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By Jack Smith, Content Manager, and Amara Rozgus, Editor-in-Chief
Office Buildings October 16, 2002

Training Lacking for Branch Managers

Even though the vast majority of firm leaders agree that satellite office managers need to have a more developed skill set than project managers, it is the latter group that is much more likely to receive leadership and management training, concludes the Natick, Mass.-based market research firm ZweigWhite.

By Consulting Specifying Engineer Staff
Office Buildings October 1, 2002

Project News

Boston-based Vanderweil Engineers recently opened an office in downtown Baltimore. The new location will enable the firm to expand further into the mid-Atlantic region. Vanderweil also plans to recruit professional and administrative staff to the new office over the next several months. The Baltimore office is located at 231 E.

By Staff
Office Buildings April 26, 2002

GSA Needs May Exceed D.C. Real Estate Offerings

Stricter security requirements for federal facilities combined with a growing need for office space may trigger a building boom in the Washington, D.C. area, according to a study recently completed by Delta Associates, Alexandria, Va., the research affiliate of real estate firm Transwestern Commercial Services.

By Staff
Office Buildings March 14, 2002

FMI Predicts Some Economic Recovery This Year

Digging out from the recession, construction activity in the hotel, retail and industrial sectors is expected to emerge from growth slumps this year, although it will take until 2003 for the office sector to recover, predicts FMI in a recently released construction outlook report.

By Staff