BLS: Employment Rebounds With 261,000 Jobs in October | Architect Magazine

Architectural and engineering services continued to grow and the unemployment rate reached its lowest level since December 2000. By Hanley Wood Data Studio The U.S. economy added 261,000 jobs in October, according to the monthly employment report released today by the U.S....
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This Week in Tech: Elon Musk Releases Photo of L.A.’s Underground Tunnel Progress | Architect Magazine

Plus, rethinking stadium structures, 3D-printed stainless steel, and more design-tech news from this week. By ARCHITECT Staff On Oct. 28, Elon Musk shared a photo on Twitter showing the progress made on a Los Angeles tunnel constructed by his infrastructure and tunnel-drilling...
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Celebrating 50 Years of Award-Winning Design – NBWW – #NBWW50

Today we celebrate a milestone in our firm’s history. And we want to thank all of those who have been with us on this journey, and helped us with our success! We are proud to have spent 50 years producing inspirational, ground breaking, award-winning design in our community...
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SFBJ’s Structures VIP reception last night – Awards Ceremony on Nov 9

Berkowitz Pollack Brant hosted the VIP reception for the South Florida Business Journal‘s second annual Structures Awards finalists at their offices in Fort Lauderdale. About 50 people attended the event. The finalists include the region’s top developers and...
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Miami: Transforming a Metropolis | Architect Magazine

Miami’s unique opportunity to revolutionize how Americans handle climate change. By Steve Cimino for AIA Architect David Rifkind is an associate professor of architecture at Florida International University (FIU) in Miami and the interim chair of FIU’s Department of Landscape...
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The Lab’s Cityways project analyzed anonymous data gathered by fitness tracking apps in Boston and San Francisco to understand factors that shaped exercise patterns and public health. (Courtesy MIT Senseable City Lab)

How sensing technologies can reshape architecture, public health, and cities – Archpaper.com

By Zach Edelson Carlo Ratti is the founder of the Turin, Italy-based firm Carlo Ratti Associati (CRA) and director of MIT’s Senseable City Lab. In both roles, he explores how technology can improve the built environment and, it follows, our lives. Recently in Turin, CRA completed...
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NBWW receives AIA Award of Excellence for Grove at Grand Bay

NBWW is honored to have received the AIA Honor Award of Excellence for the project: Grove at Grand Bay in Coconut Grove, FL.
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ADP: 235,000 Jobs Added in October | Architect Magazine

Professional services reported significant growth, and construction rebounded last month. By Hanley Wood Data Studio The U.S. economy added 235,000 private, non-farm jobs in October according to the monthly employment report released this morning by payroll-management firm ADP...
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Happy Halloween from the 60’s at NBWW

Hope you are having a GROOVY Halloween! I know we are!
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Frank Lloyd Wright Homes with Haunted Histories | Architect Magazine |

These four homes designed by the iconic American architect are all settings for tragedies, horror movies, and building projects gone wrong. By Chelsea Blahut Frank Lloyd Wright left behind an architectural legacy appreciated around the world long after his death 55 years ago....
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