Tag: project management

Tag: project management

Converting Hotels to Housing : A Q&A with Michelle Dumont

Our founder, Amy Bradac, is a mentor in the CREW Mates mentorship program through CREW SF. As a mentor, she was paired with a rising real estate professional, Michelle Dumont. Michelle was a collaborator within her firm, Steinberg Hart, to put together a guide on converting hotels to housing. We are happy to share Michelle’s

Think Holistically About Your Workspace for Better Office Health

Businesses of all kinds, including law firms, are scrambling to reconfigure workspaces to meet COVID-19 guidelines for physical distancing and reduce the chance of infection. While it’s tempting to move quickly to get your firm up and running, beware of moving too fast on temporary fixes. Taking a step back and approaching office renovations holistically

How Collaboration Tools Benefit Project Teams

Workers sitting around coffee table talking

Whether ground-up construction or an extensive remodel, silo activity of team members and/or misaligned assumptions can derail the process. As the design evolves, it is important to routinely take a pulse check to ensure project goals, including budget, are still being met. From the timing of getting your general contractor involved to “page turns” and

When is the Right Time to Engage a Project Manager for Your Construction Project?

open office plan break room

Whether new construction or a “simple” remodel, projects of any scale can easily become more complex than initially thought. For owners who don’t spend their days managing design and construction projects, this is often a byproduct of “not knowing what you don’t know.” A good project manager (PM) provides value well before the actual physical

Bradac Co’s Kaiser Family Foundation Project Featured in Architect Magazine

Representing the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation in the build out of its new headquarters in San Francisco’s China Basin neighborhood, the Bradac Co project management team helped the organization realize a vision to balance the need for open, airy and collaborative spaces with the need for more intimate, individual work areas. To read more