Consulting engineers must attend continuing education sessions to stay involved, even during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Amara Rozgus
Jon Ross of Smith Seckman Reid responded to questions about both business and engineering aspects of working in a COVID-19 environment
Morrissey Goodale is providing A/E leaders with news on the coronavirus and its impact on the industry. Highlights this week include a national roundup and a state-by-state look at the stay-at-home orders.
The California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo’s Recreation Center has been converted into a COVID-19 care center.
Read the best articles from the past week. An engineer fighting COVID-19 as an ICU nurse, making mechanical systems smarter, lighting trends and COVID-19's impact on the A/E industry and the workplace.
Both engineering and business topics are covered in this Q&A with Ruairi M. Barnwell
According to Quarterly Market Forecast from PSMJ Resources, six of seven major markets saw a decrease in proposal activity
As local governments look to convert unused, out of commission spaces to handle COVID-19 patient surge, CannonDesign has been working with a longtime California partner to care for a vulnerable population.
Consulting engineers have been keeping busy during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Amara Rozgus
The Bala Consulting Engineers COVID-19 Task Force has published a white paper to assist engineers in making buildings safer