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Spire Expands in Texas with Two New Professionals

We are excited to announce that Spire has welcomed two new professionals to our Austin, Texas headquarters office in support of our continued growth. Ms. Ashley Inman, SHRM-SCP, has joined Spire as the Human Resources Manager, and Ms. Taylor McIntyre has joined the Marketing team as a Marketing Coordinator.

AISD Goes Back to School with Three Campus Openings

We are excited to announce that three of the 18 schools included in the $1.1 billion, 2017 Austin Independent School District (AISD) Bond Program have achieved substantial completion. Because of Spire’s efforts, these schools are prepared to open their doors for the education of Austin’s youth according to the city’s ordinances for in-person operation.

Spire Grows Texas Presence with Two New Consultants

Spire’s presence among the top construction consulting firms is continuing to expand with the additions of Ms. Jessica Lunte and Mr. Anthony Springer to our team of experts. Ms. Lunte and Mr. Springer are joining the Spire team based in our Austin headquarters office, and will be invaluable in supporting our clients through all of their project needs.

Spire’s Roger Nelson Presents Construction Project Scheduling & Delay Claims Seminar

Spire San Francisco’s Roger Nelson, PE, PSP, LEED AP has been invited to speak at The Seminar Group’s Construction Project Scheduling & Delay Claims live webcast. Titled “Basics of Project Scheduling and Forensic Schedule Delay,” Mr. Nelson’s particular session will outline the CPM schedule development process and mechanics, the identification of the critical path, acceleration, and the differences between delay and disruption.

A Contractor Plan: Construction During COVID-19

Contractors that are allowed to continue work on ‘essential’ projects during the pandemic need to consider the care and protection of their workforce and the surrounding communities. Contractors need to understand what is required to protect their workforce, account for supply chain impacts and manage labor availability uncertainty and how these conditions may impact the cost and time to perform work on their projects.

COVID-19 Construction Insights: Quantifying Delay Damages on Your Project

Delays on construction projects can lead to a cascade of negative financial repercussions for owners, contractors and subcontractors. As COVID-19 progresses and new mandates are put in place by federal, state and local government entities, it is imperative that owners, contractors and subcontractors properly notify, document, monitor and quantify all delay damages resulting from COVID-19.

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