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Demand for architect services fell in May

Following its first drop in five months in April, the Architecture Billings Index, a leading economic indicator of future construction activity, showed a significant decrease in May, according to the American Institute of Architects. The index...

Demand for architect services fell in May
Architecture billings remain on solid ground

Architecture billings remain on solid ground

After struggling for most of 2011, the Architecture Billings Index, a leading economic indicator of future construction activity, has...

Architecture billings remain on solid ground
U.S. demand for architecture services drops

U.S. demand for architecture services drops

Following the first positive score in four months in August, the Architecture Billings Index, a leading indicator of nationwide construction activity, took another tumble in September, according to the most recent data from the...

U.S. demand for architecture services drops
Architects not seeing work, despite funding

Architects not seeing work, despite funding

A small increase in construction spending might be on the horizon, as the American Institute of Architects’ Billings Index climbed approximately two points in February, after declining three points a month earlier. The score...

Architects not seeing work, despite funding
Three questions for Kelly Kennedy Mack

Three questions for Kelly Kennedy Mack

Kelly Mack, 36, is president of Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group. Specializing in the planning, design, marketing, and sales of luxury residential developments, the company has generated over $9 billion in sales since she became...

Three questions for Kelly Kennedy Mack
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Architects grapple with less work

Architects had even less work to do in January, according to the American Institute of Architects, whose Architecture Billings Index dropped three points during the month to 42.5, down from 45.4 in December. The...

Architects grapple with less work
Architects adapt, cut back

Architects adapt, cut back

If South Florida’s real estate agents think they’ve got it tough, they should walk a mile in an architect’s shoes.  The American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Architecture Billing Index stayed below 50 for the...

Architects adapt, cut back
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