More clients are opting for contracts focused on energy-performance outcomes. Here are a few key steps for approaching this emerging contracting method.
A mixture of meticulous planning and some simple tech tools can help manage the workflow of your team so the firm can stay on pace with its projects without its employees working excessive overtime.Read More
A roundup of tools and services that architects are using to break free from company servers and physical boundaries.Read More
Architects' sites tend to suffer from the same set of problems. Here's a guide to avoiding those mistakes and ensuring that your practice puts its best face forward online.Read More
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and SHoP Architects recently created new positions to develop in-house content creation.Read More
As the baby boomer generation approaches retirement, firms should strategize for smooth leadership transitions.Read More
Don’t just hand over the keys to a project. The post-occupancy review is a critical next step that should be part of your firm’s overall business strategy.Read More
American firms are increasingly targeting markets in the former Soviet Union. Here are the challenges—and rewards.Read More
Even as the economy recovers, the competition for brick-and-mortar projects remains fierce. Architects would be wise to expand their practices and embrace these emerging fields.Read More
There’s nothing worse than losing a competition that you thought your firm would win. Except for failing to find out why.Read More
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