Topic: Business

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Taking a rigorous approach to creativity in civil engineering

How can civil engineers integrate more creativity into their work? Oliver Broadbent takes a rigorous approach by balancing creative thinking with analytical and technical thinking to support the profession’s overall success.

How to maintain company culture when working remotely

Cale Ash, P.E., S.E., shares his experiences with maintaining company culture during the pandemic, and how those lessons may inform the future workplace.

Never miss an opportunity to network

Danielle Goudreau, P.E., M.ASCE, landed a job as a project manager by asking questions, attending conferences, and getting involved.

How COVID-19 affected maritime coursework

The pandemic caused some choppy seas for a maritime academy’s engineering students.

2021 AEC forecast: Up or down?

As the pandemic wants, the architecture, engineering, and construction market will embark on a K-shaped recovery.

New bridge boosts capacity from Port of Long Beach

More goods can move faster across – and under – a cable-stayed bridge at one of the nation’s busiest ports.

The recovery will be uneven in more than one way

As the economy recovers, firms should remember those workers left behind.

Why the AEC profession should avoid jury trials

One word was missing from a single instruction. The result? The parties may spend millions to fix the error.

Legal Brief: Look out for lawyers’ ‘reptile’ tactics in civil engineering cases

Lawyers Michael C. Loulakis and Lauren P. McLaughlin explain how design firms can protect themselves from lawyer’s “reptile” tactics in civil engineering cases.

Now is (finally) the time to future-proof our infrastructure

Constantine Samaras and Mikhail Chester write of the unique opportunity afforded by the upcoming infrastructure bill in Congress, presenting it as a chance to finally address the country’s need for climate-resilient infrastructure.