Illinois-based architecture, engineering, and forensics consulting firm Raths, Raths & Johnson (RRJ), expands its leadership team. George R. Mulholland, SE, PE, The Construction Specifier author Sarah K. Flock, NCARB, BECxP, CxA+BE, and Patrick E. Reicher, SE, REWC, REWO, CCS, CCCA have been promoted to principals of the 53-year old forensic consulting practice.
Multi-discipline consulting corporation Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson (JMT) announced the launch of JMT Architecture and the purchase of Baltimore-based RCG Architects, the city’s oldest operating architectural institution.
A recent federal case addressed a common question arising among design firms: What use can a departing employee make of designs created while at a prior firm? In Gensler v. Strabala, the large international architectural firm filed suit in federal court against its former design director.
Five days of exams, and only one was the massive fill-in-answer-square format. All others were written or drawn—CAD, never mind building information modeling (BIM), was still a gleam in someone’s eye! I had to pass all portions and maintain an overall score of 75.