Category: Innovation Interviews

Innovation Interview: Eastern Iowa Community College

Lane & Waterman’s Innovation Interviews highlight the unique and innovative work our clients do in the community. Our conversation this week took us to the Scott Community College’s Urban Center in downtown Davenport. We talked with Dr. Don Doucette, Eastern Iowa Community Colleges Chancellor, about the urban campus project and how the community colleges are…

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Innovation Interview: Bush Construction

Lane & Waterman’s Innovation Interviews highlight the unique and innovative work our clients do in the community. This week, we focus on Bush Construction Company’s use of virtual reality and technology in construction services. We sat down with Bush President AJ Loss and Virtual Design + Construction Manager Michael Johnson to learn about driving innovation…

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Innovation Interview: Davenport Community Schools

Lane & Waterman’s Innovation Interviews highlight the unique and innovative work our clients do in the community. Our conversation this week took us to the corner of Marquette and Kimberly in central Davenport, where we found a small farm tucked behind Mid City High School. We talked with Lynn Meyers, Environmental Studies teacher at Mid…

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Innovation Interview: Project 15:12

Lane & Waterman’s Innovation Interviews highlight the unique and innovative work our clients do in the community. This week, we focus on a local non-profit seeking to fill an unmet need for individuals and families. Project 15:12 is a nonprofit organization that seeks to bridge the gap for individuals and families who may not qualify…

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Innovation Interview: Augustana College

Lane & Waterman’s Innovation Interviews highlight the unique and innovative work our clients do in the community. This week, we focus on the CORE program at Augustana College. Senior Communication Director Sam Schlouch visited with us to discuss how CORE helps prepare students for life after graduation. What is CORE and how is it unique?…

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