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Best for NYC: Best Practices

In a previous Best for NYC Challenge post I mentioned in passing that preserving old buildings helps the environment by reducing the amount of waste from demolition and the amount of materials and energy required for new construction. For those of us in the field, this is a common idea, hardly worthy of discussion. Of course, that …

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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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