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What Happens in Vegas…Comes Back to Washington

What Happens in Vegas…Comes Back to Washington

by Louis J. Jenny | November 14, 2013 In the last month, I attended two conferences (both in Las Vegas!) and had a chance to talk with a lot of people from across a wide swath of the country, including owners and those in the architecture/engineering/construction industry. Here are a few takeaways: First, while enthusiasm […] Read more >
Government Shutdown was Bad Project Delivery

Government Shutdown was Bad Project Delivery

by Geoff Corey  |  October 24, 2014 The government shutdown is finally over, but there’s already talk of another one in January when the funding runs out again. While watching the coverage of Congressional action (or inaction) around the shutdown, I was reminded of traditional project delivery: a lack of communication leading to costly delays. […] Read more >
A List of Shutdown Resources

A List of Shutdown Resources

by Geoff Corey  |  September 30, 2014 In light of the federal government shutdown, the following are some resources you might find useful regarding the impact on the design and construction industry. This memo from the White House Office of Management and Budget has some of the most detailed pieces of information, much of it […] Read more >
DBIA Testifies in Louisiana

DBIA Testifies in Louisiana

by Richard Thomas | September 24, 2013 I recently flew to Atlanta to attend the National Conference of State Legislatures, an annual event with state representatives and their staff discussing key issues in their states. In the midst of this conference, I connected with Representative Walt Leger, Speaker Pro Tempore of the Louisiana House of […] Read more >
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