Sponsored by the National Association of Women in Construction, this year’s theme is ‘Many Paths, One Mission’, celebrating the many paths women take toward the goal of strengthening the success of women in the construction industry.
To honor this week, Bryan Nicol is joined by Patience Bonglack, RS&H project engineer and Jacki Hart, RS&H senior project engineer. They join AEC Perspectives to discuss their experiences as women in the construction industry, the challenges they faced, the advice they would give to other women and more.
A quality care environment for patients and employees can help medical facilities stay at the top of patient satisfaction surveys
and reach quality and safety goals. These goals are foundational in evidence-based design (EBD).
In honor of Pedestrian Safety Month, we’re showcasing four impactful infrastructure projects that have positively influenced their communities. Dive into the details below and stay tuned for weekly spotlights on our social media channels throughout October!
Projects inherently have risks. Some risks are high-stakes that could lead to major cost overruns or delays, while others are more minor that could lead to minor delays or changes to the scope of work.