Vendor Appreciation: Celebrating Talisen’s Vast Vendor Network

The construction industry is a vital part of the American economy, employing more than ten million Americans and accounting for more than $2 trillion in economic output each year. The entire supply and service chain benefits from the industry, which …

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The Future of the Growing NYC Life Sciences Construction is 3D Laser Scanning

3D Laser Scanning has grown dramatically in recent years, allowing construction professionals to capture complex environments at high resolution quickly. It is particularly useful for Life Science Projects as New York has a rapidly growing life science ecosystem. The life …

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What Contractors Can Do to Aid in NYC Diversity & Inclusion

It is time. It is time for the construction industry to embrace inclusion and create diverse teams to help businesses grow and support individuals from all facets of life. While in some ways construction is more diverse than it has …

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Talisen People Spotlight: Assistant Project Manager Christopher Yanaranop

Our level of quality starts and ends with our team. Since 2009, Talisen Construction has employed some of the industry’s brightest, most talented, and most hard-working people. And over the years, we’ve shared stories about Talisen’s company culture and how …

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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 …

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Filling the Gap: How Coworking Spaces Have Helped the Return to Office Trend

The pandemic has shown that companies can work from home in entirely new ways – from zoom meetings to slack messages, it is almost like in-person interactions have been replaced overnight. However, many teams quickly discovered that web-conferencing software is …

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Change for Good: Overcoming the Challenges Facing NYC Universities

COVID-19 has upended business as usual for NYC Colleges and Universities. It goes beyond public health considerations; these institutions now face myriad challenges that could permanently alter the higher education landscape. Student Enrollment and State Funding is Declining Moving traditional …

NYC’s Proptech Revolution: Benefits & Precautions

The dawn of new and intuitive technologies has led some of NYC’s most vital industries into a digital transformation in recent years (i.e., technological advancements in construction and finance— coined “Contech” and “Fintech,” respectively). Now, as a new industry assumes …

Increasing Opportunities for Women in Construction

When you think of the word “construction,” what comes to mind? For most, it’s men in hard hats, tool belts, and steel-toe work boots. The false narrative that construction is “men’s work” has plagued the industry for far too long. Keep …

Diversity & Inclusion in The Workplace

Did you know that one out of every three employees have a special need that requires some form of accommodation at work? That means more than 33% percent of employees aren’t reaching peak performance at work, perhaps in part because …

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Meet NYC’s New Design-Build Bill: The Public Works Investment Act

Last we spoke of the benefits of the design-build approach to construction (see: “The Tenant of the Future: The Role of Design-Build in Commercial Construction”), there was much collective hesitancy to get on board with the model—specifically in NYC.  For …

5 Ways Talisen is Perfecting Processes in Company Culture

5 Ways Talisen is Transforming Internal Processes 

  Here at Talisen, we know that in order to successfully transform our built environment, we must first transform ourselves. And so, we begin internally by pursuing perfection in our company processes. Our pursuit of perfection applies to our internal …

People, Process & Talisen’s 4 Pillars in Company Culture

Here at Talisen Construction, we seek to achieve perfection in all aspects of our company. As an organization, it has always been our greatest goal to build a company culture that rests upon the same four pillars, or core values, …