There’s no getting around it. The financial risks of doing work in the built environment are significant for everyone involved. Capital projects budgets are big, so the stakes are too.
Recently I spent seven weeks in the United States working on what is possibly the most intense (and satisfying) project of my career.
In the first days of 2019, the modernist Standard Highline Hotel in the trendy Meatpacking District of New York was taken over by Enstoans from every corner of the world, all gathered for an event they hotly anticipate —…