Public Infrastructure – The Investment We Need to Make

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Does saving $2,000 a year overall sounds good to you? If so, read on! Public infrastructure is a bipartisan issue no one should ignore in the upcoming 2020 elections. It should be considered not just when comparing presidential candidates, but for all levels of state and federal government. Why? Because proper public infrastructure, or a… Continue reading Public Infrastructure – The Investment We Need to Make

Survey: Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Inclusion and Diversity

Kari Mackenbach, CFM, BCES, ENV SP and I will be speaking about “More Diversity, More Profit” on Tuesday, April 28 at 10:45 a.m. at the ACEC National Convention. But we need your help! We are looking to gather as much data as possible from AEC professionals regarding diversity and inclusion. So if you work in… Continue reading Survey: Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Inclusion and Diversity

Marketing for Municipalities: Economic Growth and Engaged Communities

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With so many towns and cities in the United States, municipalities can have way more competition than your average business. This makes successful marketing so important. Cities are constantly competing for business to stay or move to their community, ultimately bringing in new people and tax income to better support city functions – making their… Continue reading Marketing for Municipalities: Economic Growth and Engaged Communities