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Construction Inclusion Week | Five Questions for Stephen Terni

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In 2020, a group of six general contractors – DPR Construction, Gilbane Building Company, Turner Construction Company, Mortenson, McCarthy, and Clark Construction Group – created a consortium titled Time for Change with a single purpose: identify ways to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in construction. Through this effort, the Construction Inclusion Week (CIW) was born….

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New Realities: AEC Employee Perspectives on Reopening

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For much of the last year, business leaders and public health experts have believed that it would be safe to resume in-office work at around the same time that schools reopened in fall 2021. With summer at an end, some of our clients have implemented this transition, while others have delayed their timelines dues to…

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New Realities: Future of the AEC Workplace

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In March 2020, most AEC firms made an abrupt shift from nearly universal on-site or in-office work to remote work in response to the global health crisis. Today, with COVID-19 cases on the decline and more than half of the US adult population fully vaccinated, many of our clients are planning to safely reopen their…

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Architecture Awards Reflect Changing Priorities

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It’s award season for major architectural prizes: the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Gold Medal and the international Pritzker Architecture Prize. These are considered the highest honors for an architect. The goal of the Pritzker Prize is “to honor a living architect or architects whose built work demonstrates a combination of those qualities of talent, vision,…

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Never Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste

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I had the pleasure of participating in a Professional HR Roundtable last week and during the conversation, someone mentioned Sir Winston Churchill’s statement “never let a good crisis go to waste!”  and I thought how appropriate. In looking back over the last year, the amount of progress that has been made in a profession where…

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10 Ways to Continue to Prioritize Your Wellness and Stay Connected & Creative

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2,080 miles apart, friends and CMG colleagues Tiffany Berergon (New Orleans) and Kate Murphy (Seattle) bonded instantaneously four years ago over a love of analog snail mail and an appreciation for life’s little moments. This bond has only strengthened this past year, and while we have continued to stay in touch with pen and paper,…

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