There is a big, new 40-story building going up at the corner of Mission and South Van Ness. It is currently referred to as 1500 Mission (Related California is the developer) and, while it hasn’t been named yet, I’m thinking that it might be called the Coke Building, to the chagrin of everyone except those
Pass any construction site, and I bet you see a big sign that says something about SAFETY. While 181 Fremont might be the safest building in the U.S. (more about that later), what has always fascinated me about the building is not what it is but how it got to be what it is. I’m
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
Opportunities in the construction industry are here and ready for you! With the LISA Movement, you get a chance to connect with an innovative industry.
Alongside collaboration, lean construction can provide maximum value and minimum waste. LISA’s advisor, Daniel Hall tells us exactly how.
LISA is impressed by the work of Monica Wilson of CIWI. This organization provides opportunities for low-income, first generation college students that have an interest in construction management and other career paths.
From networking to development, to teamwork, and to final sale, the movie and construction industry share many similarities.
Technological acceleration is not only happening at Google, Intel, and Tesla—it's going on in every metropolitan construction ecosystem in the country.
Team LISA had the opportunity to meet with Daniel Hall, who received his Ph.D. in Construction from Stanford. He has his finger on the proverbial pulse and shares his insights.