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AIA Feature: New Rules AIA Feature: New Rules

Lessons learned in finding new ways to represent architects in the 21st century. Read more

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Best Practices: Time Management Best Practices: Time Management

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

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Up and Running: Keep Your People Informed and Involved Up and Running: Keep Your People Informed and Involved

In a field as collaborative as architecture, communication within an organization is essential to creating quality design and moving projects forward. Read more

The FAA’s Latest Drone-Use Approvals Include Construction Firms
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The FAA’s Latest Drone-Use Approvals Include Construction Firms

Four infrastructure firms have been granted approval by the Federal Aviation... Read more

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By 2050, the Largest Source of Global Electricity Could be Solar EnergyBy 2050, the Largest Source of Global Electricity Could be Solar Energy

According to two new studies from the Energy Information Administration, the biggest source of the world's electricity could be solar energy by 2050. Read more

Test the Latest Wearable Technology on the Jobsite
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Test the Latest Wearable Technology on the Jobsite

Designers and contractors who sign up for Bridgit’s Groundbreaker program will... Read more

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Product: A La Mode FormMobi Product: A La Mode FormMobi

An app that digitizes what's left of the paper-pushing process in design and construction administration. Read more

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GSA Spending Scandal Raises Eyebrows and Questions

In the wake of the recent scandal over the U.S. General Services Administration’s spending in Las Vegas, some architects think that putting good design into the public realm just got that much harder. Read more

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Savannah College of Art and Design Hires Greg Hall To Chair Architecture Program

Greg Hall is leaving the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards to lead the architecture program at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Read more

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