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Learning Resources

Our team of industry experts has a unique level insight into the latest technologies and trends impacting design, construction and operations and maintenance. Reference this collection of resources contributed by the team to learn more about today's top topics.

When a company is constantly evolving, there are internal obstacles encountered every day on the job front. One common problem is the transfer of knowledge from a seasoned employee to a new hire – and this is especially true in the consulting industry. If employees possess skill sets that allow them to be interchangeable among different projects, teams are always changing.

By: Anonymous

As the AECO industry continues to evolve through technology, Microdesk has remained focused on having the top talent to educate peers and clients in the most efficient direction possible. Their reputation for talent recently gained an international audience, as George Broadbent, Microdesk’s Director of Asset Management, was invited to speak at the Conecta 2017 conference in Lima, Peru.

By: Anonymous

The workflow and general adoption of BIM has been growing more and more each year, for all disciplines in the AECO Industry. Discover how moving to BIM can improve the management of your projects, and enable you to do more, faster and better.

By: Anonymous

Training and development has become a big challenge for most architecture, engineering, construction and owner/operator (AECO) firms, as they try to ensure that their staff is up-to-date on the newest technology for design. While building a strong training and development program is essential, firms are also looking to technology to help them solve their training and education needs.

By: Anonymous

As cities continue to look for new ways to drive sustainable growth, the concept of urban agriculture is helping cities become more resourceful and mitigating the ecological impact that they have. In cities like San Francisco, Chicago, Philadelphia and even New York, urban agriculture has been rapidly growing and successful in reducing the ecological footprint of those cities.