3 trends impacting construction’s labor outlook in 2022

As federal infrastructure spending increases demand, contractors will still have to wade through confusing and ever-changing vaccine mandates.

Published Jan. 6, 2022
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Adeline Kon/Construction Dive
By Anaya Iglesias
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Next Progressives: Office of Things

Next Progressives: Office of Things
Based in New York, Chicago, and Charlottesville, Va., the firm aims to navigate architecture’s complexities” to unearth specific clarity within the noise.”

Derived from The Journal …
By Anaya Iglesias
Anaya Iglesias
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As Miami Keeps Building, Rising Seas Deepen Its Social Divide

Ignoring sea level rise and intensifying flooding, Miami has continued to build luxury real estate near the water at a rapid pace. But as developers eye higher ground, communities of color will likely bear the heaviest burden from the changes …

By Logan Caswell
Logan Caswell
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What Makes Architecture Excellent Today?

By: Terri Peters, Author for Architect Magazine
Retrieved from: Architect Magazine

September 14, 2021

ARCHITECTURE AND COMMUNITY
What Makes Architecture Excellent Today?
Read why prioritizing people, place, and purpose are considered desirable qualities for projects of all scales, typologies, and …
By Alicia Rodriguez
Alicia Rodriguez Executive Director, Employer Engagement
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The 9 Best Free Portfolio Websites for Creating an Impressive Digital Portfolio

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Written by Caroline Forsey

Whether you’re a UX designer, freelance writer, or photographer, an impressive online portfolio is critical for impressing potential clients, and landing …

By Keashla Marengo
Keashla Marengo
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Archinect Survey Results: Did the Architecture Community Return to the Office this Summer?

By: Alexander Walter, Archinect Editorial & Production Manager
Retrieved from: Archinect Survey Results: Did the Architecture Community Return to the Office this Summer?

The office of New York-based design practice Michael K Chen Architecture. Read our Studio Snapshot interview with …
By Alicia Rodriguez
Alicia Rodriguez Executive Director, Employer Engagement
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Architecture Career Guide: How to Market Yourself as a Freelance Architect

Architecture Career Guide: How to Market Yourself as a Freelance Architect

By: Emma Walshaw, First In Architecture
Retrieved from: Architecture Career Guide: How to Market Yourself as a Freelance Architect

Do you want to be able to market yourself as …
By Alicia Rodriguez
Alicia Rodriguez Executive Director, Employer Engagement
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Young Architect Guide: 21 Essential Tips for Emerging Architecture Professionals

Young Architect Guide: 21 Essential Tips for Emerging Architecture Professionals
By: Samantha Raburn, The Aspiring Architect
Retrieved from: Architizer, Young Architect Guide: 21 Essential Tips for Emerging Architecture Professionals

It is a scary thing to go from architecture school into …

By Alicia Rodriguez
Alicia Rodriguez Executive Director, Employer Engagement
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Which Professional Certifications Will Help You Earn the Big Bucks in 2021?

Take the right career step forward by investing in academic essentials – get your success ‘certified’

Learning never stops, be it for a student, a fresher, or a seasoned professional. People of all ages are eager to enrol for a certification …

By Isabella Ava
Isabella Ava
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Pride WIELD Event

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Source: World Architect Community

The AIA|DC Equity Committee by WIELD is hosting its first Pride month event on Tues June 22nd from 4:00pm – 6:00pm. The organizers are honored to celebrate the diverse stories of their …

By Alicia Rodriguez
Alicia Rodriguez Executive Director, Employer Engagement
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