Architecture Billings See Record Decline in March
April 24, 2020
Pandemic Continues to Create Uncertainty Going Forward
The Architecture Billings Index score for March was 33.3, dropping a dramatic 20.1 points from the February score of 53.4.
“Though most architecture firms have made quick transitions to remote operations, the complete shutdown of business activity is severely impacting architects,” said AIA Chief Economist Kermit Baker, PhD, Hon. AIA.
The project inquiries index fell from 56.5 to 23.8. The design contracts index dropped from 52.0 to 27.1.
Baker added, “The dramatic pullback in new and ongoing design projects reflects just how quickly and fundamentally business conditions have changed across the country and around the world in the last month as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.”
Stanford EVGR – Update
April 20, 2020
“A Graduate-Level Course In Collaboration”
Graham has a new case study showcasing our work on Stanford University’s Escondido Village Graduate Residences (EVGR). The EVGR project was the first to include Graham’s GT6 Window System, which was designed in-part to meet …
Dodge Momentum Index Down Slightly In March
April 17, 2020
Construction Planning Pulls Back in March
The Dodge Momentum Index dropped by only 0.6% in March, scoring 146.5. This was slightly down from the revised February score of 147.4.
Both the commercial and institutional components were down by 0.8% and …
AIA Accredited Continuing Education Courses
April 16, 2020
Virtual Lunch and Learn – AIA Continuing Education Courses
Graham Architectural Products offers a number of AIA continuing education courses. We realize many of our colleagues are currently working remotely and wanted to make it easier for them to keep …