Todd Walker

Posted on
When dealing with clients and banks, architects need to be smart about what's normally routine paperwork When dealing with clients and banks, architects need to be smart about what's normally routine paperwork

How architects are navigating today's precipitous lending landscape. More

Posted on
right-sizing your price right-sizing your price

To sustain their businesses during the economic recovery, some firms are getting creative with their pricing. More

Posted on
Cool Products Come Out to Play at AIA Convention

Fewer attend annual gathering in Miami, but products displayed offered inspiration and solutions for residential and commercial projects alike. More

Posted on
archimania

When Todd Walker, AIA, founded Archimania with Jeff Blackledge, AIA, in 1995, they were strapped for cash. So their build-out in an industrial building in downtown Memphis, Tenn., tapped into their still-successful formula of doing much more with considerably less. More

Posted on
upward mobility upward mobility

The Washington, D.C.-based Gypsum Association estimates that at least 90 percent of all new and remodeled homes are constructed with gypsum interior walls. Considering the material's design versatility, easy installation, and relatively low cost, it's not More

RSS
Close X