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Construction Management: Running to Win

July 31, 2015

Reaching a goal requires continuous effort The last mile of any marathon requires the greatest effort. Many runners face two choices: give up or finish the race. When I ran the 2011 Publix Georgia Half Marathon, I did it to raise awareness about the devastating 2011 Japan earthquake; even though I was emotionally and physically…
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Construction Management: It’s About the Relationships

June 23, 2015

We need each other to get the job done Growing up, my dad was the master of patience and respect even though my family tested him daily. He was a man who never mistreated others or fought back because he was mistreated. He lived by a simple code – no one deserved retribution or rough…
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Construction Management: You Can Only Say No Once

May 20, 2015

You can say yes many times, but you can only say no once. Where I grew up in rural Oklahoma, there was not much to do for work besides the manufacturing plant or the oil fields. Those were all well and good, but as a young man I wanted more. So, I moved to Texas.…
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Construction Management in the Digital Age

March 25, 2015

Construction firms are now utilizing electronic signatures Mike Brown, LEED AP I’m often one of the last to leave our office in the evening. Sometimes I leave a little too late and notice our cleaning crew straightening up the office at the end of the day. They dust off computers, surfaces and even the copiers,…
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