Senior Design & Visualization Leader
University of Texas at Arlington
From time to time, we like to share the music we listen to with our coworkers. New albums and new artists are currency for conversations about creative accomplishment and serve as the mood-shifting push that we need to find our own ideas. Temporarily locked in doors due to COVID-19, we find ourselves listening to music more than we’re used to during a workday. Kitchen tables and home offices have become our new workstations and music is providing the right environmental mask to transform our homes into proper work spaces.
Since transitioning to a fully remote workforce on March 24, GFF has remained committed to providing the high creativity and productivity levels that our clients and consultants rely on. We are proud of the dedication that our GFF team has shown during these challenging times and we couldn’t have done it without each and every employee’s commitment and cooperation. GFF continues to Create Memorable Places from our home work spaces and for that, we are incredibly grateful to our IT team.
This summer, GFF took part in our eighth year of On My Own Time. By working closely with Business Council for the Arts, we created an outstanding art show featuring the talent of our employees and spouses. GFF’s Tara Harandi and Perry Weber served as OMOT Ambassadors who managed the in-house exhibitions and acted as…