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March 24, 2017
Grassroots 2017
In an uncertain legislative, economic, and political landscape, AIA leadership used the main stage at Grassroots 2017 to emphasize the need for architects to step up and further reinforce the profession's relevance.
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Firm Benchmarking Tool
Prosperity is something all firms strive for, though it's not always easy to tell how your firm matches up to the rest. To help firms gauge their place in the profession, AIA now offers the chance to compare data with 2,300 other firms nationwide via its Firm Benchmarking Tool.
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Home Design Trends Survey
The AIA Home Design Trends Survey for Q4 of 2016 is now available; this interactive report identifies emerging trends in kitchen and bath design, along with residential business conditions.
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Help promote the value of residential architecture
Principals, partners, and other leaders of firms with a residential specialization are invited to join the AIA’s Home Design Trends Survey panel and share their knowledge.
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Featured Stories
Intern titling
A new position statement from AIA seeks to move beyond the outdated use of "intern" and add the Institute's voice to an ongoing conversation that impacts all future architects.
Disaster Assistance Handbook
Created for architects, component staff, engineers, and municipal governments, the latest edition of the Disaster Assistance Handbook serves to aid anyone ready to brace for, and help after, a disaster.
AIA Year in Review: 2016
In 2016, AIA reinforced its core values while helping to build communities, champion the profession, and develop talent for the next generation. The stories in this Year in Review illustrate AIA's successes over the last calendar year.
The second month of 2017 saw an increase in firm billings, as inquiries into new projects remained strong and the largest share of firms in more than two years reported an uptick in the value of new design contracts.
ADFF at A'17
Build America Summit
This four-minute recap shares some of the major highlights from AIA's first-ever Build America Summit, including insight from keynote speakers Mitch Landrieu, the mayor of New Orleans, and developer/author Jonathan Rose.
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