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
Rival Enbridge Line 3 wins key Minnesota court ruling June 14 to move construction to expected year end completion, while scuttled $8B Keystone had tough road after Biden permit halt, as owner weighs options for pipe laid in Canada and stored.
Owners frequently call in professional services firms to streamline projects to completion and keep a pulse on the market. Lately, firms agree, that pulse is racing. Projects shelved last year are quickly rebooting while newer, more complex construction programs fill pipelines, driving many owners to seek support beyond their usual teams to manage the volume.
Like every profession, the construction industry was upended by the COVID-19 pandemic, and practices of temperature monitoring, PPE usage and social distancing were adopted as some work continued. We'll discuss how construction estimates can be built to account for changes in labor and equipment due to COVID-19 and what impacts the use of social distancing could have on construction project timeline.
Our newest offering in the Top List webinar line-up will take place just as the 2020 Top 100 Green Contractors and Top 100 Green Design Firms rankings are unveiled. During this event, we’ll invite leaders from the top-ranked firms to talk about sustainability trends, the market for green construction and their strategy for the year ahead.
This popular annual webinar takes place 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 2020 Top 600 survey and opportunities for future business.
MEP contractors and other small firms’ investments in prefabrication, cloud collaboration, and other digital technologies have positioned them well to spin back up once the economy starts to reopen and recover. These small & agile firms will show how their technology investments let them keep on target through 2020 and rethink business practices that were holding them back.