While ESD is being recognized for its outstanding work and contributions to the community, the Greater Chicago Food Depository was the real winner at the recent 35th Annual Chicago Commercial Real Estate Awards gala. (Learn more about the Chicago Commercial Real Estate Awards.)
A gathering of Women Who CARE (Construction, Architecture, Real Estate, Engineering) is coming up to celebrate the conclusion of Women’s History Month.
San Francisco office Practice Leader Aliza Skolnik and Project Manager Nina Ault organized a networking lunch to celebrate women who make built environments “beautiful, functional, regenerative, and purposeful.” The gathering is open to anyone in the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry. ESD is sponsoring the location rental, a double-decker bus at SPARK Social in San Francisco.
Register and RSVP for the live Women Who CARE event via Eventbrite.
Aliza and Nina freely shares their experiences volunteering for professional organizations to help advance ESD’s mission to improve society through the built environment.
For more information on how ESD supports our local and professional communities, visit our website. If you have questions about ESD and our mission, please contact us directly.