Author Archives: Ginny Nolan

About Ginny Nolan

Ginny leads the research effort for Morrissey Goodale's executive search team. Her understanding of the AEC industry, combined with her experience in candidate sourcing, helps clients achieve consistent successful strategic hires.

Hawkins Partners Elevates Four to Key Roles

Nashville-based landscape architecture and planning firm Hawkins Partners has promoted to partner status four longtime team members: Kelly Copeland, Will Marth, Nathan Oliver and Brian Phelps. The foursome will join founders Kim Hartley Hawkins and Gary Hawkins in guiding HPI’s strategic growth. Phelps, Marth and Oliver had served as associates, while Copeland will continue to […]

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Gafcon Acquires McDowell Scheduling

Gafcon Inc., an award-winning construction and program management firm based in San Diego, is expanding its construction expertise with its recent acquisition of Orange County-based McDowell Scheduling, experts in efficient planning for complex construction projects. McDowell utilizes sophisticated software and decades of experience to identify challenges and potential delays, helping clients develop projects on time […]

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Expert, I&C Engineering

LAKEWOOD, CO Job Description A privately-held, 100 percent environmental firm with over 1,500 employees across 45 locations is seeking to hire a senior-level Instrumentation and Controls (I&C) Supervising Engineer. This person will have the opportunity to work on potable water, wastewater, infrastructure and environmental projects on both the public and private side.

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ENR: American Institute of Architects Weighs Explicit Ban on Sexual Harassment

ENR: American Institute of Architects Weighs Explicit Ban on Sexual Harassment

Delegates at the American Institute of Architects annual meeting late last month in New York City resoundingly passed an anti-abuse and anti-harassment resolution to amend the AIA Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct. The resolution, a response to recent revelations of ethical misconduct “at the highest levels of the profession,” requires equitable treatment of design […]

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TRC Acquires California Construction Management Firm Vali Cooper & Associates

TRC, a leading provider of end-to-end engineering, consulting and construction management solutions fueled by innovative technology, announced today it has acquired Vali Cooper & Associates Inc., a top California infrastructure firm that manages transportation, water/wastewater, utility and facilities projects. “Vali Cooper & Associates is a leading construction management firm in California and has an excellent […]

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Employee engagement is central to talent retention

Employee engagement is central to talent retention

An organisation’s talent is its greatest asset. It is through its people that an organisation will be able to achieve its business objectives and reach and maintain its competitive advantage. The past few years have seen business leaders and organisations giving talent more strategic attention. Organisations are investing more in acquiring and developing their talent. […]

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Amal Dutta, MBA, Ph.D. Joins Braun Intertec in Texas City, Texas

Braun Intertec, an engineering, consulting and testing firm with offices throughout the central United States, is pleased to announce Amal Dutta, MBA, Ph.D., PE has joined our Texas City, Texasoffice as a principal geotechnical engineer. Dutta brings more than 20 years of leadership and engineering experience in multidisciplinary geoengineering fields, including geotechnical engineering design and consulting practices, geological […]

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Katerra acquires Lord Aeck Sargent as expansion continues

Fresh on the heels of design/build company Katerra’s acquisition of timber-oriented West Coast firm Michael Green Architecture (MGA) less than two weeks ago, the $3 billion construction company has now added the Atlanta-based Lord Aeck Sargent (LAS) to its impressive portfolio. The additions of MGA and LAS, a studio founded in 1989 that offers a full suite of landscape architecture, interior […]

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Mike Thomas joins Burns & McDonnell as Regional Environmental Manager

Mike Thomas has joined Burns & McDonnell as regional environmental manager in the firm’s Denver office, where he will grow the footprint and expand the breadth of environmental service offerings. “Mike brings 34 years in operations, program management and technical experience in the environmental consulting industry,” says Steve Nalefski, vice president, Environmental Services Group. “Mike has experience growing a […]

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Architectural Consultant

OPEN TO SEVERAL U.S. LOCATIONS (MI, NC, TN, AL) Job Description This opportunity is within an established nationwide environmental and engineering consulting firm. Our client is seeking to hire an individual with a strong background in architecture, engineering and construction to perform diverse third-party building evaluations such as property condition assessments (PCAs), architectural document & […]

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