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Homes sales, aging propel remodeling industry

Rising home prices and sales of existing homes have boosted recent remodeling activity, while major life-stage events for the nation's two largest demographic cohorts will continue to drive demand in the next decade. Those are the findings of two recent analyses by the...

source: By Michael J. Berens
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Are you a new architect who is ready to renew your license for the first time? Or you are an experienced professional who could use a refresher on the process. Join us on June 9th for a live demonstration of the Pennsylvania Licensing System (PALS)** hosted by the Department...

source: AIAPA

Join us in partnership with the American Subcontractors Association (ASA) of Central Pennsylvania, and the Pennsylvania Builders Exchange (PBX) for a timely session all about the ABI. The AIA’s Architecture Billings Index...

source: AIAPA

Employers have navigated countless adjustments in the workplace over the last year. A lot has changed since March 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic has brought new questions and considerations to the table, especially as employees return to the office. Join us on May 11th with...

source: AIAPA

Drop by the virtual offices of AIA Pennsylvania’s in-house lobbyists between 12 noon and 1 p.m. this Friday, May 7, to ask any questions about the advocacy work on the boards, voice your concerns on any rules, regulations, or intrusions that are holding you back from...

source: AIAPA

Polish-American architect, artist, and educator Daniel Libeskind and his eponymous New York-based studio have been selected by Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life/Or L’Simcha Congregation to lead an expansive redesign of its synagogue...

source: The Architect's Newspaper

B. Frank Schlesinger, an award-winning architect whose work helped begin the revival of Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington and included dozens of commercial and residential buildings, died March 4 at a hospice center in Arlington, Virginia. He was 95.

source: The Washington Post

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