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Best for NYC: Best Practices

In today’s Best for NYC Challenge post I want to continue the train of thought from my discussion on government mandates. In short, if something is worth doing, we should do it whether or not we are required to do so. The specific example I have in mind right now is scaffold training. When I started work …

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Best for NYC: Best Practices

In today’s Best for NYC Challenge post, I want to discuss an effect of our company’s size. As I’ve mentioned before we are bigger than it feels to me: we’re bigger than the median company in both the US and New York State and we’re bigger than a lot of our architecture-firm clients, but we’re still …

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Best for NYC: Other Companies

It probably comes as no surprise to anyone that these Best for NYC Challenge blog posts were written in advance to ease the burden of daily posting. Today’s post is an exception, the blogging equivalent of a stop-the-presses special. A local B Corp, Kickstarter, was profiled in the New York Times in a thorough and interesting …

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Best for NYC: Best Practices

It turns out that I’m not done discussing recycling as part of the Best for NYC Challenge. The furniture in our office consists of a desk and a table for each employee, some extra tables in our conference space, chairs, bookcases, and a couple of feeling cabinets. The desks, tables, and bookcases are all reused steel furniture. …

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