( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2020-11-25 11:25:24 )
Jacksonville, FL, Nov 25, 2020 -- REINS© announced the launch today of its innovative Question-and-Answer web app for the Architecture, Civil Engineering, Construction and Planning (AECP) disciplines. The app provides a platform for AECP professionals to ask questions of each other and college students to receive advice, support and insight from industry experts.
REINS founder and CEO, Ameera Sayeed, AICP, says her over 20 years experience in the infrastructure industry showed her that lack of communication between experts of different industries led to higher costs and inefficiencies.
“Each discipline works in its silo, and doesn’t communicate with the other. If an architect has an engineering question, or a construction manager has a transportation question, they don’t have anyone to turn to. REINS is designed for them to be able to ask qualified experts any questions they may have, anonymously and with full confidence in the credibility of the source,” says Sayeed.
The REINS App is designed to allow students and practitioners in the infrastructure fields to ask questions of experts in their own industry, furthering their career and skills-based knowledge.
REINS© offers the app for free and without subscription. Full details the web app can be found at https://reinsapp.com/#/
About REINS LLC:
As a starting out young planner, I had the opportunity to be mentored by some talented and caring mentors. These mentors assisted me with a focused course that lent stability to my career.
In time, a good mentor can positively influence and support the AEC industry whereby we gain better planners and engineers. Unfortunately, in our current fast paced work conditions, we do not have the luxury to build mentor relationships that last decades. The REINS application provides an excellent opportunity to fill this void. The planning and engineering community can ask questions they otherwise would not ask. Our mission is to equip our planners and engineers with a medium in which they have the freedom to ask questions without judgment; the freedom to ask at their convenience; the freedom to ask with anonymity. Simply put... the freedom to ask.