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Nicole Blocker and Teresa Miller named to Crain’s Notable Women in Construction, Architecture and Design list

June 6, 2022 In The News 1 min read
Crain’s Detroit Business has selected Nicole Blocker and Teresa Miller as Crain’s 2022 Notable Women in Construction, Architecture and Design honorees.
Teresa Miller (left) and Nicole Blocker (right) of Plante Moran Cresa

Nicole Blocker, vice president of Plante Moran Cresa, and Teresa Miller, principal at Plante Moran Cresa, have both been recognized as two of the most notable Detroit women in construction, architecture, and design on Crain’s Detroit Business inaugural list. This list highlights 56 notable Detroit women in construction, architecture, and design who represent the top tier of their respective industries.

The women featured as honorees on this list were selected by a team of Crain’s Detroit Business editors based on their detailed nomination forms, which included career accomplishments, track record of success in the field, contributions to their community, and mentorship of others.

Nicole has extensive experience in engineering and program management and is known for her skill in preconstruction planning and project management, especially in the areas of cost forecasting, scope evaluation project, process improvement, and team development.

Teresa leads the firm’s acute care practice, which serves health systems, hospitals, and integrated physician practices with real estate and comprehensive owner’s representation services, starting from project conception through activation.

Congratulations, Nicole and Teresa! To view Nicole’s honoree profile, visit Crain’s Detroit Business here. And to view Teresa’s honoree profile, visit Crain’s Detroit Business here.

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