SITE SEARCH:
video overview
ADS


Publisher of The Virginia Engineer

Print-Publishing Services
Web Site Design-Coding-Hosting
Business Consulting

Phone:


GUEST ARTICLES ARCHIVE
Blueprints, Bullets and Bushes
September 2009

An Integrated (or Unique) Approach to Crime Prevention and Facility Design

By Michael A. Jones, MS

Isolating Building Joints
August 2009

How will International Building Code (IBC) regulations impact your next building design?

By Mark A. Capriotti

Regional Energy and Sustainability Legislations
July 2009

By: Kristina Koepke and Maureen K. Roskoski

“Green trends” has become a common phrase used throughout the United States. If you haven’t participated in one of these trends, there’s no doubt you’ve at least heard the phrase.

The Family Run Business: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Succession Planning
June 2009

By Gene Siciliano

Family run companies are in many respects the backbone of American business. They are typically the most stable of small businesses, with a much lower failure rate than other small business models.

Proftable Impact: How to Make Powerful, Positive Impressions
May 2009

By Scott Halford
Memory is the ability to gather roses in the winter. -Carol Burnett quoting someone smart

Play to Your Strengths: 5 questions that lead to greater professional success
April 2009

By Mark Eaton, NBA All Star
At work, how many of you are running around doing everything when there is really only one thing that you could be great at?

Rally Your Employees in Tough Times: Point Toward a Better Future
March 2009

By Chris Witt
The economy isn’t in the best shape. Maybe you’ve noticed. Your employees certainly have.

How to "Green" Your Business
February 2009

By Susan Meredith
Converting to “green” is a lot like learning to ride a bicycle.

Get Mentally Tough: Seven Secrets to Resilience During Difficult Times
January 2009

By Dr. Nancy D. O’Reilly
Change is not always easy; in fact, for many of us change is downright difficult. Humans are creatures of habit.

Transform Your Business with 2009 New Year's ReVolutions
December 2008

By Michael Guld
While the origin of New Year’s resolutions goes back as far as 153 BC, in modern day times, they usually evoke feelings of guilt.

How to Manage Employees Who are Also Family Caregivers
November 2008

By The American Red Cross
With a growing number of Americans providing care for a loved one at home, businesses need to address this growing trend in a way that’s equitable for employees and employers alike.

Poisonous Passivity
October 2008

By Francie Dalton
Embedded in this brief conversation are no less than 5 aspects of poisonous passivity that can derail individual success, subvert group effectiveness, and exacerbate undesirable turnover.

Need a Memory Boost?
September 2008

By Dr. Nancy D. O’Reilly, Clinical Psychologist
Remember when you were a child and you remembered everything your parents promised, like that new bike or a trip to zoo?

It's Not What You Make That Counts - It's What You Keep!
August 2008

By Patrick Astre
There are two things in life you don’t want to watch closely as they’re made; the first is sausages, the second is tax laws.

Leadership in the Face of Change
July 2008

By John Baker
“The only constant in the universe is change.” Greek philosopher, Heraclitus – 2,500 years ago


Older Guest Articles  -----   Newer Guest Articles