Construction in flux

Covid-19 has left a dangerous swath of lost jobs across the economy. The construction industry is no exception.  According to ENR, roughly 975,000 jobs were lost in April. According to… Read More

What is the latest? Be Positive

As Americans struggle with questions over their futures in terms of Covid-19, now is the time to think about what you have as opposed to what you don’t have.  You… Read More

Celebrating Earth Day

The world celebrated the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day this week. If you felt like you missed it, then you are not alone. A lot of us are feeling like… Read More

Building strong relationships

Architecture is defined as the art or practice of designing and constructing buildings. The relationship between the architect and engineer can be complex and varied. The architect might create a… Read More

Engineers and a Crisis

This article from in the ASCE is from 20 days ago, before many people started to take the COVID-19 crisis seriously. The headline is prescient,  Coronavirus: A Wake Up Call… Read More

Engineers and the Presidency

This is Presidents’ Day Weekend. And while this is traditionally the time of year for chain stores to offer discount and someone dresses up as George Washington or Abraham Lincoln,… Read More

Civil Engineering continues to grow

Passing along some exciting news from the civil engineering industry. Johns Hopkins University has expanded it civil engineering program. The school’s reimagined Department of Civil and Systems Engineering will explore… Read More

Happy Thanksgiving

Taking time out of our meal prep (ok watching the parade) to wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving Day.  May it be one that allows you to count your blessings; enjoy… Read More