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BrailsfordBrailsford & Dunlavey works with its national client base to advance communities through ongoing engagement and planning.

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Brailsford & Dunlavey (B&D) is a program management and development advisory firm with comprehensive in-house planning capabilities. It has been on ENR’s list of Top 50 Program Management firms for a number of years, and has been recognized as a top workplace and as an organization that contributes to the construction of sustainable schools. B&D employees from across the company’s nine offices also routinely are recognized with national best-in-class awards. As Shilpa Khatri, senior project manager notes, the company’s “incredible people” allow B&D to “inspire, empower, and advance our communities and all who live and work in them.” This piece takes a closer look at B&D’s work, as told through Khatri’s experience.

Big DBig-D Construction is preparing to deliver the first phase of its Park Avenue project.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

When general contractors, designers and subcontractors come together to build a project, it not only represents an opportunity to show off their unique skills, but also the result of a true collaboration. Big-D Construction’s Park Avenue project in Salt Lake City embodies that, Rich Hazel says.

RabrenRabren invests in people, equipment to be a top contractor in Alabama.

By Mark Lawton, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Rabren General Contractors maintains the ability to self-perform a significant portion of projects rather than always relying on subcontractors and has invested in both the people and equipment to do so. In terms of human resources, the company employs project managers, superintendents, field engineers and laborers. In terms of equipment, the company has excavators, bulldozers, dump-trucks, lowboys and more.

SouthlandSouthland Concrete has been setting the pace in quality concrete the Washington, D.C., metropolitan market since 1973.

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

About 20 years ago, one of Southland Concrete’s rebar suppliers looked at the guys working on a project that day, and said “you guys really set the pace around here,” according to President and CEO Randy Green. The team, which works throughout the Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia market, really liked that and adopted “Setting the Pace” as its motto from then on out. By living up to that motto, Southland Concrete has become recognized as a leader in concrete subcontracting, demonstrated by ongoing repeat business. 

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