BCCI Director of Architecture Steve Lawler speaks at AIASF: Building a People-Based Practice, Lessons from the Construction Industry
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by AIA San Francisco
About this Event
In 2019 there were over 10 construction firms on the San Francisco Business Times' "Best Places to Work in the Bay Area" list, but no architecture firms. In this session, we will learn valuable lessons about what it means to build a people-based practice from key leaders in construction, and how we can apply their best practices to the architecture profession.
Companies on the "Best Places to Work" list not only offer fun perks, but they also prioritize work-life balance, team building activities, giving back to their community and individual growth. All three of our panelists were chosen from the 2019 list, including Jon-Michael Johnson, Founder & CFO of Principal Builders (#2, Small Companies), Fran O'Sullivan, Vice President & CFO of Dome Construction (#28, Midsize Companies), and Steve Lawler, Director, Architecture of BCCI Construction Co. (#9, Large Companies).
- know why a people-centered culture is important to a firm's success, sustainability and social impact
- understand the impacts of a people-based practice on performance and projects
- see how a strong firm culture can improve client services and help with business development
- know how to foster individual growth through core values, goal setting, coaching and carefully managed staffing
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