"Everybody was like, we know how to navigate, we know what the future holds...We're focusing in a lot of different markets and I really attribute it to a balanced portfolio," said Giovenco.
National architectural, engineering and planning firm Bergmann was able to weather the storm through adaptive technology and a new remote working capability, allowing the firm's Albany office to see revenues increase from $3.7 million in 2019 to $4.3 million last year.
"Eric Redding, in our Albany office, presented a solar farm project from his living room to a planning board somewhere in New York," he said. "He was able to present to the entire hoard the drawings and respond to questions. It was extremely efficient and effective."
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