Paris, Frankfurt, and Macau are all on the list, but none of them are more expensive than the cit...read more
This paper is the first in a planned three-part series of studies on the evolution of diverse off...read more
Sodexo's Institute of Quality of Life has produced an expansive report that examines global workplace trends. The report argues in favor of a “people-centric” approach to workplaces that places the well being and value of employees above all else. Image: Pixabay
The latest Sodexo report on workplace trends explores 10 factors that are impacting the global wo...read more
Nonresidential spending decreased from $713.1 billion in November to $708.2 billion in December....
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This marks the third consecutive record-breaking year for building completions over 200 meters....
Seven of the 10 executives in the sector surveyed in the report said their company fell victim to...read more
Architecture firms close 2016 with the strongest performance of the year.
A survey, conducted in October by The Harris Poll on behalf of AIA, asked 2,108 U.S. adults if th...read more
The boost in firm leader optimism extends across almost the entire engineering marketplace.
Many construction firms have reported that they remain busy but have become concerned that work c...read more
“The U.S. economy continues to expand amid a weak global economy and, despite risks to the constr...read more
Nonresidential spending is now 2.6 percent higher than at the same time one year ago.
Overall nonresidential construction spending in September totaled $690.5 billion, down a slight 0...read more
It’s all about technology and convenience when it comes to the things millennial renters value mo...read more
A national survey finds strong support for essential community buildings.
ABC releases state rankings on policies affecting construction industry.
Decline in new design contracts suggests volatility in design activity to persist.
Austin was followed on the list by Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas and Portland, Ore.
A survey of more than 8,600 architects reveals a perception gap between men and women about their career development and advancement opportunities. Image: Pixabay
Female architects still feel disadvantaged when it comes to career advancement.
The government revised the August nonresidential construction spending estimate from $686.6 billi...read more
Among the spotlight projects used as case studies for this white paper are C.C. Young, Dallas, Te...read more
The acceleration in real GDP growth was driven by a combination of factors, including an upturn i...read more
Rider Levett Bucknall’s Third Quarter 2016 USA Construction Cost Report puts the complete spectru...read more
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“Although coworking space makes up less than one percent of the world’s office space, it represen...read more
Dodge Outlook Report predicts moderate growth for most project types – single family housing, com...read more
Delta offers a close look at specific activities and behaviors that can help healthcare...read more
The survey’s findings, combined with input from the EDRA conference, informed the content produce...read more
Growing profitability at architecture firms has led to reinvestment and expansion
Public sector spending is declining faster than the private sector.
Climate change, resilience and wellness are also growing concerns.