Scott Phillips has been involved in water/wastewater, utility infrastructure, and industrial construction for over 25 years. He leads the business development activities for Garney Construction in the Central US where he helps educate and assist owners in the use and...
Hazen and Sawyer develops practical solutions to water quantity and quality challenges around the globe. Since our founding, we’ve maintained a singular focus on all things water—working with communities to identify new sources, structure effective treatment, and...
In real estate, the mantra “location, location, location” means choosing the wrong site for a development could cost you dearly later. In construction, the same can be said for document control.
It is well known that the economic conditions of the last few years presented enormous global challenges across multiple industries. Supply chains have been strained to their breaking point and costs of goods climbed to their highest levels.
Joint ventures (JVs) are strategic business agreements between two or more firms to create a new entity for a specific pursuit. In a fully integrated JV, the companies involved share all risks, profits, losses, assets, and liabilities.
The booming water/wastewater market is keeping design-builders busy, so much so that the economic equilibrium is off-center, slanted toward a place where demand often exceeds supply. It’s a design-builders’ (bidders) market.
The method by which a construction project is delivered often makes all the difference in its outcome. A project with a straightforward scope can be very successful completed via a design-bid-build delivery.
People generally don’t like change. Several reasons exist for this, but mainly from a fear of the unknown. When people do leave their comfort zone, however, it can be liberating to achieve results far better than what they have seen in the past.
Balfour Beatty is an industry-leading provider of general contracting, at-risk construction management and design-build services for public and private sector clients across the United States. Performing heavy civil and vertical construction, the company is part...
Represented by Todd O’Donnell, director of business development, and Erik Anderson, project executive, Wharton-Smith is headquartered in Sanford, FL, and is one of the leading construction firms in the Southeast.