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Jun 3, 2019

Avoiding Construction Angst: Ideas for a Better Start

Written by:

Frank Hayes, COO & President, Building Division

Topic: Collaboration, Leadership, Lean Construction, Proactive Communications Planning

Navigating through the uncertainties of a construction project is often a stressful experience for clients. Even for clients who build frequently, the challenges are enough to keep them up at night, maybe for many nights. Why the agita? For one … Read More

Dec 3, 2018

The Tech Advantage for Owners: 5 Questions with Chris Fogg and Olivia Gardner

Written by:

The BOND Marketing Team

Topic: Augmented Reality, Building Information Modeling, Integrated Services, Laser Scanning, MEP Coordination, Virtual Design & Construction

Technology innovation is transforming the way we plan, manage risk, and build. Translating digital advances into tangible benefits for clients, however, is often missing in all the industry hype. We asked Chris Fogg and Olivia Gardner of BOND’s Integrated Services … Read More

Mar 29, 2018

Women’s History Month & Women in Construction Week Wrap-Up

Written by:

The BOND Marketing Team

Topic: Culture, Diversity

As part of the March celebration of Women’s History Month and #WICWeek2018, the BOND Foundation established a new scholarship program for women students at Wentworth Institute of Technology (WIT) and the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Ten scholarships will be awarded … Read More

Feb 26, 2018

5 Questions with Gregory Williamson

Written by:

The BOND Marketing Team

Topic: Cost Control, Preconstruction, Virtual Design & Construction

We asked BOND Preconstruction VP Greg Williamson five questions on the changes and opportunities he sees in his frontline work with clients and project team partners. Greg’s recent projects include the phased expansion and renovation of Lawrence General Hospital and … Read More

Dec 13, 2017

Climate Change Solution and Energy Resilience: District Energy Systems Allow Universities to Address Both Goals

Written by:

Tim Peer, P.E., Vice President of District Energy

Topic: District Energy

Students, faculty, and staff at the University of Maine’s Orono campus experienced an October surprise this year – two unrelated power outages in a single week. The first one darkened the campus and adjacent downtown on October 27th. Three days … Read More

Oct 27, 2017

Two-Way Learning in BOND’s Providence Diversity Course

Written by:

Kim Silvestri, Project Executive, BOND

Topic: Diversity

BOND has completed its first diversity and learning course as a new initiative based in Providence, Rhode Island. Building Division Project Executive, Kim Silvestri, shares ideas on raising awareness on the business side of the field, provides advice on how … Read More

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