Builders at our Core: Emory Sweeney and Steve ParedesGood planning and good partnerships lead to great results. In the most recent installment of Builders at our Core, hear from two Austin-based superintendents about what drew them to the field and how they help the team succeed.
Great Things: Issue 3 is here!After 30 years, we're continuing to move ever forward. In Great Things: Issue 3, learn about DPR's journey to 30, as well as the trends, technologies and projects we're talking about.
Builders at our Core: Carlos MorenoCarlos Moreno is committed to working safely, not because it's a rule, but because he believes in his heart that it is the right thing to do. Hear from the superintendent about how to promote a culture of safety on-site.
Builders at our Core: Getting the Bay Area Back to WorkLearn how a large healthcare project restarted amidst the California Bay Area shelter-in-place order. From staggered start times to prescreening, the team successfully brought a project back online in the face of a pandemic.
30 Years and Ever ForwardIn 1990, DPR was founded with a purpose: We exist to build great things.® Great people, great partnerships, great projects, a truly great construction company. Click above to view our special 30th Anniversary video.
Hindsight 2020: Upfront Costs Bring Long-Term BenefitsAchieving cost certainty on construction projects will be a must for customers in the coming months. Check out four things to consider before starting a project to avoid unwanted conditions.
Building for Resilience in Workspaces: A SeriesWhat will commercial spaces look like when offices open? In a four-part series, DPR experts discuss ways to build resiliency into workplaces as businesses open up again and improvements you can make to your existing office space.
Post-pandemic, 3 Ways to Better ROI in Healthcare IT & Facility InvestmentsLearn from DPR Healthcare Expert Carl Fleming about three ways customers can improve ROI in healthcare IT and facility investments to help with this challenge as they plan for the future.
Builders at our Core: Keeping Team Members SafeAs projects continue to move forward, we have adjusted how we work to protect employees, customers and communities. New safety measures enable DPR to continue delivering projects during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Builders at our Core: Nancy MartinezNancy Martinez leads a self-perform work team in Virginia that helps projects stay safe and on the track to success, with the mindset of “there is nothing we can’t do.”
If These Walls Could Talk... They'd Share MEP Stories In this new series, DPR Construction shines a light on the vital role of MEP - and MEP professionals - on every project, ensuring smooth operations for all the great things we build.
Builders at our Core: Hershal RogersHershal Rogers has experienced firsthand the technological advancements that push the industry forward. Currently on his mind? Prefabrication. Learn about the impact of #prefabrication from a worker in the field.
DPR Takes the Lead in Digital TransformationIf there's one lesson DPR has learned on its digital transformation journey, it’s that technology alone can't deliver the level of results the industry has come to expect or desire. Learn more about DPR's path forward.
How DPR's Washington, D.C. Office Achieved Both WELL Gold and LEED PlatinumLearn about the sustainable building strategies and office features that helped DPR achieve both WELL Gold and LEED Platinum in the case study.
"Integrating Project Delivery" by Martin Fischer, Howard Ashcraft, Dean Reed, Atul KhanzodeThe new book details a framework and road map for producing a "building that supports its end users in performing their activities as optimally as possible."
The Path to Net Zero EnergyHow DPR's Living Labs are pioneering Net-Zero Energy building certification