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Joe Collins Celebrates Retirement

On October 29th, Joe Collins, founder of Collins Program Management in 1991, celebrated his retirement – but he will remain with IMPACT as a “Healthcare Collaborator” for special assignments in the future.

Seeking Long-term Partnerships, Not Projects

Since 1991, when St. Joseph’s Hospital, now a part of the Emory Health System, became our first client, they have turned to us to oversee the design and construction of projects of every…

Connecting To A Client’s Mission Drives Deeper Sense Of Purpose

A not-for-profit organization, Mercy Care offers comprehensive care for those who cannot afford it through traditional channels. At IMPACT, our relationship with Mercy Care dates back to the 1980s when St. Joseph’s Hospital leaders (also Mercy Care board members) asked us to assist on…

Achieving Affordable Net-zero Energy

Founded in 1894 and based in Atlanta, ASHRAE is a not-for-profit professional association of HVAC&R professionals. The global society focuses on building systems, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, refrigeration, and sustainability, providing industry research, standards writing, publishing, certification, and…

Defying The Boundaries Of Innovation

Innovative is an understatement when we talk about thyssenkrupp Elevator’s groundbreaking Innovation and Qualification Center (IQC). It’s the kind of future-forward project that demands excellence. One that pushes the boundaries of what innovation means, requiring that each participating partner…

Joe Collins – Greatest Lessons Learned

In today’s environment, managing project teams and creating accountability presents new challenges. As teams look to consistently deliver amidst uncertainty, we asked veteran program manager, Joe Collins, to weigh in on ways to keep teams engaged and create accountability and collaboration. After 30 years in the business, he is often sought after for advice. Here, he shares 8…

IMPACT Helps Nurture Innovation in Teaching

As a partner of Marist School for more than a decade, IMPACT has overseen the development of a master plan, construction of the new centerpiece building (The Ivy Street Center), and the renovation of the majority of the classrooms on campus. Now after six short months, renovations to the Wooldridge Center are…

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