The Power of Peer Review


GBA Publishes New Monograph Chronicling a Member Firm’s Peer Review Experiences

How valuable is Peer Review? GBA’s newest publication – GAI’s Peer Review Experience – illustrates the answer. The firm has undergone seven Peer Reviews since 1983, moving from a two-office organization to a 25-office firm with 900 employees. According to Gary M. DeJidas, P.E., GAI’s president and CEO, “We could not have accomplished so much without the independent, high-level recommendations of Peer Reviewers who addressed the issues that had to be addressed to achieve the successful change GAI required to grow and evolve.” What’s particularly valuable about this new publication is Gary’s willingness to share information. He identifies who comprised the Peer Review Team for each Peer Review, and what their key findings and recommendations were. If you’re at all undecided about the tremendous value of Peer Review, this new publication is a must read!

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Business Management Education – GAI Consultants’ Peer Review Experience

The Peer Review Program was established in 1977 by the Geoprofessional Business Association (GBA), then known as the Association of Soil and Foundation Engineers (ASFE). Named by Engineering News-Record as one of the most innovative construction-industry programs established since 1874, Peer Review is still sponsored by GBA and is required by Terra Insurance Company as a condition of continuing coverage of its insureds.