Archive for May, 2010

Los efectos negativos de la practica profesional de la arquitectura evidenciados por la Construction Users Roundtable (CURT), la prestigiosa entidad británica The Economist” y una serie de estudios independientes al respecto de la eficacia y eficiencia de la relación entre diseño y construcción en Estados Unidos afectaron marcadamente al mercado internacional, forzando a la adopción […]


Chris Gordon, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA (cgordon@cmu.edu) Burcu Akinci, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA (bakinci@cmu.edu) James H. Garrett, Jr., Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA (garrett@cmu.edu) The promise of lower costs for sensors that can be used for construction inspection means that inspectors will continue to have new choices to consider in creating inspection plans. […]


Doris Pulsifer Associate, Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill, LLP Although Knowledge Management (KM) is not a new concept, there are many and timely reasons to make it a focus in today’s A/E practice. Knowledge Management provides A/E organizations a framework to foster, develop, and capitalize on its most valuable assets: Creativity and Invention. The development and […]