A career in construction administration and management can be (and for me has been) one of constant transition. It’s rather common that employment with a given company starts and finishes with each successive project; you’re a new hire as it’s just getting “out of the ground,” then finished and looking for a new project (and employer) at the ribbon-cutting. That trend has given me experiences, both good and bad, with many companies in this industry; small companies with friendly, personable cultures, to huge corporations with all the advantages and disadvantages of a big-business environment. RealStreet seems to strike a great balance between the two. It’s small enough to make me feel like I am known and appreciated, but not too small that I might be concerned about a lack of support or expertise. It’s big enough to assert its influence in the National Capitol region, but not too big to make me feel like I’m just part of some corporate bureaucratic machine.

Greg Wangler, Pentagon Construction Management Division

It was my distinct pleasure working for RealStreet, aka KJMK, on separate FEMA disaster recovery assignments and long-term recovery planning assignments between October 2004 and May 2006 in the aftermath of Hurricanes Ivan, Katrina, Francis and Wilma. I found working with these professionals enjoyable as well as self-fulfilling and rewarding. After a 9-year stint as Read More…

Steve Spry, CAPZO, Certified Alabama Planning and Zoning Official

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