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Photo: Rob Aylward/U.S. Navy via Wikimedia Commons
on November 19,2014

The construction industry, whose workforce was decimated during the last recession, is slowly getting back on its feet. However, in certain markets—especially those where oil drilling and production have been prospering—construction workers can still be scarce.

Renderings courtesy Damian Rogers Architecture, Arup, Squint/Opera
on November 19,2014

The surfing pool would offer 98-foot-wide waves that would run the length of the 500-foot-long enclave.

Photo: Dave_7 via Wikimedia Commons
on November 18,2014

Headed by the continued strength in the multifamily residential market and the emerging growth for institutional projects, demand for design services continues to be healthy, as exhibited in the latest Architecture Billings Index.

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