Sound Advice: Find Peace of Mind Through Proactive Acoustical Planning

We have all heard a horror story or two about large-dollar building projects that shortly after completion received a flood of noise complaints requiring considerable effort and spending to address the concerns. Sadly enough, many of these situations could have been avoided by proactively discussing and planning for the acoustical needs of the project up…

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Leadership at Cotter Consulting

Cotter Consulting, Inc. is proud to announce recent promotions to our senior management team. Cotter is passionate about helping our employees achieve their highest potential, and in doing so, Cotter becomes a place where both our employees and our organization can grow together. Together we focus on our core purpose to Improve Lives by Enhancing…

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Choosing the Best Project Management Information System

A key element to a successful project controls strategy is selecting the best method to manage the flow and storage of information. For many large projects and organizations, the adoption of a Project Management Information System (PMIS) is an efficient way to facilitate these needs. When deciding upon the best system to use, begin by…

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Anne Cotter Named New Member of Bradley University’s Board of Trustees

Cotter Consulting is proud to announce that President Anne Edwards-Cotter, CCM, has been named a new member of the Bradley University of the Board of Trustees! Anne is honored to take on this role at her alma mater, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in civil engineering in 1977, the only female civil engineering student…

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Top 5 Tips for Greenhouse Gas Reduction Planning

Is a Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Reduction Plan in your organization’s future? Whether your intent is driven by philosophical goals or the bottom line – remember these 5 things as you undertake the GHG reduction planning process. Click here to read Deeta Bernstein‘s Greenhouse Gas Reduction Plan tips.  

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