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    Disagreements—every partnership has them, even the best ones. So how should firm leaders prepare for, and deal with, the inevitable?

  • Design Camp

    Few high schoolers receive architecture lessons, so how can they know what studying for a B.Arch. is really like? To get an idea, they can attend one of the summer design programs held at a number of U.S. universities. We profile three.

  • The Unpaid Staff

    Recent standards released by the U.S. Department of Labor bring some clarity to the hiring and use of interns. But it’s still a tricky issue.

  • Gwynne Pugh Departs Pugh + Scarpa to Focus on Urban Design

    Award-winning Pugh + Scarpa Architects will no longer practice with its two named partners at the helm: Gwynne Pugh has left the firm to start Gwynne Pugh Urban Studio.

  • Stantec to Acquire Philadelphia-Based Burt Hill

    Mergers and acquisitions in the A/E industry continue as Edmonton, Alberta–based Stantec has signed a letter of intent to add Philadelphia-based Burt Hill as part of a strategy to become a leading global architecture practice.

  • RTKL Acquires Beijing-Based AHS International

    International mergers continue to multiply, even in these bad economic times: RTKL has announced the acquisition of Beijing-based AHS International.

  • Stantec to Acquire Anshen + Allen

    The consolidation of architecture firms continues with the announcement that Edmonton, Alberta–based Stantec will acquire San Francisco–based Anshen + Allen, a leading healthcare design firm with 200 employees in four locations in the U.S. and the U.K.

  • Award: Green-Zip Tape

    It’s hard to get simpler in conception and execution than Green-Zip Tape, a substitute for the joint-compound tape that's been used between gypsum board panels since the 1930s.

  • Citation: HelioTrace Façade System

    SOM combines kinetic shades, the building envelope, and internal mechanicals into an adaptive façade that minimizes energy use while maximizing user comfort.

  • The Career Reboot

    Starting a company is one thing. Making it successful takes the right combination of timing, industry savvy, and business connections.