• Stronger together

    by The Zweig Letter

    By Gustavo Rodriguez | A collaborative design process where a diversity of voices are present and have ownership allows room for new ideas and points of view to emerge.

  • Focused: James Bradley

    by The Zweig Letter

    By Liisa Andreassen | Managing principal at GGLO (Seattle, WA), a firm that believes it’s both the opportunity and responsibility of design to inspire the best aspects of community.

  • Brian King – CEO and founder of A M King, an integrated design-build firm in Charlotte, North Carolina – talks about how he started his business in 2004, his journey creating an ESOP, and why he feels that mentorship is vital to future generations of design and construction professionals.  

  • Change of control

    by The Zweig Letter

    By Will Swearingen | A clear understanding of how your firm will be managed after a large shareholder’s exit can greatly increase success going forward.

  • Team building: Marc Tolson

    by The Zweig Letter

    By Liisa Andreassen | Owner and managing principal of Arrive Architecture Group (Bedford, TX), a firm that specializes in multi-housing residences for individuals, families, and seniors.

  • Building personal connections

    by The Zweig Letter

    By Katie Harrel & Charlotte Knight | Finding commonalities can help you build trust and strengthen relationships in this changing work environment.

  • A simple hello

    by The Zweig Letter

    By Chad Coldiron | Whatever your role is at work or in life, showing others respect is always a good way to build a great relationship.