From the Marketing Department, General

Lesson Learned: I Ran Out of Time

StopwatchBy Fran Pruyn, CRSA Director of Marketing and Business Development

Everything takes longer than you think it will.

I have always prided myself on my time management.  I am pretty convinced that I know how long it takes to go to the store, feed the horses, do the laundry, put together a cover letter for a proposal.  My dad taught us to always be on time, if you can’t be a little early, and I always am. Or was. Continue reading

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From the Site Studio, General

The Great Divide: Marketing vs. Management

Daybreak UTA Station

Daybreak Light Rail Station – Part of CRSA’s continued work for the Utah Transit Authority

By Kelly Gillman, AICP, ASLA | Kelly Gillman is a Senior Principal at CRSA and leads the Landscape Architecture and Planning Studio. He also holds an MBA from Westminster College.

We often say that doing quality work is the best form of marketing. The idea is that our day-to-day performance speaks louder than any brochure or resume. But is this true? And if so, to what extent?

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