GMS participated in the Center for Architecture Foundation’s annual drawing competition and benefit.
GMS is again sponsoring the ACE Greater New York Mentor Program Team #6 (Manhattan) and Team #35 (Long Island). Our staff serve as mentors to high school students to expose them to careers in Architecture, Construction and Engineering (ACE). GMS staff have proudly participated in the ACE Mentoring Program within the greater New York City region, the founding affiliate of this national organization, since 2006.
On November 20, the NY Northeast chapter of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) organized a trip to New York City for students from SUNY Buffalo. GMS was pleased to host the group at our office for an afternoon of insights into the structural engineering profession, innovative project case studies, and a session of “speed interviews” to help these students hone in on their career options.
The two-day excursion was organized in collaboration with Mueser Rutledge and also included a tour of the United States Tennis Association in Flushing, Queens, and the World Trade Center Memorial in Manhattan.
GMS unveiled the Magic 8 Ball at Brookfield Place for the 23rd annual Canstruction competition. The sculpture has received this year’s honorable mention award.
Go Strikers! GMS is proud of its soccer team for winning a “Play for your Cause” charity award this Spring 2015 season.
GMS is honored to receive this year’s Best Use of Labels award for “StaTUNA of Liberty,” its submission to the 22nd annual Canstruction competition!
GMS participated in the Center for Architecture Foundation’s annual drawing competition and benefit at the Scholastic World Headquarters.
To promote the profession to the next generation, award outstanding engineering students and help New York retain promising young talent, each spring, the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York offers scholarship opportunities for third-year students in a four-year program or fourth-year students in a five-year program.
Joseph Basel, Kristi Miro, Jessica Mandrick, Amanda Eldridge and Mark Beltramello attended the 19th Annual Scholarship Luncheon in support of the Architecture, Engineering & Construction Mentor Program.
Our entry “Cloudy With a Chance of Tuna” wins the Best Use of Labels award at the 21st annual Canstruction NY competition. GMS is also celebrating 20 years of participation in the competition.