Made Here, Built Here: The Infrastructure of Community

by Barry Zekelman on May 28, 2021

We now understand better than ever how important we all are to one another. We need community. We need the crowd at the ballpark, the congregation in the place of worship, the shoppers in malls, the audiences in the movie theaters and concert halls, the kids in the parks, the full restaurants and all the people we collaborate with at...

Women In The Industry – Jacqueline Cason

by Abbie Milligan on September 25, 2019

There are many fields and industries that have stereotypically been considered a “man’s job”. Women are breaking that mold and setting a new standards. Several women have paved the way and are continuing to encourage women to follow suit. The opportunities are endless when women enter fields that have previously been closed off. We had the...

Women In The Industry – Angela Miu

by Abbie Milligan on August 14, 2019

The steel industry has been a male-dominated industry for years and continues to be one in certain sectors, even today. The business is poised for a change, as more women begin to enter this and other fields of work that were previously closed off. Several women have paved the way, others are continuing to follow suit, including Angela Miu. Angela...

August ABI Shows Slight Decrease in Design Services

by Jelani Rucker on September 23, 2015

According to a press release from the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the Architecture Billings Index (ABI) for August showed a slowing in design services. The 49.1 score illustrated a decline after three consecutive months of positive scores (scores above 50). July’s ABI score was 54.7. A leadi...