Month: March 2021

Affordable Housing Through Adaptive Reuse: Alison Gross

I previously wrote a blog about Adaptive Reuse, describing how the creative repurposing of unused buildings could help solve some of the housing issues in our cities.  The impact of COVID-19 on urban properties and the economic downturn caused by the pandemic have exacerbated these problems, resulting in retail closings and hotel closings and redundant …

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Strum Contracting Crew Pushes Through COVID

Teaera Strum: High above the Chesapeake Bay on the landmark Bay Bridge, workers from Strum Contracting Co. could be found hard at work for much of this past year. The pandemic did not slow their roll to replace steel rail posts on the bridge that serve as a guard rail for vehicles traveling the four-mile
stretch. “If there is a pandemic or a zombie apocalypse, somebody has to get over that bridge,” said Teaera Strum, COO of the small, family-owned company based in Curtis Bay.

How to Get High Performance with Empathy: Sree Anand Ratnasinghe

Sree Anand Ratnasinghe’s secret to leadership success lies in being recognized for taking a hands-on approach to tackling large-scale digital transformation initiatives while simultaneously being a passionate customer advocate. How does she balance them when she manages employees internationally and remotely? Listen in to learn the qualities of an empathetic and high-performance- driving leader, especially in the wake of COVID-19.

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