The ATL: A New Chapter in Transit

CONVERGING PATHS: THE ATL USHERS IN A NEW CHAPTER OF TRANSIT GOVERNANCE AND EXPANSION By Lori Johnston Georgia’s leaders are banking on this: Where transit goes, economic growth will follow. For the first time in the history of Georgia, a state-level entity – the ATL (Atlanta-region Transit Link Authority) – will have a sole and…

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Making Georgia an Economic Powerhouse

MAKING GEORGIA AN ECONOMIC POWERHOUSE Governor Nathan Deal Takes a Look at the State’s Successes and the Year Ahead By Lori Johnston In an exclusive interview with Engineering Georgia magazine, Governor Nathan Deal shares his perspective after more than seven years in office – and Georgians have a lot to be proud of. Gov. Deal, whose…

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Economic Outlook

Press “Repeat” for Georgia’s Economy for 2019  By Lori Johnston   Economists, business leaders, developers and economic development professionals agree: expansion will continue across Georgia in the new year, thanks to a robust project pipeline, continued job growth across sectors and gross domestic product (GDP) that will again outpace the nation.   “The economic outlook…

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Industry Outlook

Georgia Firm Leaders Share Perspectives on the Pulse of the A/E/C Sectors By Lori Johnston   On the brink of a new year, Engineering Georgia gathered industry leaders from various geographic areas, firm sizes and practice areas for a candid and spirited roundtable surrounding their firms’ expectations for 2019 and beyond. During the hour-long discussion,…

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The Cost of Culture

The Cost of Culture How Soft Skills Drive Hard Business Results By Jay Wolverton and Ashley Wolverton Culture. The word elicits a sense of unease for many leaders, especially engineers. Perhaps it’s the amorphous nature of the concept, or maybe it’s knowing that culture is fundamental to organizational success — and feeling at a loss…

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