At Cogence Alliance, our goal is to transform the design and construction industry. We represent the breadth of industry stakeholders: owners, architects, engineers, construction trades, and other affiliates. We’re united by a drive to improve project delivery and outcomes. We believe team-based project delivery methods create opportunities for all of us to succeed.
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Every member of a project team brings unique value. But too often, that value is overlooked or ignored. Failure to collaborate has real consequences: blown schedules, inflated budgets, conflict, even litigation.
Through teaming methods and intentional collaboration, individuals can share their insights with confidence, knowing their voice will be heard. The entire project team can leverage the value that each member brings.
In the end, we can deliver a better project – and have more fun in the process.
- Cogence hosts its first Southwest Ohio Chapter Roundtable on April 5
How do you navigate projects in a time of unusual demand? TOGETHER! Engage in an active dialogue with fellow Owners, Architects, Engineers, Construction Managers and Trade Contractors to develop solutions to inflation, labor shortages, and supply chain disruption. The Mission of the Cogence Alliance is to drive our Industry together, holistically improving project delivery. Current …
- Central Ohio March Roundtable: Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace
Please join us for the Central Ohio Cogence Alliance Program: Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace – Owners share project team building challenges, and COGENCE offers solutions When: March 17, 2022 from 4:30pm – 6:00pm If in person, reception to follow. Location: M+A Architects (or possibly virtual depending on COVID status) 775 Yard Street, Suite …
- Northeast Ohio March Roundtable: Supply Chain Disruption: Time, Money, and Workforce Issues
We are excited to gather in-person for the March NEO Roundtable event at the Marous Brothers Construction offices. There will NOT be a Zoom component for this meeting, as we have found that it is very difficult for the Zoom participants to truly engage in the conversation. We encourage you to invite a Guest that …