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    The first article in a three-part series for job-seekers. The hunt for work starts with a pitch-perfect résumé, and design consultant-slash-headhunter Marjanne Pearson is the ultimate judge.

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    Architectural specification writers are a trade group on the wane. The professional role is being replaced, bit by bit, with digital tools—times are tough for spec writers. But don’t count them out just yet.

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  • Actionably Eco?: Liability Risks of Offering Green Design Services

    Arent Fox attorney Stephen Del Percio, LEED AP, breaks down some of the risks green-focused firms face in the nascent realm of sustainable building law.

  • Virtual Water Cooler

    Your intranet can host far more than corporate boilerplate and benefits details. Perkins Eastman uses its system to foster communication and collaboration.

  • By Tooth and Nail: Prospering in a Down Economy

    For Joe Church and Joe Miller, the founders of Denver-based firm Joe Architect, designing for a specific typology hasn't just kept the firm afloat, it's led to growth.

  • 2009 Architect 50 - No. 3 - HOK

    With a staff of approximately 2,200 spread among 24 offices around the world, HOK would seem to be architecture’s Bigfoot.

  • Why You Should Enter More Design Competitions

    Competitions magazine editor explains why it is important for your firm to enter design competitions.