Spotlights

2018 Women in Construction: Amy Mund Christmas, The S/L/A/M Collaborative

Name: Amy Mund Christmas Title: Associate Principal Company: The S/L/A/M Collaborative Years in the A/E/C Industry: 22 years Wha...

2018 Women in Construction: Tracy Caisse, The S/L/A/M Collaborative

Name: Tracy Caisse Title: Associate Company: The S/L/A/M Collaborative Years in the A/E/C Industry: 12 years What associations o...

2018 Women in Construction: Kelly McGonagle, Skanska

Name: Kelly McGonagle Title: Project Manager Company: Skanska Years in the A/E/C Industry: 20 years What associations or organiz...

2018 Women in Construction: Jillian Condiracci, Skanska

Name: Jillian Condiracci Title: Project Engineer Company: Skanska Years in the A/E/C Industry: 6 years What associations or orga...

2018 Women in Construction: Kara Chiccarelli, Skanska

Name: Kara Chiccarelli Title: Senior Proposal Manager Company: Skanska Years in the AEC Industry: 7 years What associations or o...

Construction Institute’s 3rd Annual Women Who Build Summit - February 22

East Hartford, CT In today’s workplace, taking a day away from work to reflect on our careers and to hear from industry leaders is a r...

National Association of Women in Construction RI Chapter host Women in Construction event - March 12

Providence, RI On March 12, the Rhode Island chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction held a networking event, honoring ...

Market realities – 2018 Forecast: Predictions regarding the overall insurance environment - by Spencer Macalaster

As we enter the second quarter of 2018, our clients are asking us for our predictions regarding the overall insurance environment. For the last 9 plus years the insurance marketplace has seen significant inflows of capital, combined

IBEW Local 103 makes history - Broomstein named business agent

Boston, MA IBEW Local 103 has named Kenell Broomstein to a key leadership post as a Business Agent for the Boston area. Broomstein becomes t...

Rhode Island market 2018: Remains the same as it has been for years - by Michael Giuttari

This sounds like the proverbial broken record, but in the Rhode Island market, 2018 remains the same as it has been for years, showing a real lack of available product, which sometimes slows our deal flow to a craw