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Now that construction has been underway for about a year, the California High-Speed Rail Authority is beginning to spend its billions – and small businesses are swarming in to get their share of the project. The high-speed rail authority has a commitment to spend 30 percent of its money with small businesses and a budget of $21 billion to build the first operating segment between San Jose and Bakersfield.
Spire chose to design the new office space as a crisp canvas for innovation—always keeping its core purpose in mind; to ensure your vision becomes a reality. Open spaces filled with natural light are scattered throughout the new office to promote collaboration, and exposed concrete pillars and fixtures hint to Spire’s construction roots.
Spire Consulting Group, LLC, a multi-disciplined construction engineering consulting firm headquartered in Austin, Texas, is excited to announce the opening of its newest office location, in downtown Miami. This strategic expansion enables Spire to better serve the construction conundrums of clients on the east coast.
Spire has chosen to design the new office space as a crisp canvas for innovation, keeping its core purpose in mind; to ensure that a vision becomes a reality. Open spaces filled with natural light are scattered around the new office to promote collaboration, and exposed concrete pillars and fixtures hint to Spire’s construction roots.
The Western Winter Workshop (WWW) is an annual event presented by the San Francisco Bay Area and Southern California Sections of AACE International that showcases the very latest in project controls tools and techniques.
Jan. 27, Austin TX — Spire Consulting Group, LLC teamed up with The Construction Leadership Council (CLC) Austin Chapter to host the first inaugural Resume Building Workshop at the University of Texas at Austin.
We are raised to plan for rainy days in our personal lives. Keep an umbrella in the car, allow extra time to travel, clean the gutters. We do the same on our construction projects…right?
As part of his role on the Education Committee of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) Southern California Chapter, Spire Associate Principal Todd Cozolino was responsible for planning and coordinating the recent seminar, “Facility Assessments – Why did you fund that project and not this one?”