGrid construction management technology, enabling the transfer of data from preconstruction to actual construction using the two tools.
Construction companies face the same challenges as technology companies and must be willing to embrace new delivery means and methods for their services... just as Netflix embraced streaming over mail-delivered DVDs.
Engineers and architects have the responsibility to hold paramount the safety, health, and welfare of the public. Until building codes adapt, building professionals must seriously consider integrating passive design into their projects to ensure occupant safety during extreme weather events.
Discover your firm’s super power — the power to quickly create 3D experiences in real-time from your design files for VR/AR devices, using tools you probably already have, or can easily acquire. We'll talk to field supervisors putting VR and AR to work to enhance project understanding, and business strategists with their eyes on advanced visualizations that will impact their company’s future.
Your world is changing. Projects are becoming more complex, new paradigms of work are emerging, and expectations are higher than ever to deliver top-quality projects ahead of schedule and under budget. ENR will talk with a panel of practicing design project leaders about new industry challenges and the solutions that they leveraged to remain competitive and drive better project outcomes.
From a new Panama Canal to sea-level rise to near-limitless cloud storage to a rumored WSP-AECOM design mega-merger, the last 10 years had big industry impacts. What's ahead for firms, owners and professionals?