AIA: Billings Remain Positive for the 10th Consecutive Month

While growth slowed again in July, overall billings still increased last month. By Katharine Keane, Hanley Wood Data Studio The AIA’s monthly Architecture Billings Index (ABI) came in at a score of 50.7 in July, marking the 10th consecutive month of gains. The ABI is a...
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Video: A+ Session: The Future of Licensing Architects

A+ Session: The Future of Licensing Architects A+ Session: The Future of Licensing Architects Hear the case for reasonable regulation, how deregulation efforts could impact architects, and what’s on the horizon from experts NCARB CEO Michael Armstrong; Nicole Dosso, FAIA,...
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Incorporating Drone Imagery into Design Workflows

Photos and videos from unmanned aerial vehicles give both architects and the public new ways to understand their sites and structures. By Zach Mortice This article originally appeared in our sister publication, ARCHITECT. The use of drones to survey project sites is becoming more...
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Tips For Using Concrete in Architecture

Check out some tips on how to use concrete and get the most out of it.   by Matheus Pereira; Translated by Maggie Johnson   In the eyes of an architect, concrete is practically a fetish. Currently, it’s used in a wide range of projects and buildings, from...
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