by Jodi Sorensen on May 10, 2011
Portland Oregon-based SERA Architects blends two traditions into its architecture service--urban revitalization and sustainable design. Not only does the firm embrace a corporate philosophy to operate as green as possible, it provides guidance and expertise in a wide range of environmental issues that extend well beyond green building.
In 2006, SERA Architects teamed with Cutler Anderson Architects and was selected for what would become one of the largest federal government building renovation projects funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). Located in downtown Portland Oregon, The Edith Green/Wendell Wyatt Federal Building (EGWW) it is to become a flagship building for the federal government. It is comprised of an eighteen-story office tower, which occupies one full city block and two levels of basement and parking areas. Upon its completion in 2013, it will house about 17 different federal agencies.
by Diana Ramos on August 8, 2016
Alpha Architect, an asset management firm, manages approximately $300 million for customers across the globe. In an industry where you’re competing against billion dollar companies, getting ahead means operating as efficiently as possible. And the team at Alpha understands the role that technology plays in giving them a competitive advantage.
Just being a little bit cheaper than their competition wasn’t enough. They needed to be doing business in a revolutionary way. That is why they set out to find a solution that would help to reduce overhead costs and manage operational workflows, while being simple to use and able to support an auditable trail of compliance activity.
How Alpha Architect Uses Smartsheet to Run Their CRM and Stay SEC Compliant
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