The Pride of Working in A/E/C

By on January 10, 2019

From Mike Plotnick’s Plotlines blog:  After the dot-com crash of 2000 claimed me as one of its victims, I found my way to the bricks-and-mortar world of architecture, engineering and construction (A/E/C).

A layoff is never an enjoyable experience, of course, but I’m grateful for that “separation” because it freed me up to discover a sense of greater purpose I hadn’t realized was missing from my job.

When I joined HOK in early 2001, one of my first observations was how passionate its architects, engineers and other design professionals were about their work. They took seriously their role in addressing so many of the world’s greatest challenges.

It was—and is—infectious.

With that in mind, I reached out to several A/E/C friends and former colleagues to ask them why they’re proud of what they do.

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