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The International Green Construction Code Promises to Change the Way We Build The International Green Construction Code Promises to Change the Way We Build

A new green code is working its way through the approval process. Now is the time for architects to get involved. Read more

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how to find cash back for building green

NAHB Green Building Conference Coverage: Former builder Pieter VanderWerf told attendees thousands of free dollars are available to builders of eco-friendly homes. Read more

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searching for a safety net searching for a safety net

Throughout the recent economic downturn, residential construction has been a bright spot, a boom that overshot all predictions. As low interest rates fueled the speculative housing market, condominium projects have dominated the construction scene in thriving metropolitan areas. Read more

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r is for architect

Heidi Machul, an architecture intern who graduated from Ball State University four years ago, has her eye on the prize—a professional license. Most people in her position are still racking up internship hours. But by industry standards she's ahead of schedule, having already taken and passed three parts of the Architect Registration Exam (ARE). For her, getting registered is the light at the end of the tunnel. Read more

Tags: Architects, Design, Internship, Insurance, American Institute of Architects
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breaking the circle

With partner-level turnover increasingly common, smart firms have devised exit agreements that make things easier for everyone. Read more

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Full Circle

Architect Barry Berkus once helmed the largest production housing firm in the country, but now he's turing back to his first love: design. Read more

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