Early this year, our team attended the 2022 MEP Innovation Conference in Tampa, Florida. The three-day event was designed to improve productivity and profitability for MEP contractors. Each session offered industry-related information on new tools, software, technology and processes. We…
Monday, March 7 marked the beginning of The Parade of Hearts, a public arts experience focused on the Kansas City Metropolitan area – the Heartland of America.
To show our support for women in construction, we asked seven of our team members to record videos sharing advice or encouragement for other women in the industry.
With the importance of this work, we have partnered with Sophic Solutions, a change management consulting firm that specializes in helping companies strengthen their understanding of DEIB
We have all seen the headlines. The Great Resignation is underway. Many experts say that this shift results from a lack of cultural engagement in the workplace. As research shows, employees want to work for and will stay at companies…
John Marlow has been named U.S. Engineering Construction’s Vice President of Project Development for the Rocky Mountain region.
Richard Green has been promoted to Vice President of Project Development for the Midwest Region at U.S. Engineering Construction.
U.S. Engineering is proud to support individual and community health and wellbeing by giving time and resources to the Construction Management (CM) Cares program at Colorado State University.
One way we work to reduce risk is with a design-assist approach. Director of Preconstruction Services Jamison Clark provides insights.
On Wednesday, January 19, 2022, businesses in Kansas City and beyond lit up their buildings, and people made noise and flashed lights to #ShineForTheFrontline. U.S. Engineering’s headquarters in Kansas City glowed blue to show support for frontline workers.