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Charitable planning: A primer

Now that we approach the fourth quarter of the year, many architectural firm owners and managers are looking for ways to reduce their 2014 income taxes. One such way to reduce income taxes, as well as other taxes, is to make charitable gifts. Proper planning goes beyond...

source: By David B. Mandell, JD, MBA, and Carole Foos, CPA
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As BIM continues to emerge rapidly as a paradigm-changing technology and green building remains a key buzzword within the construction industry, developers are exploring new ways to use advanced modelling software to facilitate the design and incorporation of efficiency...

source: Sourceable

Demand for architectural services remained strong across the country in August, according to the latest Architecture Billings Index from the American Institute of Architects. And that strong showing indicates that a boost in construction activity is likely on its way.

source: Louisville Business First

Though modernism was developed in the 1920s, and was popular among many architects by the time the 1930s arrived, in many places it took years for the style to gain favor among clients. In the U.S., people often point to the 1922 Chicago Tribune Tower Competition as a turning...

source: ArchDaily

If you live in or plan to visit New York City during the month of October, we suggest you set aside some time to participate in one of Archtober's many events. What is Archtober? Archtober is New York's official Architecture and Design Month. Hosted by the Center for Architecture...

source: ArchDaily

Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation, general contractor Stalco Construction and architect Architecture Research Office have begun a renovation and conversion of a former New York City Department of Environmental Protection maintenance...

source: Total Landscape Care

Buildings are essential components of our cities and our economic vitality. But for all buildings contribute, they also demand and waste tremendous amounts of energy. In the U.S. alone, buildings consume 70 percent of all electricity, up to 50 percent of which is wasted....

source: Governing Magazine

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