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04.28.22 | Taylor Clark | ECHO Digital
Call it the Great Resignation, the Great Shuffle, the Big Quit, or the Great Discontent, they’re all indicators of an undeniable change in America’s relationship with work. As a community with almost 200,000 full-time jobs, AZA-accredited zoos and aquariums require adaptive strategies for attracting, retaining, and supporting talented employees. Thank you to Kassey Kampman, VP People Operations, SSA Group and Jason Stover, VP People & Culture, SSA Group for joining us in conversation around recruiting in a difficult job market, building a diverse workforce that aligns with your local community, and caring for staff through providing mental health resources.
04.14.22 | Taylor Clark | Uncategorized
Throughout 2020 and 2021, Pella Windows and Doors of Wichita saw a boom of home renovation business across their Kansas markets, leaving the company with a need to expand the space for its operations facility. GLMV has partnered with the company, providing Architectural services, to relocate its headquarters from its current downtown Wichita location to Webb Industrial Park in Northeast Wichita, at 4055 N. Toben.
Thank you to Justin Ochs, who holds a Master of Science in Foresight from the University of Houston, for engaging in this thought-provoking exchange around futurists, futures studies, and how to broaden and deepen how we think about the future.
GLMV provided Architecture, Project Management, Construction Administration, Cost Estimating, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design services to bring this new 23,000-square-foot fire station to life. The station is located closer to where the City’s growth is taking place and now serves as the City of Derby’s main fire station. The $5.5 million project was completed in February 2019.
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