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  • Architecture Billings Index Up for Sixth Consecutive Month

    January’s Architecture Billings Index, released today by the American Institute of Architects, shows growth in the design and construction industry for the sixth consecutive month—as well as a billings score of 54.2, the highest for the ABI in nearly six years.

  • Architectural Billings Index Continues to Grow for Fifth Consecutive Month

    December’s Architectural Billings Index, released today by the American Institute of Architects, have increased for the fifth consecutive month, albeit at a slower rate. As in November, three out of four of the nation’s regions and all four of the industry’s sectors show growth.

  • November Architecture Billings Continue to Grow

    The American Institute of Architects released its Architecture Billings Index today, and November marks the fourth straight month that demand for architectural services increased.

  • Architecture Billings Continue to Grow in October

    The American Institute of Architects released October’s Architecture Billings Index today. It shows the most growth in work for the profession in a year, with some progress not seen since before the construction bubble popped and the financial crisis hit.

  • In August, the Architecture Billing Index Moves Back into Positive Territory

    After four straight months of contraction, the American Institute of Architects report that billings are growing again. Nearly all sectors and regions see improvement.

  • Architecture Billings for July Still Contracting, but Hope in Sight

    For the month of July, the American Institute of Architects’ Architecture Billings Index was still below 50, but contraction moderated, and some sectors and regions are seeing daylight where there is growth, or the potential for growth in the months ahead. Is it just a summer thing?

  • June Architecture Billings Index Remains in Negative Territory

    Architecture billings reported by the American Institute of Architects remained in contraction for the month of June, the numbers relatively unchanged from May.

  • Architecture Billings Nosedive in May

    The American Institute of Architects’ monthly Architecture Billings Index dropped significantly last month. Nationwide architecture work had begun to contract in April, but sunk by a considerable amount more in May. All of the regions of the country showed contraction, and three of four industry...

  • Architecture Billings Up for Fifth Straight Month

    The AIA’s ABI shows growth for the fifth straight month, led by the commercial sector, which came in at its highest number since August 2007. Three of four regions are still in positive territory, as are half of the industry sectors.

  • Architecture Billings Index Climbs

    Architecture Billings Index climbs three points to just below 50.



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