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"My introduction class instructor, YanPei Chao, was more than an instructor; he became a mentor."
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"Construction is always going through cycles. You have to adjust yourself to the market. Successful companies are busy whether or not the market is slow."
"The constant challenge in academia is to find the right balance, where the information taught in classrooms is relevant to actual industry situations. My approach allows students to learn the basic concepts and terminology, and exposes them to three of the most common BIM tools that they'll encounter in the design and construction industry."
"Typically, Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is being adopted by well-established companies that want to improve their internal operations. Oddly enough, while those mature companies are installing ERM, it is actually best suited for small growing contractors because those contractors are the ones who truly need to improve their business practices."
On the recommendation of his new employer, Kubischta dove into the Certificate Program in HVAC to further develop his knowledge and skills in energy engineering. Learn more about Duane.