Hannah Ciurej Completes Master’s Program at IIT!

Cotter Consulting would like to congratulate Assistant Project Manager Hannah Ciurej on earning her Master of Engineering in Construction Engineering and Management at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) this past spring. Hannah completed her education, which she started in 2015, with the help of Cotter’s tuition reimbursement program, which helps employees achieve their educational…

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Joe Hunn and Engineers Without Borders Give Back to Peru

In the remote village of La Huaylla, Peru, located over 300 miles south of Cusco, Peru, access to water is not guaranteed. Located near the top of the Andes mountains, citizens deal with limited access to water. Their current system doesn’t have the capacity to meet water needs for daily activities like drinking and bathing…

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Mitigating Risk: Finding Ways to Manage Risk in Complex Environments

When undertaking a construction project, the safe delivery of a quality facility is of paramount importance. This does not happen without the proper attention to risk, change management and quality control. To effectively manage risk on behalf of the project owner during contract administration, proven cost control methods and contract oversight must be rigorously applied.…

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Terri Danko joins Cotter as Vice President of Marketing and Business Development

Cotter Consulting, Inc. is pleased to announce that Terri Danko, PCM, EDAC has joined the firm as Vice President of Marketing and Business Development. With over 25 years of experience, Terri joins the Cotter leadership team to develop and implement comprehensive business development and marketing strategy, identify emerging markets, and direct corporate communications and brand…

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Cotter Makes the 2018 ENR Top 100

We’re excited to announce that Cotter has ranked on the ENR Top 100 Construction Management-for-Fee and PM Firms! Cotter came in at #87. Our team members’ hard work for our clients makes this possible for Cotter. We look forward to climbing the list in the coming years. Click here for the full list.  

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Occupants Come First: Undertaking Construction in an Occupied Building

Building a new building is easy. Renovating or updating an occupied building, however, presents great planning, logistical and scheduling challenges. Our approach to occupied buildings focuses on how the users and occupants live, work, and interact with construction projects that might affect their everyday life. There are several simple ways to ensure an “Occupants First”…

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