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Monthly Archives: February 2019

Spire Experts Have Been Published by AACE and ASCE

Two of Spire’s experts have been published in industry-recognized publications. Managing Consultant, Roger Nelson, PE, PSP, LEED AP, co-authored an article in the January/February 2019 edition of AACE International (AACE)’s Cost Engineering journal. Additionally, Spire Consultant, Roberto Leandro, PMP’s Master’s thesis was published in the American Society of Civil Engineer (ASCE)’s Journal of Construction Engineering and Management.

Spire Experts Deliver Multiple Presentations in Austin

Spire’s project controls experts Kate Hull, Managing Consultant, and Roberto Leandro, PMP, Consultant, have delivered two thought-leading engagements to A/E/C professionals of Austin, TX over the last few weeks. In addition to speaking at the Austin Bar Association Construction Law Section’s January luncheon, Ms. Hull co-presented with Mr. Leandro at the 2019 Austin Build Expo conference.

Spire’s San Francisco Office Has Moved to One Sansome

Spire is excited to announce that as of February 2019, we have relocated our San Francisco office to the prestigious One Sansome Street, located in the heart of San Francisco’s Financial District. The new office offers Spire employees and clients easy access to all forms of public transit and is conveniently situated directly above a main Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station.

Anthony Gonzales Kicked Off 2019 with Multiple Thought-Leading Engagements

Spire Managing Principal, Anthony Gonzales, has carried his thought-leading reputation into the New Year. In the first few weeks of 2019, he has delivered presentations to the Project Management College of Scheduling (PMCOS)’s College of Fellows Annual Meeting, and the Texas Executive MBA Program, offered by the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin.

Spire Joint Venture Has Been Selected by San Francisco Public Works

The joint venture, Spire-Paradyne has been selected by San Francisco Public Works to provide learning and training services on an as-needed basis. Spire-Paradyne will design and deliver innovative and effective training and development to include performance management, survey design and administration, team development, developmental coaching, process improvement, and research-based benchmarking to City and County staff.