The current COVID-19 crisis has affected lives and industries across the world—including ours. As we continue to monitor the effects of the virus, MGAC is committed to doing our part…
Sheldon Shapiro, CEO of Shapiro & Duncan passed away Thursday at his home in Bethesda, MD. MGAC offers its deepest condolences to the Shapiro family and all of Shapiro & Duncan.
A look at what economic and construction market leading indicators suggest about the future of the US construction market and how your construction project may be impacted.
Mark Anderson talks zombie apocalypse and the changing state of the DC commercial office landscape in his latest post.
On Saturday, October 17th, a team of MGAC staff, family and friends bundled up and traveled the two and a half hours from Washington, DC to Philadelphia to participate in a Tough Mudder. Taking on ten miles of unseasonable cold and wind, the team slithered, crawled, swam, climbed, ran, walked, wriggled and dropped their way to the finish line, learning a lesson in teamwork and leadership along the way.
As an owner’s representative, I’ve had the pleasure of working alongside many great leaders and brilliant business minds. Every business is run differently, but every exposure to another’s approach to management and finding purpose has taught me something about my own. I’ve found these observations in the field to be invaluable learning opportunities that continue to impact how we run, and market, our business.
Earlier this week, Washington lost a great business leader who was instrumental in transforming the landscape of our nation’s capital and whose national construction firm made us all better at what we do. A. James Clark was a recognized icon in business and construction, and built an impressive company with committed employees and devoted clients.
We have coordinated construction material deliveries around the nesting season of bald eagles and the breeding season of endangered sea life. We have been introduced to commissioned artists and project managed their custom art installations in multiple countries. When we started MGAC, it was all about doing the most interesting projects, having fun working together, and being a sound business in that process.
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