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Seventy-One Percent of All Architecture Firm Billings Come From Repeat Clients

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PCA: Economy Remains Strong; Economic, Construction Activity to Soften in Coming Years

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Construction Employment Up in 43 States, D.C. in 2018

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New Museum Employees Voting to Unionize

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Construction’s No. 1 Unsolved Mystery: Productivity

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Housing Stock Falling Short of Population Needs

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Labor Woes? Try Gratitude and Respect

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Will IPAL Make Licensure Easier or Education Harder?

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Here's How the Labor Shortage is Impacting Housing, By the Numbers

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We Home Builders Do a "Poor Job" Drawing In Next Generation Talent: Former Exec

Commercial construction careers appeal as a stronger option to new graduates, as... More

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