While tiny apartments are typically found in high rent areas, such as San Francisco and Boston, multifamily housing developers in other areas are starting to build these units. Are[...]
Construction spending forecasts are also a forward-looking indicator for all design professionals. What does the latest AIA Construction Forecast in non-residential sectors indicat[...]
Engineers, architects, and developers involved in Federally funded projects, as well as FEMA funded post-disaster residential reconstruction, need to ensure the structures meet new[...]
Even though the AIA recently rejected a proposed ethics amendment directing its members to refrain from designing spaces where people are hurt, tortured, or killed, such as executi[...]
A modern engineering analysis of the Boston storage tank that ruptured and released a flood of molasses into streets in 1919 discovered design flaws that led to the disaster. Did t[...]
Since the 1950s, traffic engineers and city planners have used the Level of Service ratings as the primary key performance indicator of city streets and roads. Given that the shift[...]
While the single-family home market maintains its slow and steady recovery, the demand for community and neighborhood design services remains strong. A recent press release outlini[...]
While the November AIA Billings Index remained in positive territory, the overall growth in the demand for architecture services continues a downward trend. While the demand for mu[...]