Tag: AEC

A Paradigm Shift: Reducing Embodied Carbon in the Built Environment

A Paradigm Shift: Reducing Embodied Carbon in the Built Environment

| April 26, 2019

by Emily Langner On May 31, the Boston Society of Architects/AIA, in partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will be holding a conference in Cambridge, Massachusetts titled Embodied Carbon in Buildings. The purpose of this very special event is for A/E/C industry professionals to come together to hear from “leading-edge practitioners and researchers as […]

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Three Ways to Convince Skeptical Prospects to Trust Your Architecture, Engineering, or Construction Firm

Three Ways to Convince Skeptical Prospects to Trust Your Architecture, Engineering, or Construction Firm

| April 3, 2019

This article originally appeared on SMPS Boston’s website. by Katie Martell The future of marketing is not about attention, reach, creative, or technology. These things are important – don’t get me wrong. But, there is a bigger and more urgent charter for marketers at professional services firms: trust. We don’t do business with people, or companies, we do […]

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Above and Beyond: How One Man’s Vision is Transforming Lives

Above and Beyond: How One Man’s Vision is Transforming Lives

| April 3, 2019

by Emily Langner Earlier this year, the Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts (AGC MA) held a summit in Boston titled The Opioid Epidemic: Crisis in the Workplace. Over 170 representatives from the construction industry came together to learn more about the challenges of, and the solutions to, the epidemic that affects so many in the […]

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Designing a Future of Trust, Collaboration, and Prosperity

Designing a Future of Trust, Collaboration, and Prosperity

| March 26, 2019

by Emily Langner In the A/E/C industry, the results of planning, hard work, and follow-through are immediately evident in the work that is produced. The success of any business in this space has much to do with its ability to create a tangible product: an office building, multifamily residence, or school, to name a few, […]

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Hoffmann Architects Welcomes Deneau

Hoffmann Architects Welcomes Deneau

| January 7, 2019

New York – Hoffmann Architects, an architecture and engineering firm specializing in the rehabilitation of building exteriors, welcomed Lisa A. Deneau as business development manager for the New York region, based in the firm’s Manhattan office. With over 20 years’ experience marketing professional services in the A/E/C industry, Deneau has led business development efforts in […]

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Climate Change and the Future of the A/E/C industry

Climate Change and the Future of the A/E/C industry

| December 24, 2018

by Emily Langner In 2018, the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) both released landmark reports detailing the catastrophic effects climate change will continue to have on the world economy, with the NOAA report expanding on the threats to U.S. national security, essential services, and the […]

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Tapping into the Future of the Design and Construction Industry

Tapping into the Future of the Design and Construction Industry

| December 21, 2018

by the Young Professionals Council of the Construction institute “Everything we know about our industry is wrong in terms of what we will be doing tomorrow.” (Jim Cramer, former EVP, AIA, founder, Design Intelligence, from his keynote at the Construction Institute’s AEC Leadership Conference, November 2018) There is perhaps no better way to learn about […]

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Partly Sunny with a Chance of Headwinds: 2019 A/E/C Forecast, Boston

Partly Sunny with a Chance of Headwinds: 2019 A/E/C Forecast, Boston

| December 19, 2018

by Laureen Poulakis New England’s longest-lasting growth run continues and 2019 will be a year of uncertainty.  What are the disruptors this year?   A/E/C Construction and Labor – Thought to be baked into Boston’s market in 2018, construction costs are expected to continue trending upward and supplier margins will pressurize further due to trade wars […]

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