Shawn Conrad

Penny Wise and Pound Foolish: Funding America’s Transportation Needs

Major media outlets across the United States are streaming headlines of the implications of the midterm election results. Analysts debate what the loss of congressional seats from the president's political party will have on future legislation. While many may think I am referring to our most recent … [Read More...]

Bruce Barclay

The Ebola Report

After watching CBS correspondent Lara Logan’s report on 60 Minutes a few weeks ago, I began thinking of the effect Ebola has on the people of Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea. As of last week, there were more than 13,200 cases confirmed and more than 5,000 deaths in the three countries where the … [Read More...]

Rachel_Yoka 2013

Getting Together

There is something about meeting in person that simply cannot be replicated in any other way: To find common ground with another person or organization and to identify amazing opportunities face-to-face. Last month at GreenBuild, the United States Green Building Council’s (USGBC) annual conference … [Read More...]

Frank L. Giles

Parking Industry: A Well-Rounded Resume

We’ve all been in the position of having to look for a new job or needing to take that next step in our career. So what do we do? Dust off the old resume. We want it to make us as attractive as possible The best resumes are well-rounded, not one-dimensional. They relay a candidate’s versatile … [Read More...]