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Throwback Thursday: Tavern on the Green

Today we are throwing it back to our iconic renovation project, Tavern on the Green, that we are proud and honored to be a part of.  The Tavern renovation has breathed new life into its portion of Central Park and has reasserted itself as a must see for locals and…

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Our New Look

Have you seen our new logo yet? Integrity Consulting Group is proud to share our new logo reimagined to reflect the ongoing growth of our brand. Integrity’s experienced staff has been serving our loyal clients as industry leaders in the field of Strategic Real Estate Project Management for 7 years…

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Integrity Consulting Group Awarded Excellence in Historic Preservation Award!

It gives us great pleasure to announce that Integrity Consulting Group’s Rouge Tomate Chelsea project has been selected to receive an Excellence in Historic Preservation Award on behalf of the Preservation League of New York State. The Preservation League’s annual awards celebrate the outstanding leadership of public officials and individuals in the field…

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Integrity Consulting Group’s Newest Additions

Meet Our New Staff Jon Dattoli started over 15 years ago as a site supervisor and then moved onto project management where he successfully worked for brands such as Michael Kors and The Chef’s Warehouse. Jon’s success comes from an open and honest collaborative approach with everyone. His extensive experience allows him…

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Staffing Strategies For Large Projects Must Tackle Many Diverse Issues

Project execution of oil and gas facilities construction projects requires consideration and integration of many factors. Key considerations are staffing issues, both for the construction site and for long-term facility operations. All facilities projects share numerous planning and execution similarities. Identifying these shared project principles and addressing their effect on…

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4 Construction Scheduling Techniques

Construction Schedule Techniques How are you keeping your project on schedule? Builders and contractors have many options including some simple construction scheduling techniques that will help represent and create construction schedules techniques. Which one is the best for you? We will explain briefly four alternatives that you can use depending…

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How to Improve Contractor and Architect Relationships

Thoughtful architects and contractors talk today about how building is becoming a commodity, and the way that change is affecting the relationships between architects and contractors. Construction as a Commodity Before the second World War, it was common for the architect to own the construction process, according to Michael Beck,…

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Mitigating Risks: 10 Micro Practices that Threaten Your Daily Objectives

If you ask any risk management consultant, they’ll tell you the truth: the real silent killers aren’t nightmarish doomsday risks but the poor processes that plague your team every day. In a study called “Identifying Key Risks in Construction Projects: Life Cycle and Stakeholder Perspectives,” researchers analyzed the top 10…

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Make Good Time: How to Create a Proactive Project Schedule

Fight or Flight You’re not at your best when you’re stressed. Your heart pounds, your breathing quickens and your forehead sweats. In fact, your body has evolved and perfected itself over millennia to do so. Your brain releases cortisol in stressful situations. This action modulates your adrenaline levels and inhibits…

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Teamworking

Effective teamwork in construction: an introduction Construction is a collaborative activity; only by pooling the knowledge and experience of many people can buildings meet today’s let alone tomorrow’s needs. But simply bringing people together does not necessarily ensure they will function effectively as a team. Effective teamwork does not occur…

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