Your parents did everything they could to help you get into college. Bet you can’t wait to tell them the news that –wait for it –you’re going into construction. Construction? Seriously? Is that why you spent four (or more) years in college? Yup. It sounds crazy, but today, more and more of the best and the
Sharon Smith is a construction worker, but she seldom wears a hard hat or steps onto a construction site. Instead, Sharon, 24, consults to engineering, construction, and architectural firms in the area of sustainability. It’s one thing to put up buildings. It’s another thing altogether to make sure the buildings are built in the most
Gawande notes: that to combat complexity and the harm of expertise in the industry communication and checklists are a must.
Students planning their careers still need greater education and awareness about AEC career tracks. Here's how the LISA Movement can help.