Driving Success Through BIM: A Hudson Research Center Case Study

In February 2024, Talisen Construction embarked on an exciting new project in partnership with real estate company and valued repeat client Taconic Investment Partners at Hudson Research Center in Manhattan. Collaborating once again with renowned architects Perkins&Will, this 10th-floor wet …

How Talisen Construction Maintains a Robust Subcontractor Network

How Talisen Construction Maintains a Robust Subcontractor Network

At Talisen Construction, our reputation for transforming spaces is a collaborative process that consists of skill, precision, and commitment to excellence. Our team could not orchestrate these projects without the essential contributions from our subcontractor network. Maintaining a healthy relationship …

2023 Year In Review: Top Talisen Highlights

As 2024 swiftly approaches, we at Talisen Construction can’t help but reflect on another metamorphic year of outstanding projects, talented team members, meaningful community initiatives, and a relentless commitment to innovation. Join us as we revisit Talisen’s greatest highlights of …

6 Construction Career Myths Debunked

This October, the construction industry is celebrating the eleventh annual Careers in Construction Month (CICM). Led by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) and Build Your Future (BYF), CICM aims to shed light on the diverse career …

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Mastering Project Scope in Large Building Renovation Projects

At Talisen Construction, we understand that large building renovation projects require a unique blend of vision, strategy, and meticulous planning. Now we discuss the strategies and tools that design-build professionals employ to define and manage project scope effectively. Join us …

5 Reasons to Update the Façade of Academic Buildings

True cornerstones of our society, educational institutions and their buildings play a vital role in shaping and determining a student’s learning experience. Schools, universities, and other institutions of learning serve as more than just physical structures; they represent and embody …

Higher Education’s Need for Next-Gen Learning Spaces

Did you know that online learning boasts a 900% global growth rate since 2000, according to data shared by Oxford Learning College? Higher education institutions face a significant shift in how they approach teaching and learning. New technologies and changing …

Autism Awareness: Creating Lasting Impact

Every April, communities nationwide come together to support individuals with autism during National Autism Awareness Month. This month-long observance is vital for fostering greater understanding and acceptance of those on the spectrum and emphasizing the importance of early diagnosis, intervention, …

The Value of a Talisen Field Superintendent

When it comes to construction projects, the success of any build hinges on some key factors. One of these crucial elements is having an experienced field superintendent leading the charge from start to finish. This professional brings accountability and organization …

2022: Our Year in Review

It’s hard to believe that 2022 is almost in the rearview mirror – but here we are. As we look back, it was another banner year for Talisen Construction, marked by landmark projects, advancements in new construction technologies, and the …

The Talisen Difference: Our Building Approach

When it comes to the construction industry, Talisen aims to do things differently. We focus on collaboration first and foremost; and on getting the job done right, not just getting it done. Our clients have seen the results of our …

The Responsibilities of a Property Manager

At Talisen, providing the New York metro area with premier construction services is what we do. We work on large-scale renovations to take existing buildings and redesign their interior spaces for our client’s needs. At the heart of every project …

Technology Advances a Traditionally Slow-Moving Industry

Technology Advances a Traditionally Slow-Moving Industry

Many believe the construction industry has been slow to adapt to technology. While traditional building methods have gotten us to where we are today, modern advancements will take us into the future. Technological advances in equipment and software will contribute …

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Talisen Spotlight: Stephanie Rudman

In a recent interview, we were able to sit down with Stephanie Rudman, Talisen Construction’s Director of Business Development and Client Relations.  Generating Exposure & Networking In her role, Stephanie is primarily responsible for developing new business, retaining existing business, …

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Talisen Spotlight: Daniel Giurgiuman

Our Director of Communications, Andrew Knox, recently had a quick conversation with Talisen Construction’s Director of Vendor Management and IT Operations, Daniel Giurgiuman, about his start with Talisen, what his current role has evolved into, as well as some insights …

Talisen Back to the Beach

Team Talisen Rides Back to the Beach in 2022

Ride a Bike, Make a Difference New York City – With nearly 600,000 miles biked across seven of the country’s biggest cities, Bike to the Beach returns to New York City for their yearly 100-mile bike ride. Bike to the …

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Talisen is Building for the Future with Vendor Data

The construction sector is changing, and with so many processes and management of various vendors, there is no space for guesswork anymore. In fact, managing the vendor relationship is an integral part of operations for construction companies. But what happens …