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Architecture Billings Hit Highest Level Since 2007
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Architecture Billings Hit Highest Level Since 2007

The AIA's December report marks a strong end for 2016, with three consecutive... More

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Architecture Billings Growth Hangs on in November
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Architecture Billings Growth Hangs on in November

Today's report from the AIA shows that the market for architecture and design... More

ADP: 216K Jobs Added in November
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ADP: 216K Jobs Added in November

According to the team of ADP and Moody's Analytics, construction saw a bump of... More

BLS: U.S. Adds 178K Jobs in November
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BLS: U.S. Adds 178K Jobs in November

Construction employment continued to grow, while payrolls of manufacturing and... More

PolyThread Textile Pavilion: Illumination Through Absorption
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PolyThread Textile Pavilion: Illumination Through Absorption

The temporary structure is part of the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum's... More

NEMA’s Electroindustry Businesss Conditions Index Falls Back in February
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NEMA’s Electroindustry Businesss Conditions Index Falls Back in February

More panelists reported an erosion in business than did an improvement, following... More

2016 Next Generation Luminaires Outdoor Design Competition is Underway
2015 Lighting for Tomorrow Competition Winners Named
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2015 Lighting for Tomorrow Competition Winners Named

This year's program focused on LED and OLED fixtures as well as luminaires that... More

IALD Launches New Website
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IALD Launches New Website

The site features easier navigation for information access. More

Lightfair Announces 2016 Call for Speakers
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Lightfair Announces 2016 Call for Speakers

Deadline is Sept. 14, 2015, for education content proposals for the 2016 Conference. More

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