Ones to Watch: Job Captains, Allie Roberson and Marsha Robinson on the Commercial Observer’s 2017 Top 20 Young A.E.C. Professionals under 35 List
Their individual experiences—family members in the business or seeing neighborhoods transform before their eyes—helped them choose between the three industries. In today’s digital world though, there is a fourth path: virtual design and construction (VDC). And it’s this fourth option that actually ties the three classic fields together by allowing the architects, engineers and construction managers to work on projects digitally before building the projects.
In Commercial Observer’s second-annual look at the top young professionals in the A.E.C. business, we honor a mix of rising stars that are behind the designs, the structural functions and ultimately the construction of the largest projects in the five boroughs, from the Second Avenue subway to Hudson Yards. But we also recognized a few trailblazers on the VDC side, people who became experts in the construction method after learning one of the three tried-and-true trades.—Liam La Guerre
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Source: Commercial Observer
We are pleased to announce Job Captain, Neely Leslie, Associate AIA, passed the WELL AP Exam! Congratulations Neely! We're proud of you and all your hard work.
MDA and MADGI got together for a fun-filled, socially-distanced evening full of laughter, great conversations, tasty treats, sparkling wine and ugly sweaters! A night to remember. Good times!
Name: Sara Agudelo, AIA, WELL AP Title: Job Captain Company Name: Montroy DeMarco Architecture List up to three associations or organizations that you are currently a member of: American Institute of Architects of New York, volunteer for God’s Love We Deliver. What...