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3 Things to Look for at Construct 2019

Washington D.C. may have a reputation as a place where nothing actionable gets done, but that will not be the case from October 9-11. Construct Show 2019 will bring professionals from all aspects of the architecture and design industries together. Engineers, project managers, contractors and more will convene at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center Read more

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3 Things to Look for at Construct 2019
Washington D.C. may have a reputation as a place where nothing actionable gets done, but that will not be the case from October 9-11. Construct Show 2019 will bring professionals from all aspects Read more
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What Does the Last Year of Apartment Construction Tell Us About the Future?
For the first time since 2015 there will be fewer than 300,000 new apartment units completed this year. However, the 299,442 units forecast by Yardi Matrix market data does present positive news Read more
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What to Look For at MetroCon 2019 According to Keynote Speaker Paul Doherty
There is a workplace transformation happening across the United States today. Offices continue to change, and architects and designers play a key role in the future functionality of businesses Read more
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What Architecture Firms Are Looking For in Young Employees
Millions of careers will start in the United States this summer. With one of the tightest labor markets in history though, it can be tough just to get a foot in the door with attractive Read more
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What Does the Federal Reserve Rate Cut Mean for Builders?
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday cut interest rates for the first time since 2008. The quarter-percentage point reduction comes at a time of global economic slowdown and uncertainty in trade Read more
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Spice Up Your Kitchen With These Kitchen Island Trends
The kitchen is where food and memories are made. Having extra counter space is always a plus, which is why so many kitchens feature an island. If you’ve been dreaming of Read more

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3 Things to Look for at Construct 2019
October 4, 2019
Washington D.C. may have a reputation as a place where nothing actionable gets done, but that will not be the case from October 9-11. Construct Show 2019 will bring professionals from all aspects of the architecture and design industries together. Engineers, project managers, contractors and more will convene at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center Read more
What Does the Last Year of Apartment Construction Tell Us About the Future?
August 26, 2019
For the first time since 2015 there will be fewer than 300,000 new apartment units completed this year. However, the 299,442 units forecast by Yardi Matrix market data does present positive news for the industry. Demand continues to grow but firms have run into a challenge of high construction costs and a labor shortage, both of which have hindered Read more
What to Look For at MetroCon 2019 According to Keynote Speaker Paul Doherty
August 5, 2019
There is a workplace transformation happening across the United States today. Offices continue to change, and architects and designers play a key role in the future functionality of businesses across industries. The professionals responsible for implementing these changes will meet in Dallas, Texas Aug. 8-9 for MetroCon 2019. Keynote speaker Paul Doherty, CEO Read more
What Architecture Firms Are Looking For in Young Employees
August 1, 2019
Millions of careers will start in the United States this summer. With one of the tightest labor markets in history though, it can be tough just to get a foot in the door with attractive companies. The AEC industry is no different. With the economy doing well, opportunities are everywhere, but so is the competition. “It’s a great time actually to come out of Read more
What Does the Federal Reserve Rate Cut Mean for Builders?
July 31, 2019
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday cut interest rates for the first time since 2008. The quarter-percentage point reduction comes at a time of global economic slowdown and uncertainty in trade relations between the U.S. and its partners. However, in a press release, the central bank stated that the “labor market remains strong and that economic activity has been Read more
Spice Up Your Kitchen With These Kitchen Island Trends
July 19, 2019
The kitchen is where food and memories are made. Having extra counter space is always a plus, which is why so many kitchens feature an island. If you’ve been dreaming of escalating the look and practicality of your kitchen with an island, you don’t want to miss out on these trending kitchen island ideas. How Will You Use Your Kitchen Read more
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Assessing the State of Architecture with Carlo Ratti
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The world of architecture and design is faster moving and more connected than ever before. The exchange of trends and ideas can be shared across the globe in a matter of seconds. This brings with it excitement, but also uncertainty about the future. To understand where the industry is heading, and what is driving these changes, MarketScale turned to Founding Read more